Bonus Mosh Pt. II

Album: Where You Want To Be (2004)
  • A guy is telling another guy that love basically sucks - it stresses you out and it just hurts. He reflects on his own terminated relationship. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Amina - Toronto, Canada

Comments: 7

  • Meg from Belmar, NjThe song title comes from a comment one of Adam's old roommates made when Adam first played the song for him. His roommate said it has a nice bonus mosh part towards the end.
  • Kiran from Ft. Lauderdale, FlI think its so original and so funny that bonus mosh part 1 is just totally nonexistent.
  • Jess from Glasgow, United Kingdom"and how it reeked of your indifference, it bleeds horizontal straight from your wrists"
    yeah I think it's definately about cutting your wrists but I think it's how it's such a typical way of attempting suicide for attention. You know you get these people that cut themselves for attention and stuff. I think it's definately a reference to that.
  • Anna from New York, Ny"it's love make it hurt" is one of the best set of lyrics ive ever heard.
    great song.
  • Dani from Chicago, Ilit just saying that with love comes pain...and it's inevitable.
  • Kim from Long Island, NyI absolutely love this song, one of the best on the album in my personal opinion. 'Bonus Mosh Pt.II' was the first song written by TBS after John and Shaun were replaced with Fred and Matt, and was also the first song the new line up played in concert.
  • Captainrobin from Boston, Ma"so scream I heard about your message
    and how it reeked of your indifference
    that bleeds horizontal straight from your wrists"

    i believe these lines are some what about cutting your wrists. prolly to the effect that love sucks and it will drive you to crazy things.
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