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Subject: Re: Songs that remind you of Columbine. Tue Mar 31, 2020 12:57 pm
For some reason I've been listening to Bones Library Suicide, I don't understand why, I don't even like rap unless its rap rock, maybe its because it makes me think about Columbine and Eric and Dylan after their suicides deeply? Idk, but for some reason I just like it I jsut can't seem to figure out why.
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Subject: Re: Songs that remind you of Columbine. Thu Aug 13, 2020 12:34 am
Definitely not the type of music Eric and Dylan listened to as far as I'm aware but Van Der Graaf Generator's "Man-Erg" is a brilliant progressive rock song that seems to be about someone similar in nature to the two.
The killer lives inside me: I can feel him move. Sometimes he's lightly sleeping in the quiet of his room, But then his eyes will rise and stare through mine, He'll speak my words and slice my mind inside. The killer lives. The angels live inside me: I can feel them smile, Their presence strokes and soothes the tempest in my mind And their love can heal the wounds that I have wrought. They watch me as I go to fall, well, I know I shall be caught, For the angels live. How can I be free? How can I get help? Am I really me? Am I someone else? But stalking in my cloisters hang the acolytes of gloom And Death's Head throws his cloak onto the corner of my room and I am doomed, But laughing in my courtyard play the pranksters of my youth And solemn, waiting Old Man in the gables of the roof, he tells me truth And I, too, live inside me and very often don't know who I am, I know, I'm not a hero, I hope that I'm not damned I'm just a man, and killers, angels, all are these, Dictators, saviors, refugees In war and peace As long as Man lives I'm just a man, and killers, angels, all are these, Dictators, saviors, refugees
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Subject: Re: Songs that remind you of Columbine. Thu Aug 13, 2020 9:16 am
Basically anything off of Symbols, XTORT, Herzeleid & Sehnsucht.. I say this because those were the albums that Eric seemed to primarily listened to.. and I can't blame him cause they're actually really good
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Subject: Re: Songs that remind you of Columbine. Thu Aug 20, 2020 6:11 am
Camber - Temporary Thought this stuff would set us up. All this seemed so necessary. Thought this stuff would set us up. Would set us up. We set us up.
All that shit dragged from the past. All that stuff was tertiary. All that stuff just held us down. It held us down.
It left us here reaching out. It left us cold. It left us here broken down. When what we needed was the thing we can't get back. It left us cold. Was the thing we can't get back. No we can't get.
Thought these things could fill us up. All these things were temporary. Thought these things could fill us up. Could fill us up. We set us up.
All the things we thought could last. Fatal fall the corollary. All these things they held us down. They held us down.
It left us here bleeding out. It left us old. It left us here full of doubt. What we conceded was the thing we can't get back. It left us old. Was the thing we can't get back. It left us here with the thing we can't get back.
It left us here with the thing we can't get back. We can't get back. We can't get back.
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Subject: Re: Songs that remind you of Columbine. Tue Sep 29, 2020 1:16 am
The Offspring - The Kids Aren't Alright
I was not a big fan of grunge music and sometime in 2000 I was at a girls place and she had this song playing. From the first time I heard it and up until this day, it makes me think of Harris and Klebold.
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Subject: Re: Songs that remind you of Columbine. Mon May 10, 2021 9:14 am
a lot of glitchy songs remind me of the chaos in E&Ds head as for specific songs mostly nine inch nails hurt or in a warm place (in a warm place reminds me of there suicide and the aftermath of the massacre) and kmfdm reminds me of the rage and violence they felt
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Subject: Re: Songs that remind you of Columbine. Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:18 pm
Children Of Bodom's Punch Me I Bleed:
From the reign I've built of shame and guilt I go back and take a look At myself and what I have done so far At the bridge he's laying, waiting 'til light No choice to go back where He was okay to us You're to come and save me Going down I walk my way 'til now Deep to the obscurity Obliterating you in every way With my life's insanity Battered up again, I'm going right inside Curled up on the floor Wonder ways to kill the pain and What doesn't kill you will only make you pissed off! Sweep back to kill You can't make it go away So let's, take a shot at me Just when you punch me, I bleed! Going down I walk my way 'til now Deep to the obscurity Obliterating you in every way With my life's insanity No choice to go back where He was okay to us You're to come and save me! Going down I walk my way 'til now Deep to the obscurity Obliterating you in every way With my life's insanity
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