Fall Out Boy: Young Volcanoes Meaning
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Song Released: 2013
Young Volcanoes Lyrics
Free of the coliseums
In poison places, we are anti-venom
We're the beginning of the end
Tonight the foxes hunt the hounds
It's all over now before it has begun
We've already won
We are wild, we...
anonymous Oct 10th, 10:25am report
Pete once said that the foxes were a reference to females and the hounds were males.
Young volcanoes are like the younger people, they are unpredictable (Don't know when they are going to 'erupt')
"When Rome's in ruins, we are the lions, free of the coliseums."
In Rome, the people watch lions and man fight just for entertainment, so when Rome fell, the lions were free.
And the title is "Young Volcanoes", and the Roman city Pompeii was ruined by a volcanic eruption.
anonymous Apr 9th, 2015 4:48pm report
How some people just act crazy.
anonymous Mar 9th, 2015 3:30pm report
I think it's really just being able to finally have freedom and just be able to do what you want and explode with emotion. Although, knowing Fall Out But, I'm probably over analyzing and they just wrote this for kicks.
anonymous Aug 13th, 2014 8:38pm report
I think it's about two lovers not caring a shit about what the world's got to say.
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