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Interpol — Pioneer To The Falls
Album: Our Love To Admire
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Released: 2007
Length: 5:41
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Show me the dirt pile
And I will pray that the soul can take
Three stowaways
Vanish with no guile
And I will not pay
But the soul can wait
The soul can wait

It is still pretty
What with all these leaves
We'll be fine
We'll be fine

But if it's still pretty
What with all these leaves
We'll be fine, oh
And supervise

Show me the dirt pile
And I will pray that the soul can take
Three stowaways
Then you vanish with no guile
And I will not pay
But the soul can wait
I felt you so much today

I know you try
You try straight into my heart
You fly straight into my heart
Girl, I know you try
You fly straight into my heart
You fly straight into my heart
But here comes the fall

So much for make-believe
I'm not sold
So much of dreams
Deceit
I'm not prepared to know
Your heart makes me feel
Your heart makes me bold
For always and ever
I'll never let go
Always concealed
Safe and inside
Alive

Show me the dirt pile
And I will pray that the soul can take
Three stowaways
In a passion it broke
I pull the black from the grey
But the soul can wait
I felt you so much today
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I think the cover depicts the cruel, but fair way of nature in dealing with certain species that make noises which are unbearable to other certain species. Or am I getting my Darwinisms mixed up?

holborne wrote:
The only reason anybody likes Interpol is that they sound like Joy Division, and the only reason anybody liked Joy Division is that Ian Curtis killed himself.


I'd like to think that if Ian Curtis had known that he'd be responsible for Interpol some 25-30 years down the line he'd have killed himself a lot sooner.
The only reason anybody likes Interpol is that they sound like Joy Division, and the only reason anybody liked Joy Division is that Ian Curtis killed himself.
 out_to_lunch wrote:
I'm sitting here typing out notes and thinking, wow — The Editors have really started to suck....
 
The Editors are yet another ripoff band which gained popularity do to TV show exposure.  Interpol should sue them.  A very negative post but just the way I feel about them.

 jjbix wrote:
dreary, dark, drab.
 
Dreary, dark - yes
Drab - no

 
This is actually quite nice.  The singer sounds a lot like Jim Morrison here.  I like this song better than "My Chemistry" where somehow he sounds to me likesome cranky old man with poorly fitting dentures.

dreary, dark, drab.
rtrudeau wrote:
Whew, a new Interpol song. I was getting tired of My Chemistry.
I wasn't tiring of My Chemistry which is a fine number, but it's nice to hear another number from this lot to know that My Chemistry wasn't just a one-off. 7 from the Nottingham jury.
Oh, and BTW, regarding the CD cover, I don't think the lion and lioness hunt together. ...but maybe that's the ironic (or whatever) statement the designer is trying to make.
I like their music and style- I find myself wishing that they had more diversity, song to song.
jenakle wrote:
was this just on smallville? lol
I was going to say the same thing. :)
this song led off their concert in the desert at coachella last year. the lighting, the dry air...everything about the song and weather and mood just felt right. it was fantastic!
I downloaded the album...after a few listens, I like it a lot.
I think they listened to a lot of Doors in the womb.
I'm sitting here typing out notes and thinking, wow -- The Editors have really started to suck....
my cleaning lady just commented that "this man really can't sing", sadly, I tend to agree.
Dissonant, irritating and monotonous. Other than that, no complaints here!
Ouch, it gets worse as the song drags on.
I am the lion, and the deer is Interpol.
Yeah, this sucks.
Boring
was this just on smallville? lol
Whew, a new Interpol song. I was getting tired of My Chemistry.
huh, I always wondered who did this song. My friend was big into Interpol, and I kept trying to catch them, but always missed them. Now it turns out I knew them the whole time. I like 'em!