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Oh Glory (Bonus Track) Lyrics

I can only hope it's true enough
That every little thing I do for love
Redeems me from the moments I deem worthy
Of the worst things that I've done
It saves me from my seldom times of envy
When I'm missing everyone

If I wake in the...

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    anonymous
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    Aug 7th, 8:54am report


    My interpretation of the song is that Glory, to Brendon, is Heaven. Everyone has died or left him, and he's struggling to stay alive and is struggling to want to live, but the only reason he's holding on and not killing himself is that he knows if he lets in and does that, he won't go to heaven.

    He really wants to go to heaven, though, so he's saying he'll take any poison life is giving him, because that'll make him a better person and will raise him higher in the ranks of going to heaven.

    Also, "If I wake in the morning
    I only need two more miracles to be a saint" means that waking up in the morning is the first miracle, and that he's really trying.

    All in all, I feel like he's trying to prove to people, and maybe even God, that no matter what trash life throws him, he's going to go on and keep living so that he can meet Glory in the end, and be reunited with all the people he lost.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 31st, 2015 12:54pm report


    The sole interpretation on here is very off, in my opinion. I believe this to be about Brendon's childhood possibly, in which he's struggling with his faith already and now everyone he knows and loves is dying. It seems like he's saying he'd love to join them, because he'd " take any poison to get there in the end." He wants to go with them, and this is also suggested by the line "If I wake in the morning I'll need two more miracles to be a saint", because to be a saint you must have three miracles. One of the miracles is him making it through the night. It isn't necessarily about Urie, but it's a very personal song so maybe so.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 3rd, 2014 4:49am report


    In my opinion, this song is about Brendon seducing many women and sleeping with them because he's afraid of commitment. For example, " Lately it seems like everybody's sick everybody's dying Build myself a wall of unhappy hearts And only my heart knows my head is lying, lying..." This shows that he's broken many hearts as well as his own. Every time he feels a connection with someone, he runs away because he's afraid. His heart says "she's the one" but his head says "run away, it's not safe". Also, " When I'm looking past the silken sheets Take a breath to notice I'm between Every little piece of thread and memories that constitute your dreams..." This shows that he leaves the women with the lies he put in their heads and left them so intoxicated by his love that they can't think of anyone but him. Just one more " Oh glory, I think I see you round the bend And I think I'd try any pose and get there in the end..." Ahhhh, the chorus. I believe the chorus is about him spotting women and making his way to them to seduce him to "get there in the end" which can possibly mean, in her pants.




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