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I truly think of this song as a work about being perfectly comfortable where you are and who you're with. It is about getting away but it's also about staying where you're at if that makes sense. There's a lot of hidden imagery within the song: "made by design, self destruction, let's elope you and I, infected by your gorgeous smile, etc." Sometimes it's best to take a mental picture of what you have and realize what it means to you. I think often a lot of people forget or misinterpret how beautiful the simple things are in life.
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Kriegspiel is basically a German style chess game with some different variations. Mainly the fact that you can see your own pieces but not your opponents and that you need a third party to referee the game. It's similar to Battleship for Americans. I got the idea after playing the game one night with a few friends while drinking a little too much. It was then my mind started racing about this relationship I was not happy with. As for the song it's basically a chess game of psychology, lust and sex between myself and a former partner. I think of it as quite a sexy song with thrills and spills.
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The words to this song are essentially a progression from the pushing an pulling aspect of a relationship I was previously in. I think the key line in the song is the ending of the chorus which mentions the clock turning to midnight. This is important because it means I'm no longer fighting with this girl because she starts speaking my language. She's basically back on my wavelength. It's almost like Cinderella turned back to normal to make it more clear! "I see her looking around" is also another important line because it foretells that this girl was not in it for the long run.
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Nursery rhyme that introduces letters that won't sit still. The alphabet tries to get them to stay together so it can show them off. The alphabet can be portrayed as a mother/father figure with the letters being children.
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