Digimon re:CONNECT || Something wicked this way comes.

Best Partner #3: The Siren


1. Peter's Song: 'Dashboard' - Modest Mouse
2. Peter's Song II: 'Last Stop: This Town' - EELS
3. Banmon's Song: 'Rabbit Girl' - I Hate This Place
4. Banmon's Song II: 'Violet' - The Birthday Massacre
5. Duet: 'Dead Hearts' - Stars
6. Duet II: 'Secrets (Cellar Door)' - Radical Face

Peter's Song
'Dashboard' - Modest Mouse

Well, it would've been, could've been worse than you would ever know
Oh, the dashboard melted, but we still have the radio
Oh, it should've been, could've been worse than you would ever know
Well, you told me about nowhere well it sounds like someplace I'd like to go

Oh, it could've been, should've been worse than you would ever know
Well, the windshield was broken, but I love the fresh air you know
(The dashboard melted but we still have the radio)
Well, it would've been, could've been worse than you would ever know
(The dashboard melted but we still have the radio)
Oh, we talked about nothing which was more than I wanted you to know
Now here we go

Oh, it would've been, could've been worse than it had even gone
Well, the car was on blocks, but I was already where I want
(It was impossible, we ran it good, we ran it good)
Why should we ever even ever really even get to know?
(It was impossible, we ran it good, we ran it good)
Oh if the world don't like us it'll shake us just like we were a cold
Now here we go

Well we scheme and we scheme but we always blow it
We've yet to crash, but we still might as well tow it
Standing at a light switch to each east and west horizon,
Every dawn you're surprising,
And in the evening one's consoling
Saying "See it wasn't quite as bad as..."

Well, it would've been, could've been worse than you would ever know
I was patiently erasing and recording the wrong episodes
After you had proved my point wrong,
It wasn't like I'd let it go
I just wanted to catch the last laugh of this show

Yeah, it would've been, could've been worse than you would ever know
Oh, the dashboard melted, but we still have the radio
(The dashboard melted, but we ran it good, we ran it good)
Hard-wired to conceive, so much we'd have to stow it
Even needs have needs, tiny giants made of tinier giants
Don't wear eyelids so I don't miss the last laugh of this show
(The dashboard melted but we still have the radio)

Oh, we could've been, should've been worse than you would ever know
(The dashboard melted but we still have the radio)
Well, you told me about nowhere well it sounds like someplace I'd like to go
Now here we go

Well we scheme and we scheme but we always blow it
We've yet to crash, but we still might as well tow it
Standing at a light switch to each east and west horizon,
Every dawn you're surprising,
And in the evening one's consoling
Saying "See it wasn't quite as bad as..."

Oh, it would've been, could've been worse than you would ever know

Peter's Song II
'Last Stop: This Town' - EELS

You're dead, but the world keeps spinning
Take a spin through the world you left
It's gettin' dark a little too early
Are you missing the dearly bereft?

Takin' flight, well, you could be here tomorrow
Takin' flight, well, you could get here tonight
I'm gonna fly on down for the last stop to this town (what?)
I'm gonna fly on down and fly away
Well, alright

Taking a spin through the neighborhood,
The neighbors scream, "what'chu talkin' 'bout?"
Cause they don't know how to let you in,
And I can't let you out

What if I was not your only friend in this world?
Would you take me where you're going
If you're never coming back?

