Talk:Sweet Tooth

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Review by J7[edit]


  • This section is only for archive purposes and has not been confirmed by any authority, and is only J7's interpretation written for your pleasure.


- While one of the more overlooked tracks on the album, Sweet Tooth begins with the topic of human craving for instant gratification. No matter how much pleasure their actions bring them temporarily, there is a more pain gained than lost. This causes people to look upon themselves as having an incurable “disease”, thus subjecting themselves as outcasts in their social pool. The song then describes falling in love, when the love isn’t mutual, “I want you more when you’re afraid of My Disease . .” The song isn’t so much a broad social commentary as much as it is a personal song about the awful feeling of growing up convinced you are unloved by everyone but your relatives. While Sweet Tooth’s sound is definitely a bit dated, with distortion amped to its max, and an arousing drum beat, Sweet Tooth is a delectable pleasure.