!!{{Ear Worm}}s
* MAN YER OWN JACKHAMMAH! MAN YER BATTLESTATIONS!!!
* What did I do to deserve...what did I do to deserve thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis?!
* LISTEN WELL, WILL YOU MARRY ME?
* Good eye, sniper. I shoot, you run.
** Bye Bye beautiful, don't bother to write.
* Pull the trigger and the nightmare stops, pull the trigger and the nightmare stops, pull the trigger and the nightmare stops, forever you will, forever you will learn.
* We are, we'll always be, the wrong...
* No one runs faster than you run...
* She screamed "Claudio! Dear Claudio! I wish goddammit, we'll make it if you believe!"
* Dear Ambellina, the Prise wishes you to watch over me.
* This is not your place, this is not your playground IT'S MY HEART!
* Scream loud; Scream Sayonara; Sweet Josephine, "Will you follow me home?"
* Even the newest album has one: "Someone please come/Shelter me from/All that I am/And never again will I/Believe the same old story."
* Jessie, bad boy. Just come look at what your brother did to that girl's... precious... little whore of a body...
* I'M GIVING IT UP NEWO...! How important I could have been... to... you...
** Casting quarters into wells that hold our dreams...you won't belieeeeeve meeeee...
* Your father's dead. He passed in his sleep.
* [[MadnessMantra Die white girls, die white giiiiirls...]]
* Oh baby, be my lover. Go on and pull that trigger!
* Hide your feathers, on the back porch, baby..He's coming home for... you've... been... such... a liar. Hide your feathers, Little back porch lady...You're too old... enough to cry your sorry eyes out over the world
** Wait a minute, little back porch lady
* Welcome Home's intro
* [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity Deranged]]: "Who will be [[Franchise/{{Batman}} your]] pretty little enemy when [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker I'm]] gone? Your world will prove empty, I promise you will always remember me..." "[[NotSoDifferent We're one and the same]]... Deranged."
* Goodnight, tonight. Goodbye.
* Hang your secrets! Hang em up, hang em up now!
* We are together! We fall together!
* God damn this cursed, god damn, god damn this cursed, god damn....
* Oh don't believe anything you hear, I'm a snake waiting for you dear...
* Honey, release my heart, if you / Honey, release my heart, you let me go / Release my heart if you, honey--
* Cause you're going home / You're running free / As only you would be if you never owed them anything / And now you've found your way out / In the trust you've seen your path on home
* I would do anything for you. Kill anyone for you
* Let's face it, there's not a single thing they've done that ISN'T an ear worm.
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!Other
* BaseBreaker/ BrokenBase: ''Year of the Black Rainbow'', musically and both lyrically/story wise, is either one of Coheed's best albums, or one of their worst. The elitist fan base on Cobalt And Calcium doesn't help matters,
** The band themselves [[CreatorBacklash aren't big fans of it either]] and [[TroubledProduction admit that much of the album's writing and recording was rushed because they were dangerously close to a deadline]]. This is evident in that "When Skeletons Live" is actually demo thrown on the album because they didn't have time to polish it and re-record it. The irony is, even people who dislike the album find that to be one of the few good songs on it, but [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks probably for that very reason, due to how dissonant it's sound is to the rest of the album]].
** WinBackTheCrowd: Even though the following album ''The Afterman: Ascension'' had people who disliked it for similar reasons as YOBR, it sort of managed to win back some of the fans- for one, the band were back to writing eight minute epics, and Josh Eppard was back.
** ''No World for Tomorrow'' is a bit of one as well. Most contention seem to come from either the production, the lack of Josh Eppard, or the somewhat rushed songwriting.
* EpicRiff: "Welcome Home."
* EnsembleDarkhorse: Nearly every top comment on any Coheed and Cambria Youtube video will be about Claudio's hair.
* FaceOfTheBand: Claudio Sanchez, singer/guitarist, and he also writes the comics the band's songs are based on (and thus the lyrics). His memorable physical appearance helps too.
* HellIsThatNoise: The end of Three Evils, and by extension, the reversed version of the same noises (minus the scream) in A Favor House Atlantic comes to mind.
* InternetBackdraft: Over whether they count as Emo or not. It's best not to bring it up.
* LyricalDissonance: Wake Up: "I'll do anything for you, ''kill anyone'' for you..."
** "Number City" is a danceable ska-influenced song about Sirius' wife dying in a car crash.
* {{Narm}}: The WordSaladLyrics can't be taken seriously every moment.
** Also because it's easy to mishear the lyrics, even causing mild MemeticMutation in the fandom with some common or hilarious ones (Most famously "Barking Apple of Doom" in ''Welcome Home'' and "Should the Iron Negro Hungry" in ''In Keeping Secrets of a Silent Earth: 3.'')
** There's also the fact that the Writing Writer is being told to kill off characters by a talking bicycle.
* TearJerker: Many:
** The song "Time Consumer", when you realize it's about two parents being forced to kill their children.
** During Coheed and Cambria's rampage throughout the ship ''Gloria vel Vessa'', they encounter numerous soldiers who plead for their lives, mentioning that they have families and kids to take care of. [[spoiler: [[OffingTheOffspring Considering what General Mayo Deftinwulf forced Coh and Cam to do]], [[BerserkButton this is not a good idea]].]]
** The dialogue between Sirius Amory and The Allmother at the end of "The Dark Side of Me" [[spoiler: Allmother: "I am not capable of comprehending human rationale. Sirius, is this what love is?" (DramaticPause) Sirius: "Yes."]]
** The climax of the song "Gravity's Union" is extraordinarily heartbreaking. [[spoiler: Sirius believes that the doctors chose to save him and not his pregnant wife (Therefore "Let the wrong one in")]]