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Song Released: 2009


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You could have knocked me out with a feather.
I know you've heard this all before, but we're just Hell's neighbors.
Why, why, why won't the world revolve around me?
Build my dreams, trees grow all over the streets.

But I don't know much...

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    Elanaa666
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    Apr 26th, 2014 4:19pm report


    I believe that this is not only about what Hollywood does to people, but i think its also about the mental and physical corruption that America has inflicted on society.

    "You could have knocked me out with a feather.
    I know you've heard this all before, but we're just Hell's neighbors.
    Why, why, why won't the world revolve around me?
    Build my dreams, trees grow all over the streets"
    The line "we're just hells neighbors" is stating that this lifestyle is wrong, and if everyone continues living this way its going to eventually feel like they're living in hell. The line why wont the world revolve around me is about the selfishness and self-absorbed attitudes of a lot of people.

    "Well i don't know much about classic cars
    But i've got a lot of friends stuck on classic coke
    Down, set, one
    Hut, hut, hike
    Media blitz"

    I believe that this line is paying respect to the lost values of old school America. Back then, everyone cared a lot about classic cars and now nobody could really care less. Now the next line can either be one of two things. It could be talking about coca cola, and how in modern days the majority of old america lifestyle is gone, except for some such as coca cola, which is an unhealthy and health-deteriorating part of society. This could also be about cocaine, which was a big thing in the 80s and could be portraying that the good old school america is gone, but the problems that rose at that time are still evident. The next part is another respect to old america. Football used to be a national pastime and people used to watch the Super Bowl solely for the sport, but now the sport is somewhat watered down by the media, and people are watching Super Bowls for the commercials.

    I believe the chorus is just a reflection upon society and the corruption of it. Yes it sucks and its bad, but at the end of the day its their home and they love it and wouldn't change it. This could also be meaning that yes, the corruption sucks but we don't do anything to try and stop it so we might as well just live in it.

    That's about it!



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    anonymous
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    Aug 15th, 2011 8:49pm report


    I agree that this song is about Stars in Hollywood, and how they obsess over fame and fortune.

    I believe the first verse refers to how scandals never seem to shock anyone anymore, and how when they do, they never seem to last.

    The line "down, set , one, hut hut hike, media blitz" may refer to the amount of scandals that include Football Players of the NFL.

    I think the line "I'm in love with my own sins" is actually a quote, with the star saying "'I'm in love with my own sins'" due to the fact, that most famous people have some type of scandal in their career that they do NOT regret.

    The next lines "You can bow and pretend that you don't , don't, know you're a legend" May mean that you can "put on a show" and lie, and pretend that you think nothing bad happened, but you become a "legend" for all of the wrong reasons, because every household knows your name.

    And the lines "time , time , time hasn't told anyone else yet. Let my love loose again" in my opinion, means that it won't be long until the scandalist goes back and repeats what they did wrong, due to their love of the sin.

    These are just my thoughts.

    Thanks.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 25th, 2011 4:46am report


    Ok I think the song is just about how Hollywood changes you and can make even the most innocent person turn into a cocaine addicted attention hogging sex addicted bitch which leads me to the next part the title it's suitehearts not sweethearts b/c sweethearts is referring to normally young love while suitehearts as in a hotel sweet means they are lovers and the attraction is purley physical which is the heavily sex-based life in Hollywood



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    anonymous
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    Feb 5th, 2011 2:25pm report


    This song is about how magazines expel everything to everybody."Time hasn't told anyone else yet" is saying that they are the first to tell anybody. If you watch the video it shows the press for the magazine, America's Suitehearts always taking photos of embarrasing moments for people. When he says hes in love with his own sins it means he does bad things to read about himself in this magazine.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 21st, 2010 12:35am report


    This song is pretty much about fame, except for the line 'Let my Love Loose Again.' Not sure what that means.



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    hateistheq
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    Sep 19th, 2010 9:43pm report


    I think this song is about Hollywood and how people just change when your famous.
    Like, take a look at the video; you see there's a portal through the TV called Normal land )probably reality TV stars, such as the idiots on Jersey Shore)
    And how they want to be low key at first and then they become extravagant stars




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