Error Operator

Album: Louder Now (2006)
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  • This song is about a call to 911 (what Americans call in an emergency). It is a conversation between the person in trouble and the operator. The bass at the start of the song is supposed to be dial tone. >>
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    Brian - Sudbury, Canada
  • This appears on the soundtrack of the movie The Fantastic Four.

Comments: 3

  • Eddie from San Juan, Puerto RicoThis song was actually originally made about the Mr. Fantastic character in the Fantastic Four
  • Dani from Chicago, Iloh and matt rubano's bass playing in the beginning of this song is the best part. just sayin.
  • Dani from Chicago, IlIts about mistakes or past regrets, that you can't go back and change. and basically asking would you do it again if you could? or would you lie to me again? because i can see right throught it.
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