But the day pressed on like crushing weights
For no man does it ever wait
Like memories of dying days
That deafen us like hurricanes
The given lyrics suggest a feeling of being overwhelmed and crushed by the passing of time. The word "Savior" could be interpreted as someone or something that provides relief or salvation from this overwhelming feeling. It represents a hope or a source of comfort in the midst of the chaos and noise of life.
But we’ve been sweating while you slept so calm,
In the safety of your home.
We’ve been pulling out the nails that hold up
Everything you’ve known.
Within my bones this resonates
Boiling blood will circulate
Could you tell me again what you did this for?
The phrase "Blood To Bleed" in the given lyrics suggests that the speaker is referring to their inner strength and resilience. The line "Within my bones this resonates" implies that this strength is deeply ingrained within them. The phrase "Boiling blood will circulate" further emphasizes their determination and passion. The question "Could you tell me again what you did this for?" indicates that the speaker is questioning the purpose or motivation behind their actions, possibly indicating a moment of reflection or doubt. Overall, the answer choice "Blood To Bleed" aligns with the themes of inner strength and questioning in the lyrics.
We're calling for
A different beat, yeah
A brand new song
The given answer refers to the song "Make It Stop (September's Children)" which is being called for and insisted on. The lyrics suggest a desire for change and a new direction, represented by a different beat and a brand new song. The song may address social or political issues and the need for action to stop certain problems.
Rock bottoms where we live, and still we dig these trenches,
to bury ourselves in them, backs breaking under tension
For far too long these voices, muffled by distances,
it's time to come to our senses, up from the dirt
The given correct answer "Give It All" is likely the title of a song or a phrase from a song. The lyrics provided in the question suggest a theme of perseverance and determination. The phrase "Give It All" could be interpreted as a call to give everything one has and to not give up, even when faced with difficult circumstances. It encourages individuals to rise above their struggles and challenges and to make the most of their lives.
What we are is the sum of 1000 lies
What we know is almost nothing at all
But we are what we are till the day we die
The given answer "The Strength To Go On" is a possible explanation for the given lyrics because it implies that despite the fact that we are made up of lies and have limited knowledge, we still have the inner strength and determination to continue living and facing the challenges of life until our last breath. This interpretation suggests that resilience and perseverance are fundamental qualities that allow us to keep going despite the uncertainties and limitations we may encounter.
My bones all resonate,
A burning lullaby,
You can't take that from me,
Just go ahead and try.
Inside my hands these petals browned,
Dried up, fallen to the ground
But it was already too late now.
Don't carry on
Just walk away
How many more sent to their graves
In this lesson ignored?
The given answer "Survivor Guilt" is a possible explanation for the question because the lyrics "Don't carry on, Just walk away, How many more sent to their graves, In this lesson ignored?" suggest a feeling of guilt experienced by someone who has survived a traumatic event while others did not. Survivor guilt is a psychological condition where individuals feel guilty for surviving when others did not, often leading to feelings of remorse, self-blame, and questioning why they were spared. Therefore, the answer "Survivor Guilt" aligns with the theme and emotions conveyed in the lyrics.
And we get right back up again,
the things you're telling me aren't making any sense,
right back up again,
I'm sick of wishing for someone else to come
The correct answer is "Broken English" because the lyrics provided in the question mention phrases like "the things you're telling me aren't making any sense" and "I'm sick of wishing for someone else to come." These phrases suggest a lack of understanding or communication, which is often associated with broken English. Therefore, the answer "Broken English" aligns with the lyrics provided.
And like a single domino
That falls while the rest stay vertical
We’re fed these empty fairy tales
Will you believe them?
The given answer "Disparity By Design" is likely the title of a song or poem. The lines provided suggest a theme of questioning the validity of the narratives or stories that society presents to us. It implies that these narratives may be empty or false, and asks whether we will choose to believe them. The phrase "disparity by design" could refer to the intentional creation or perpetuation of inequality or unfairness in society. Overall, the answer seems to relate to the idea of critically examining the stories we are told and questioning the systems that create disparities.
Is this the life that you lead,
or the life that's lead for you?
will you take the road that's been laid out before you?
will we cross paths somewhere else tonight?
She proclaimed, "tonight will be
The greatest of our lives
But i said, "don't be so sure
Let's just wait until the morning light
The correct answer is "Midnight Hands" because it is the title of the poem or song from which the given lines are taken. The lines suggest a conversation between two people, with one person proclaiming that tonight will be the greatest of their lives, but the other person expressing doubt and suggesting that they should wait until the morning light to see if it lives up to their expectations. The title "Midnight Hands" likely refers to the hands on a clock striking midnight, symbolizing the moment when their expectations will either be fulfilled or proven wrong.
I've got some friends, some that I hardly know
But we've had some times, I wouldn't trade for the world
We chase these days down with talks of the places that we will go
To the rhythm of a time bomb ticking away
And the blare of the sirens combing the streets
Chased down like dogs we run from
Your grasp until the sun comes up
The correct answer is the repetition of the song title "Re-Education (Through Labor)" three times. This is evident from the given lyrics where the phrase "Re-Education (Through Labor)" is repeated three times consecutively.
We'll sneak out while they sleep
And sail off in the night.
We'll come clean and start over the rest of our lives.
Neutrality means that you don't really care
Cuz the struggle goes on even when you're not there
Blind and unaware
And if strength is born from heartbreak
Then mountains I could move
And if walls could speak I'd pray
That they would tell me what to do
The given lyrics suggest that the speaker finds strength and empowerment in heartbreak, implying that they have the ability to overcome challenges and obstacles. The mention of "mountains I could move" indicates their resilience and determination. The line about walls speaking and guiding them reflects a desire for guidance and direction in their life. The word "Drones" is likely the title or reference to a song or album that explores these themes.
Identities assume us
As nine and five add up
To the seconds that we lost
The given correct answer, "Audience Of One," is likely the title of a song or poem. The lines provided in the question suggest that the identities of "us" are assumed or influenced by someone or something. The phrase "nine and five add up" could refer to a combination of different elements or perspectives coming together. The line "synchronizing watches to the seconds that we lost" implies a desire for unity or coordination in order to make up for lost time. Overall, the answer seems to relate to the concept of individuals coming together and being focused on a singular audience or purpose.
I found a shoulder to lean on
An infallible reason to live all by itself
I took one last look from the heights that I once loved
And then I ran like hell
The given correct answer "Ready To Fall" is likely the title of a song or poem. The lyrics provided suggest a sense of finding support and motivation, as well as a desire to escape or take action. The phrase "I found a shoulder to lean on" implies finding someone or something to rely on, while "An infallible reason to live all by itself" suggests a strong and compelling purpose. "I took one last look from the heights that I once loved" could signify reflecting on past experiences or perspectives before making a decision. Finally, "And then I ran like hell" implies a sense of urgency or determination to move forward. Overall, the answer seems to relate to a moment of readiness to face challenges or take a leap of faith.