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That Handsome Devil – Viva Discordia lyrics

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    Jasik Reeves
    Viva (long live) Discordia (disambiguation).

    The entire first bridge is telling a story(not sure if it references anything or not.)
    Lucy spit in a jocks face, jock gets p*ssed. Later he sees Lucy at the mall and beats her until she looked like a painting by Picasso and ripped the ring out of her boyfriend's nose.
    Lucy's brother heard what happened and came rushing to the scene, so fast it's rumored that he jumped two floors to get there. He gets there and the jock doesn't notice, and when he does, has a look on his face that the narrator had never seen on another person before.

    "Bats in the belfry" is an idiom for insanity, drawing an analogy between a person's head and a church belfry, with the bats representing mental disturbance.

    "Mona from Sadona, Arizona. Drove to California in a beat-up Toyota. Reading Deepak Chopra. Singing "Champagne Supernova". Life it ain't all roses. Don't you go where you're supposed to go. Woke up in a mobile home. Kidney sold in Tokyo"

    Mona moved to California, ended up somewhere she shouldn't have been, woke up in a mobile home with one of her kidneys missing, sold on the black market to someone in Tokyo. She freaks out and runs out of the place, tearing off the duct tape that was on her, wearing nothing but socks and underwear. Sheriff shows up to help but she's being hysterical because the drugs are wearing off, and she is no doubt in a world of pain.

    Deepak Chopra is a New-Age guru, one of the best-known and wealthiest figures in the holistic health movement.
    "Champange Supernova" is a song by Oasis.

    "Daddy's little president.
    Never found the evidence".

    Daddy's little president is George W. Bush. Never found the evidence refers to the weapons of mass destruction the us invaded Iraq for, that were never found. The rest of that bridge is a reference to the Iraq war.

    The entire "City Dressed in Dynamite" album continues the band's prevalent themes of emptiness, drug addiction, materialism, and death. This song is just another example of that.
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