Does the "friend" from "Happy Birthday" actually exist, or is he just the hallucinatory manifestation of the speaker's homicidalurges?
"Kill the Lights:" Deeply cynical song about how fairy tales are all fake, but we have to pretend that they're real so we don't realise how depressing our world really is and commit suicide, or a simple breakup song comparing the story of two lovers to fairy tales and how it didn't work out, unlike the tales?
"And for the first time, she feels, just... fine." Cue the epic ending.
"Common Knowledge": There are no videos for "Velvet" and "Make Believe." Some fans believe that there are, but the two videos thought to be "Velvet" and "Make Believe" are old demos of "Blue" and "Violet."
TBM's Nightmare Fuel is intensified by the fact that occasionally, Chibi sounds like a prepubescent girl. With songs like "Under the Stairs" and "Blue," that freaks a lot of people out and gives the songs a very nasty edge.