Fall Out Boy Quotes (Author of Fall Out Boy) (page 2 of 2)
A gladiator-themed music video was created. The single reached No. The song was also the band's fourth top ten hit and first in eight years, since " This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race " in In , "Centuries" was nominated for the Kerrang! Award for Best Single.
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Play "Centuries" on Amazon Music. Alright, aside from the obvious "leaving your mark on the world", It seems like this song alternates between the heroes and their obstacles. Let me explain: The first instance of the chorus is the desire to be somebody famous, climbing up the ladder to be somebody great. The following verses are the "words" of the opposition, saying things like "[they] are all wrong", "let me in", "I never meant for you to fix yourself", these are all the words of either a betrayed or truly evil force wanting to prevent these heroes from their dreams. The second instance seems to be a scream against all the stress that is suddenly put upon the protagonist s , trying to fight back the opposition. This is further justified by the events in the music video, where the gladiators are being overcome one by one.
A gladiator-themed music video was created. The single reached No.
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