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Behind Blue Eyes

An indepth look at the National Party via lyric interpretation. It is amazing how well the words intertwine with this tragic tale.

This post is best viewed while listening to Behind Blue Eyes by The Who. I have written the code of this page so that if you listen to the Limp Bizkit version your built in microphone will detect it and your computer will display  the blue screen of death for ever more.

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  1. Barack "Change" Obama says:

    So awesome it hurts my brain.

  2. Laura McQuillan says:

    This is just plain silly.

  3. Stan Lee says:

    Nice work true believer! You keep writing them, I’ll keep reading them.

    Excelsior!

  4. Michael Oliver says:

    lmao what the fuck

  5. Michael says:

    Woh… that shit is DEEP…

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