Robots: 3, Humans: 0

Album: Norma Jean vs. The Anti-Mother (2008)


  • In a behind the scenes interview for the making of the video, lead singer Cory Brandan Putman explained: "The song is kind of about these two people who are in a very long relationship and throughout that relationship they go through different doors and those doors represent different decisions that they've made. And the song kind of deals with taking responsibility for your actions and how really crazy things can get in your life if you let it, whether it’s lies or deceit or whatever... that’s what the song deals with: personal experiences." >>
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    Tim - PGH, PA


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