the anatomy of a fall out boy song

spawkward:

  • cool bass line
  • incoherent mumbling
  • wooahh oh oh
  • na na na na  na  na  na
  • GUITAR
  • damn patrick how can you sing like that
  • angry punk yelling
  • title that doesnt make sense

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Anonymous seductively whispered:
You should work on the color settings of your Deanmon edit.

jshajjdsh I saw it after I posted and was gonna edit, huhu. TY for pointing it out tho, anon! I thought I’d deleted it already. :/
P.S. If you have any tips (because I’m ???? when it comes to these things) share them s’il vous plaît xx

Human beings
are made of water–-

we were not designed
to hold ourselves together

rather run freely
like oceans
like rivers.

Beau Taplin,water born” (via aesthesos)

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"I can make things move without touching them. I can make animals do what I want without training them. I can make bad things happen to people who are mean to me. I can make them hurt, if I want. I can speak to snakes, too. They find me… whisper things… Is that normal, for someone like me?”

"I can make things move without touching them. I can make animals do what I want without training them. I can make bad things happen to people who are mean to me. I can make them hurt, if I want. I can speak to snakes, too. They find me… whisper things… Is that normal, for someone like me?”

(via bitchcop)

imperfectcas:

Dean pushing Cas up against the wall and saying “What’s the matter, angel? Afraid of the dark?” and then his eyes go black, a smirk on his lips.

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The other big change on 1989 is that for the first time in years, there are no diss tracks dishing about Swift’s exes. A few of the songs are about her relationships and love life, but they’re mostly wistful and nostalgic, not finger-pointy or score-settling. “Different phases of your life have different levels of deep, traumatizing heartbreak,” Swift says. “And in this period of my life, my heart was not irreparably broken. So it’s not as boy-centric of an album, because my life hasn’t been boycentric.

The other big change on 1989 is that for the first time in years, there are no diss tracks dishing about Swift’s exes. A few of the songs are about her relationships and love life, but they’re mostly wistful and nostalgic, not finger-pointy or score-settling. “Different phases of your life have different levels of deep, traumatizing heartbreak,” Swift says. “And in this period of my life, my heart was not irreparably broken. So it’s not as boy-centric of an album, because my life hasn’t been boycentric.

(via harveyspector)

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