Song Lyrics relating to Shakespeare/Plays[edit | edit source]

In The Blind[edit | edit source]

Hold the Line? Thespianicanswers.

Cassandra, Pt. II[edit | edit source]

I; your savior, you; my muse

Fear of Cancer[edit | edit source]

All the people gasped as the muses choose,

Hypoxia[edit | edit source]

You say you won’t act,
But the whole world’s a stage. (Heavy play on Shakespeare's 7 Stages of Life poem)

Slipstream[edit | edit source]

I found my line. (Lines referring to being in a play or being an actor?)

The Strays[edit | edit source]

We’re the last ones left, left to convalesce, get the others and cut to the next scene (Scene = play? Sequence of events?)

Tokyo House Party (Demo)[edit | edit source]

Do you want me to write two sonnets?

Scissorborn[edit | edit source]

I am Banquo! I am Julius Ceasar!

Song Lyrics relating to Words/Writing[edit | edit source]

Homunculus[edit | edit source]

All we left behind erased
And I'm lost for words to say

Shi No Barado[edit | edit source]

A promise written on a TV screen

I'd write your name down in my heart

In The Blind[edit | edit source]

Space-gap-space; I repeat; release the Secrets. (<- Could refer to typing words?)

But it’s also completely and unbelievably unique in every sense of the word

and that I am as much in control of this construct as I am in control of how you feel hearing these words

Cassandra, Pt. II[edit | edit source]

I; your savior, you; my muse

And say our secret words

Blow out the Candles[edit | edit source]

You’ve read a string of novels I don’t wanna read

Dream & Reality[edit | edit source]

Let’s write our names in history

Euphemia[edit | edit source]

I’m choking on my own words and

Fear of Cancer[edit | edit source]

All the people gasped as the muses choose,
Their fates are written, they won't be forgiven.

The words I needed, but I can't read it.

Tokyo House Party (Demo)[edit | edit source]

Until you find me and you name me (about to write you down)

Nebula[edit | edit source]

This is my suffering, stuttering the words

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Shi No Barado is a song inspired by Death Note, in which you must write someone's name into the book to kill them. Depending on details (If the name can be/is erased, if details are added) the death is different or can be reversed.
  • There is a theory about Cassius, a Shakespearean character in the comments of the User Theories page by ChloeG.
  • Writing may refer to the process of songwriting itself, or the four levels of lyrical interpretation.
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