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Ok, talk seems pretty slow these days, so let's try this.

What is your 2010 lyrical moment? In other words, your favorite word(s), phrase, chorus from any song in 2010?

 

Parasite City - Seven Years

Lyrical moment: "When they call lights out, it's my visiting hours. She's right next door, tied up, tied up like before."

 

Now Wes knows I would list the whole Seven Years song as my lyrical moment so I'll give a couple runner's up, just for Wes:

 

Hansel - Wild Tonight

Lyrical moment: "It must've felt like a prison break, full moon rising as you busted through the gates"

 

Pussy Sisster - In Your Arms

Lyrical moment: "I wanna wash my head and clean my soul, but I can't find the answer. This life, kills me like cancer."

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Alter Bridge - Wonderful Life

 

(the whole song - almost brought a tear to my eye)

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Well this thread was killed before it ever got started....

 

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Ok, talk seems pretty slow these days, so let's try this.

What is your 2010 lyrical moment? In other words, your favorite word(s), phrase, chorus from any song in 2010?

 

Parasite City - Seven Years

Lyrical moment: "When they call lights out, it's my visiting hours. She's right next door, tied up, tied up like before."

 

Now Wes knows I would list the whole Seven Years song as my lyrical moment so I'll give a couple runner's up, just for Wes:

 

 

Haha yeah I'd figure you'd have the entire song and I wish I had video of you singing it at 1 am drunk out of your mind.

 

 

As for my own best lyrical moment I'd have to do some thinking and come back to this.

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Alter Bridge - Wonderful Life

 

(the whole song - almost brought a tear to my eye)

 

Great choice mate. Personally I like "Ghost of Days Gone By" better but the lyrics to "Wonderful Life" are pretty amazing...

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