History TearJerker / NeutralMilkHotel

29th Jul '14 12:40:24 AM Crane
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\n** This is followed by a repetition of "know your enemies," probably a reference to the neighbor that sold out the Frank family to the nazis. It's chilling.

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10th Jul '13 3:45:44 PM jung_muny
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-->I know they buried her body with others

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-->I know they buried her body with othersothers,



-->And will she remember me fifty years later?

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-->And will she remember me fifty years later?later,
10th Jul '13 3:44:56 PM jung_muny
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*"Oh Comely" has this one:
-->I know they buried her body with others
-->Her sister and mother and five-hundred families
-->And will she remember me fifty years later?
-->I wished I could save her in some sort of time machine

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7th Mar '13 7:09:48 PM SeanPeden
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*** The rest of the song is even worse, with the most blunt and forward lyrics of the whole album.
-->And in my dreams you're alive and you're crying,
-->As your mouth moves in mine, soft and sweet,
-->Rings of flowers 'round your eyes and I'll love you,
-->For the rest of your life when you're ready
** And later:
-->And when we break, we'll wait for our miracle,
-->God is a place where some holy spectacle lies
-->When we break, we'll wait for our miracle,
-->God is a place you will wait for the rest of your life
3rd Apr '12 2:10:22 AM movie007
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* ''In The Aeroplane Over the Sea'' is a very emotional album, but it hits you all at once in the last song, "Two-Headed Boy pt. 2". You can practically feel the anguish in Jeff Mangum's voice when he sings it, especially in light of his nervous breakdown he had after completing this album. The last line is, "But don't hate her when she gets up to leave." Then you hear Jeff simply get up, sets his guitar down, and leave. Not very sad in and of itself, but when you realize that it's the last line of the last song on the last album that he recorded with Neutral Milk Hotel -- it can make one feel rather sad.
* ''In The Aeroplane Over The Sea'' is incredibly hard to sit through for some.
* ''On Avery Island'', too. Just listen to "Three Peaches" and tell me you that you didn't die a little inside.

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* ''In The Aeroplane Over the Sea'' is a very emotional album, but and is incredibly hard to sit through for some.
** However,
it hits can hit you all at once in the last song, "Two-Headed Boy pt. 2". You can practically feel the anguish in Jeff Mangum's voice when he sings it, especially in light of his nervous breakdown he had after completing this album. The last line is, "But don't hate her when she gets up to leave." Then you hear Jeff simply get up, sets his guitar down, and leave. Not very sad in and of itself, but when you realize that it's the last line of the last song on the last album that he recorded with Neutral Milk Hotel -- it can make one feel rather sad.
* ''In The Aeroplane Over The Sea'' is incredibly hard to sit through for some.
* ''On Avery Island'', too. too.
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Just listen to "Three Peaches" and tell me you that you didn't die a little inside.
3rd Apr '12 2:09:19 AM movie007
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* "In The Aeroplane Over The Sea" is incredibly hard to sit through for some.
* "On Avery Island", too. Just listen to "Three Peaches" and tell me you that you didn't die a little inside.

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* "In ''In The Aeroplane Over The Sea" Sea'' is incredibly hard to sit through for some.
* "On ''On Avery Island", Island'', too. Just listen to "Three Peaches" and tell me you that you didn't die a little inside.
3rd Apr '12 2:08:16 AM movie007
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* ''In The Aeroplane Over The Sea'' is incredibly hard to sit through for some.
* ''On Avery Island'', too. Just listen to "Three Peaches" and tell me you that you didn't die a little inside.

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[[Music/NeutralMilkHotel This indie rock band]] [[TearJerker has some rather sad songs]].
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* ''In The Aeroplane Over The the Sea'' is a very emotional album, but it hits you all at once in the last song, "Two-Headed Boy pt. 2". You can practically feel the anguish in Jeff Mangum's voice when he sings it, especially in light of his nervous breakdown he had after completing this album. The last line is, "But don't hate her when she gets up to leave." Then you hear Jeff simply get up, sets his guitar down, and leave. Not very sad in and of itself, but when you realize that it's the last line of the last song on the last album that he recorded with Neutral Milk Hotel -- it can make one feel rather sad.
* "In The Aeroplane Over The Sea"
is incredibly hard to sit through for some.
* ''On "On Avery Island'', Island", too. Just listen to "Three Peaches" and tell me you that you didn't die a little inside.
inside.
2nd Apr '12 10:35:57 PM hotrods4ben
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* ''In The Aeroplane Over The Sea'' is incredibly hard to sit through for some.
* ''On Avery Island'', too. Just listen to "Three Peaches" and tell me you that you didn't die a little inside.

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