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
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.
Broken Base: 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,
Win Back the Crowd: 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.
Also because it's easy to mishear the lyrics, even causing mild Memetic Mutation 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.
The dialogue between Sirius Amory and The Allmother at the end of "The Dark Side of Me" Allmother: "I am not capable of comprehending human rationale. Sirius, is this what love is?" (Dramatic Pause) Sirius: "Yes."
The climax of the song "Gravity's Union" is extraordinarily heartbreaking. Sirius believes that the doctors chose to save him and not his pregnant wife (Therefore "Let the wrong one in")