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17th Jun '16 12:37:26 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* From Music/{{Cormorant}}'s song "Junta":
-->His daughter bound in an army base
-->[[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil used by soldiers in turn]],
-->till a rapist discerned her familiar face
-->and, shamed, set her free.
7th Jun '16 10:43:30 PM gewunomox
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* "Neon Orange Glimmer Song [We'll Meet on the Street Tomorrow.]" by TheMountainGoats features a narrator who describes himself as a monster for something he has done.

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* "Neon Orange Glimmer Song [We'll Meet on the Street Tomorrow.]" by TheMountainGoats Music/TheMountainGoats features a narrator who describes himself as a monster for something he has done.



* In "White Pearl, Black Oceans..." by SonataArctica, the lighthouse-keeper has this reaction when he realizes shirking his duties for one night on New Year's Eve resulted in the ''White Pearl'' being destroyed due to crashing into the very rocks his lighthouse is there to warn against. He ends up [[DrivenToSuicide leaping off the lighthouse, dashing himself on those same rocks.]]

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* In "White Pearl, Black Oceans..." by SonataArctica, Music/SonataArctica, the lighthouse-keeper has this reaction when he realizes shirking his duties for one night on New Year's Eve resulted in the ''White Pearl'' being destroyed due to crashing into the very rocks his lighthouse is there to warn against. He ends up [[DrivenToSuicide leaping off the lighthouse, dashing himself on those same rocks.]]
25th May '16 7:07:39 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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* Similar to the "Handlebars" mention above: [[TearJerker Zero Sum]], the final song on NineInchNails' album "Year Zero" is basically one last humble apology from ''humanity'' to everyone who was hurt by the dystopian government that was allowed to come into power in the first place. All while the world quietly ends in the background.

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* Similar to the "Handlebars" mention above: [[TearJerker Zero Sum]], the final song on NineInchNails' Music/NineInchNails' album "Year Zero" is basically one last humble apology from ''humanity'' to everyone who was hurt by the dystopian government that was allowed to come into power in the first place. All while the world quietly ends in the background.
6th May '16 8:48:14 PM bt8257
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* "[[Music/RemainInLight Once in a Lifetime]]" by Music/TalkingHeads is the {{trope namer|s}}.



* "Once In A Lifetime" by Music/TalkingHeads is the {{trope namer|s}}.
8th Mar '16 5:03:59 AM Adept
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* Forgive Durden's musical, ''RaziasShadow'' uses this trope in a near-verbatim manner at the conclusion of "Toba the Tura," when [[spoiler:Ahrima comes to grips with his sin of destroying the lamps]].

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* Forgive Durden's musical, ''RaziasShadow'' ''Music/RaziasShadow'' uses this trope in a near-verbatim manner at the conclusion of "Toba the Tura," when [[spoiler:Ahrima comes to grips with his sin of destroying the lamps]].



** Also in ''RaziasShadow'', Pallis' reaction to [[spoiler:stabbing Adakias, thus causing his brother's death. While having been aware of what he intended to do, his reaction is full of regret; "Brother, what have I done? My blade has pierced your side. This was never my intent, oh god, please stay alive!"]] And then [[spoiler:"Please don't let your tired heart stop beating. You're bleeding. Just keep breathing!"]]

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** Also in ''RaziasShadow'', ''Razias Shadow'', Pallis' reaction to [[spoiler:stabbing Adakias, thus causing his brother's death. While having been aware of what he intended to do, his reaction is full of regret; "Brother, what have I done? My blade has pierced your side. This was never my intent, oh god, please stay alive!"]] And then [[spoiler:"Please don't let your tired heart stop beating. You're bleeding. Just keep breathing!"]]
6th Dec '15 11:27:07 PM Qaianna
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** 'Dreaming While You Sleep' carries heavy undertones of this, as the protagonist hits a pedestrian with his car ... and drives off, hoping 'the miles between would somehow put it right'.
5th Aug '15 5:46:09 PM bt8257
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* "Once In A Lifetime" by Music/TalkingHeads quotes the trope-naming phrase verbatim.

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* "Once In A Lifetime" by Music/TalkingHeads quotes is the trope-naming phrase verbatim.{{trope namer|s}}.
10th Jul '15 9:41:35 AM Willbyr
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* On their first live album, FiveIronFrenzy prefaces a hidden track of HilariousOuttakes with an introduction from the singer, containing the line:

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* On their first live album, FiveIronFrenzy Music/FiveIronFrenzy prefaces a hidden track of HilariousOuttakes with an introduction from the singer, containing the line:



* Iron Maiden's "Killers" contains the line "Oh god help me what have I done?". As the song points out "his blood lust defies all his needs", meaning that killing people is what turns him on. Even though he regrets it, he can't stop doing it.

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* Iron Maiden's Music/IronMaiden's "Killers" contains the line "Oh god help me what have I done?". As the song points out "his blood lust defies all his needs", meaning that killing people is what turns him on. Even though he regrets it, he can't stop doing it.
30th May '15 5:16:36 AM WillBGood
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* Relient K's "Deathbed" lampshades this. The narrator is on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin his deathbed]] and recounting his life and all the mistakes he made. Including a shot-gun wedding, a love-less marriage that ended in divorce, a few kids that are implied to not see him much after said divorce, and a drinking problem that nearly kills him at one point. At the end Jesus appears to take the narrator to heaven because he repented heavily in his last few years.

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* Relient K's "Deathbed" lampshades this. The narrator is on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin his deathbed]] and recounting his life and all the mistakes he made. Including made, including a shot-gun shotgun wedding, a love-less loveless marriage that ended in divorce, a few kids that are implied to not see him much after said divorce, and a drinking problem that nearly kills him at one point. At the end Jesus appears to take the narrator to heaven because he repented heavily in his last few years.
5th Feb '15 7:25:28 PM TheGatekeeper
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* The House of Heroes song "Voices" is about a soldier having this kind of realization.
--> ''In the silent hour I can hear them/ Pray to the Mother but the Mother doesn't love my soul/ In the blacked earth lay my secrets/ The hounds of Hell know everything...''
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