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So much yes. I wish I could link this song with my tulpas; as things stand, it's sort of mine and my car's song. Always vividly brings to mind the feeling and memories of my first times driving that car during the last days of May last year. The model year is about right, except it isn't a rental and nobody's been murdered in the back seat (or so I hope).

 

BOC is totally underrated; Buck Dharma is an underrated guitarist, too.

 

From what I read, the song is a true story about 3 of Dharma's friends.

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Dash has changed her new favourite song, if anyone's interested, but not "her song". She now loves Dio after listening constantly to Rainbow In The Dark, because it mentions her name. She keeps asking me to put it on for her <3

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BOC is totally underrated; Buck Dharma is an underrated guitarist, too.

 

From what I read, the song is a true story about 3 of Dharma's friends.

 

Ahh, forgot about this thread. Half a month late. But oh well.

 

Yeah, I've heard a lot of stories about the event behind the song myself. One of the versions of it (I think from Dharma himself, in an interview) states that those three friends had gone to Tucson when they met their fate. Quite an interesting aspect of the song to me, seeing as I live there.

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I always got the best early responses from Aura when listening to this song, now that he's vocal, he has said that this is once of his favorite songs

 

i got my first contact with Nova as i was listening to this (go figure)

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i am forever banned from drinking orange juice because my tulpa hates it with a burning passion

 

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