Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You. Probably, in my own way this is probably my most intense song. What happened with this song is uh, I was, we went on the ‘Wild Heart Tour’ in like, I guess it was 1984, something like that. Joe Walsh was opening for me and we became friends. And I was very uptight about something that was going on and, I don’t even remember what it was. But Joe felt that is was important in the scheme of our lives to tell me a story that would make me rise above all of it. And so, we were in Denver and he rented a Jeep and he drove me up to Boulder, which is like an hour and a half, and told me this story on the way of a little girl that was killed in an accident in the morning on her way to nursery school. His little girl, in Boulder. And he kinda drove up to this park and I knew something, I knew he was gonna show me something that was gonna freak me out 'cause I was already totally upset by the time we got to Boulder. And we walked across this park and there was this little silver drinking fountain, and it said uh, ”To Emma Kristen, for all those who can’t, or aren’t big enough to get a drink.“ And something about this story touched me so deeply that I went home to me house in Phoenix, I got out of the car, I walked into the front entryway, where my Bosendorfer piano is, I sat down at the piano and I wrote this song. And I wrote it in about five minutes, the whole thing. So that is what this song is about.”

Guys maybe it actually is a baseball themed comeback

So first we see the book with the baseball player right?

The phone case s.coups is holding has a baseball, bat and mitt

Not only does the license plate possible give away comeback date but it also tells us it’s an Illinois license plate. That’s weirdly specific, and it’s a US license plate too for that fact. So I looked up Illinois and…

Illinois hold two major league baseball teams and they have the second-oldest stadium for baseball like is that not enough for you??

I still have one more thing to add if you ain’t convinced


Well this could all just mean the song is about baseball and they lyrics probably have references to baseball, but since that license plate had what might be their comeback date, it’s possible that it refers to their comeback.

But who knows?

We’re just gonna have to sit and wait ;w;

the general stereotype the public has about taylor swift that she writes mean songs about her exes is literally so funny to me because you know more than half of the general population has never heard anything from her besides her singles and most of those! aren’t even mean songs about her exes! in fact! only one lead single she’s ever released (wanegbt) could be considered a “mean” song about an ex and tbh! everything the guy from wanegbt did to her sounded pretty shitty to me! anyway my point is most of these people haven’t actually heard her albums in full and somehow from songs like tim mcgraw, love story, mine, and shake it off, have determined that all taylor swift does is write awful songs about grown ass men who knew who they were dating before they dated her,, those poor rich white men, however will they survive???

ARMY, if any of you believe the haters that BTS would actually write lyrics about sexual harassment in an album called LOVE YOURSELF, you’ve disappointed the boys and the fandom by falling into the anti’s ploy.

Pied Piper is not about sexual harassment, it has nothing to do with sex. You cannot intrepret lyrics one line at a time especially when BTS writes songs with COMPLETE meanings. The song is saying that they’ve stolen us away from our parents and our lives with their music like Pied Piper stole away the plague from the people with his flute.

@Jin: Well~ I hope you can listen to it soon. I bet everyone will be surprised. I think no one can imagine what’s coming. 

It’s not like I’ve been sleeping all these years OK. 

I will make it a passionate and awesome album that can make you laugh till crying/both laugh and cry. 

Let’s speed up the BPM.

@Jin: For the people who read the light novel or the manga, won’t the contents make them go quite “Ah!”, I think? Especially, it seems so for the next “The story of enduring/hiding the Eyes” song.

@Jin: Ahh~ I hope everyone can listen to it soon… 

“The story of having a discerning eye” and “The story seeped into the eyes” are especially in high spirits.

I hope you can look forward to whose song they are.

@Jin: I can’t die until finishing the song of Senpai, so finally, finally…

If I talk too much, you will lose the anticipation I’m afraid.

@Jin: So I can only talk a little like this. 

Never Quite Free
The Mountain Goats
Never Quite Free

the mountain goats - never quite free

It’s so good to learn that from right here the view goes on forever
And you’ll never want for comfort, and you’ll never be alone
See the sunset turning red, let all be quiet in your head
And look about, all the stars are coming out

pretty. odd.: real song titles
  • We're So Starving: we wrote this in 45mins can u tell (also we're definitely not the same band)
  • Nine In The Afternoon: the moon eye song
  • She's A Handsome Woman: gOOOOOOOOOOOOo oooooOOoonnnnn
  • Do You Know What I'm Seeing?: i'm seeing drugs
  • That Green Gentleman: no. things changing isn't ok. fuck you.
  • I Have Friends In Holy Spaces: hEY GUYS LOOK LOOK BRENDON WROTE A SONG
  • Northern Downpour: fucking cry you bithc
  • When The Day Met The Night: let's play "tease the fans"
  • Pas De Cheval: french just sounds that much cooler on a rock song
  • The Piano Knows Something I Don't Know: god bless spencer smith
  • Behind The Sea: Ryan's Song™
  • Folkin' Around: holy shit he wrote 2. two. guys. T W O S O NGS
  • She Had The World: no one knows who this is about. also what does this song fucking mean
  • From A Mountain In The Middle Of The Cabins: ryan & jon taking the "if you're going then go" slightly too literally
  • Mad As Rabbits: gay? gay.
wild world condensed
  • good grief: death and how confusing it is
  • the currents: donald trump sucks and so does the media
  • an act of kindness: regret and self loathing
  • warmth: how to recover from 2016
  • glory: oHMYGOD WHAT IS ThIs bLESSInG
  • power: an abusive relationship??? the media is shit????? who knows not me but i hope no one hurt dan
  • two evils: again, more self loathing but slightly more optimistic self loathing
  • send them off!: religion, demons and jealously?? insecurity??
  • lethargy: anxiety (particularly about dying)
  • four walls: the song about a convicted murderer
  • blame: two gangsters fighting??? thanks dan for this deep meaningful song
  • fake it: idk man i suppose it's about how shit the media is?? (again)
  • snakes: more anxiety, this time about life in 2016 in general
  • winter of our youth: MORE self loathing and nostalgia and anxiety
  • way beyond: the media, if u didn't already know, is SHIT
  • oil on water: sex, but empowering sex. u go girl, u have all the sex
  • campus: don't stay in school kids y'all are wasting your time it's a trap
  • shame: bad blood 2.0, otherwise known as, "u were my best friend and then u changed and ur horrible now" (also, hidden self loathing)
  • the anchor: so yeah conclusion i hate myself but ily

i don’t know about y'all but i feel closer to taylor more than ever this era, like i feel like she only cares about our opinions this era and she is releasing songs that speak so many volumes for her so she doesn’t have to. we understand every single song and she knows we know that and that we are the only source of information that the media has on her. her reputation is literally in our hands this era, she trusts us and she is only giving us information on the meanings behind songs and interacting with us. this era is gonna be something super special to her and us and i am so excited.