I'm gonna fly on down for the last stop to this town
I'm gonna fly on down and fly away on my way

Why don't we take a ride way up high through the neighborhood
Up over the billboards and the factories and smoke?
I'm gonna fly on down for the last stop to this town (yeah)
I'm gonna fly on down and fly away on my way
Fly away

Banmon's Song
'Rabbit Girl' - I Hate This Place

Close your eyes,
All of us alone tonight
Whisper low,
A coded message through the wire

I'm outside
Myself, and for once, I don't mind
Your thoughts are seamless, curling slow
Neon, faded, just like mine

Don't worry hard about the war we fight
Chance into chaos, they cut all too fine
Sooner or later, you know all of us will bleed
My darling velveteen

Tie-dyed in this fever dream
Scarlet blush
I'm coloured so deliriously

Don't worry hard about the world on fire
Chance in the chaos, they so easily turn
Sooner or later, ashes are all that we'll be
My darling velveteen
My darling velveteen

Last night, I, the fool, imagining you
Riding on sparkling lunar tides
I reached for what seemed to be your hand
Felt the ground falling far from my feet

But in the daylight, I saw everything
Left here to ponder all that it could mean
Sooner or later, all of us must become real

Don't worry hard about the things we do
We're so far off, I can't remember you
Sooner or later, and you won't remember me
My darling velveteen

Banmon's Song II
'Violet' - The Birthday Massacre

The tragic comedy divine
Paints the way to peace of mind
Leaving shallow lovers far behind
Past uncertainties combine
Bringing tears to sleepless eyes
Memory runs the course of time
Blood runs cold beyond

The violet prison
For violent visions
And so the broken record plays
As you throw us away

We're never enough
We're drowning in cliches
So desperate to love
We're twisting every word they say
So we sleep through the days

Within the heat of passion's war
Lust is spilled upon the floor
Staining red the wasted metaphor
The selfish need for something more
Claws in vain at closing doors
Scarring faces once adored
Tracing circles in

The violet prison
For violet visions
And so the broken record plays
As you throw us away

Duet
'Dead Hearts' - Stars

Tell me everything that happened
Tell me everything you saw
They had lights inside their eyes
They had lights inside their eyes

Did you see the closing window?
Did you hear the slamming door?
They moved forward, and my heart died
They moved forward, and my heart died

Please, please, tell me what they look like
Did they seem afraid of you?
They were kids that I once knew
They were kids that I once knew

I could say it, but you won't believe me
You say you do, but you don't deceive me
It's hard to know they're out there
It's hard to know that you still care
I could say it but you wont believe me
You say you do, but you don't deceive me
Dead hearts are everywhere
Dead hearts are everywhere

Did you touch them? Did you hold them?
Did they follow you to town?
They make me feel I'm falling down
They make me feel I'm falling down

Was there one you saw too clearly?
Did they seem too real to you?
They were kids that I once knew
They were kids that I once knew

I could say it, but you won't believe me
You say you do, but you don't deceive me
It's hard to know they're out there
It's hard to know that you still care
I could say it but you wont believe me
You say you do, but you don't deceive me
Dead hearts are everywhere
Dead hearts are everywhere

I could say it, but you won't believe me
You say you do, but you don't deceive me
It's hard to know they're out there
It's hard to know that you still care
I could say it but you wont believe me
You say you do, but you don't deceive me
Dead hearts are everywhere
Dead hearts are everywhere

They were kids that I once knew
They were kids that I once knew
Now they're all dead hearts to you
Now they're all dead hearts to you

They were kids that I once knew
They were kids that I once knew
Now they're all dead hearts to you

Duet II
'Secrets (Cellar Door)' - Radical Face

Drawn into the frost on the glass was a map pointing to my secret hiding place
It led you to the tree with the split in its trunk on the way into your family's yard
In that tree, you saw I brought the dog back to life

I watched you from the branches while you stared from the ground with a look I couldn't understand
So I said "leave me alone if your only words are ugly ones"
And you just smiled, and said, "come and show me how it's done"

You dug up your old bird, and you held her to your chest as I breathed life back into her lungs
And she blinked and flapped her wings, and she sang a familiar song
Before she took to the air and cut a path into the woods

And then I cried, 'cause all my life I had known something was off
But you just shrugged, and said, "it ain't just you"

Slipping on the pavement where we ran from the ghosts that you saw behind the cellar door
That's the way that you showed me that I wasn't quite alone
That you'd also touched the dead before