2. Broken Glass
4. Want to Know
5. Someone to Blame
7. Who Could See
8. Inside of You
9. The Day we All Fell Down
Someone to Blame
come to see the plan its never enough give your gift but still its never correct step up to the front you can sell your soul but the crowd won't listen can't feel at all are you there to comfort me or are you there to cover me with shame THERE'S GOT TO BE SOMEONE TO BLAME GOT TO GIVE IT A NAME WE'RE ALL THE SAME why can't someone FEEL the same? competition's on odds against me but it doesn't matter what i have felt its all developed from what shaped me and we'll never agree can't you tell? do you plan to listen to me or do you plan to bend the words that i'm saying? memory slips down a lonely road and time is looking for a cause all i need is just a hand to hold but i know puppets can't be blamed and the strings themselves are ingrained
Someone to blame is just that: wishing for someone to blame. But in the end you see that we are all taught how we should act. Just like it was acceptable and EXPECTED for the Aztecs to make human sacrifices, so are there EXPECTATIONS in other cultures. Thus, our actions are dictated, much like a puppet's. Individual feeling is often irrelevant. Some few dare to challenge that rule. And some percentage of the time, they probably should. The very first band that was called Polly PUt the Kettle On and played live used to play this song. It was as weird then as it is now, but people seemed to like it. We used to play it alongside many of the songs that were released on blue, but it was more complex and I didn't tackle recording it until Contagion.
Everything written and performed by JC Simonsen.
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