Fall Out Boy Songs for the Signs

ARIES: Tell That Mick He Just Made My List Of Things To Do Today // Breaking hearts has never looked so cool, as when you wrap your car around a tree, your makeup looks so great next to his teeth

TAURUS: Centuries // Until you die for me, as long as there’s a light, my shadow’s over you, cause I am the opposite of amnesia, and you’re a cherry blossom, you’re about to bloom, you look so pretty, but you’re gone so soon

GEMINI: Miss Missing You // I will sing to you every day, if it will take away the pain, oh and I’ve heard you got it, got it so bad, cause I am the best you’ll never have

CANCER: Young and Menance // Oops I, did it again, I forgot what I was losing my mind about, oh, I only wrote this down to make you press rewind, and send a message: I was young and a menace

LEO: Bang the Doldrums // And I cast a spell over the west to make you think of me, the same way I think of you, this is a love song in my own way, happily ever after below the waist

VIRGO: Fame < Infamy // I am God’s gift but why would he bless me with, such wit without a conscience equipped, I’m addicted to the way I feel when I think of you, whoa, “There’s too much green to feel blue”

LIBRA: I’m Like a Lawyer with the Way I’m Always Trying to Get You Off (Me & You) // We’re the new face of failure, prettier and younger but not any better off, bulletproof loneliness at best, at best

SCORPIO: I’ve Got a Dark Alley and a Bad Idea That Says You Should Shut Your Mouth (Summer Song) // We’re the kids who feel like dead ends, and I want to be known for my hits, not just my misses, I took a shot and didn’t even come close, at trust and love and hope, and the poets are just kids who didn’t make it, and never had it at all

SAGITTARIUS: Death Valley // Cause we are alive, here in death valley, but don’t take love off the table yet, cause tonight it’s just fire alarms and losing you, we love a lot so we only lose a little

CAPRICORN: Tiffany Blews // Oh baby, you’re a classic, like a little black dress, you’re a faded moon, stuck on a little hot mess 

AQUARIUS: Hum Hallelujah // I thought I loved you, it was just how you looked in the light, a teenage vow in a parking lot, ‘til tonight do us part, I sing the blues and swallow them too

PISCES: Golden // Tongues on the sockets of electric dreams, where the sewage of youth drowned the spark of my teens, and I knew that the lights of the city were too heavy for me

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I saw Andy Mientus as Schmackary's and he threw a cookie at me and told me Evita is his favorite musical

mientus the menance thinks he’s got a shot at the wicked movie

“A streak of green fire blasted out of the back of the shed, passed a foot over the heads of the mob, and burned a charred rosette in the woodwork over the door.

Then came a voice that was a honeyed purr of sheer deadly menance.

“This is Lord Mountjoy Quickfang Winterforth IV, the hottest dragon in the city. It could burn your head clean off.”

Captain Vimes limped forward from the shadows. A small and extremely frightened golden dragon was clamped firmly under one arm. His other hand held it by the tail. The rioters watched it, hypnotized.

“Now I know what you’re thinking,” Vimes went on, softly. “You’re wondering, after all this excitement, has it got enough flame left? And, y'know, I ain’t so sure myself…”

He leaned forward, sighting between the dragon’s ears, and his voice buzzed like a knife blade: “What you’ve got to ask yourself is: Am I feeling lucky?”

—  “Guards! Guards” Terry Pratchett
One Faithful Harp - Snippet: Echoes of Naboo

Bryne Covenant marvels at the beauty of Naboo’s capital city as he and the Dragon, as well as their once and future ally walk down the streets. In all of his travels as a Jedi, he had never been here. He had heard the stories of the importance of this small, peaceful world on the galaxy.

He had been a twelve-year Initiate when Naboo had been invaded by the Trade Federation. He remembers hearing the stories of the exploits of a small band of Jedi, Naboo humans, and Gungans who had fought the machinations of the Nemoidians and their battle droids. He had mourned the loss of Master Qui-gon Jinn at the hands of the Sith. He had marveled at the story of the battle that had ensured that the Sith would remain dormant. A battle that had raised future master Obi-wan Kenobi to knighthood. He remembers the one time that he had fought with Kenobi, his former padawan Skywalker, and his snarky new padawan - Covenant’s hunt-sister. A battle for a world that had resulted in his own knighthood.

His smile broadens into a grin as he remembers a contest between he and Kenobi. A contest of snark and sass.

A contest that the fourteen-year-old padawan had been the acknowledged winner.

Draq’ and Hana look at each other as they see the play of emotions over his face as they walk. Hana herself is remembering that same invasion as a young child. Of being herded into ‘relocation’ camps with her parents.

Of the joy when the security volunteers and the Jedi had broken the blockade. Joy tempered by grief as her beloved father dies of his wounds. Wounds incurred fighting to defend them when the droids had come for them.

Hana and her other father had survived. She had her first inkling of a desire for service during that battle and the parade afterwards. An inkling born as she watched the young Queen and the Gungan Boss standing there reviewing the parade.