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I mean I just - I don't go looking for news of him, okay, I skip over any mention of him I come across, I don't read articles about him, I don't - ". Eggnog cream? He's been steadily keeping Jonny out of his Sugar is going dow swinging, and here he is, learning that Jonny's fucking - what, kept tabs on him? Fucking Sharpy was right. You started this battle but I'm going to raise it to a higher level. Patrick sighs. In case you forgot, you were the one who walked out on me.
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Some believe that "God complexes" are particularly common in arrogant, highly educated, worldly, or powerful people. The God Complex is reffering to them stepping into the "place of God" by taking their own lives. Live in Phoenix. Flag SamH on July 21, You may know someone that reminds you of this song However, because she did cheat Whoever the main focus may be, feels as if because she cheated on him he should just take a gun to his head and kill himself. With the same digital download stats, but with an airplay panel to its advantage, the song reached a peak position of No. Like when he says he's watching her assuming her and him from her closet wanting to be him. Cock it and pull it being they need to die lol. It is made clear that the girl's Sugar is going dow swinging disapproves.
- With music composed by vocalist Patrick Stump and lyrics penned by bassist Pete Wentz , the single reached No.
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Chapter 1 2. Chapter 2 3. Chapter 3. And even though he's never really gotten over Jonny and the way they broke up, he's settled in his life now; he's an award-winning pastry chef with his own successful bakery, and he's slowly inching his way towards forgetting completely about Jonny.
It's been eight years since Patrick made the hardest decision he's ever had to and left the love of his life; eight years in which he's made sure not to see, hear, or talk about Jonathan Toews, heir to multinational conglomerate, the Toews-Gilbert Group. Despite his misgivings and the reopening of old wounds, Patrick can't help thinking that maybe Jonny's reappearance, after all this time, is a chance for him to finally get closure and be friends with Jonny once more.
Each month, food journalist Michael Nagrant interviews a well-known or emerging Chicago chef, as part of our Chefs Outside The Kitchen series. Here, he speaks to pastry chef Patrick Kane.
Before he struck out on his own, he spent a year in London as the head pastry chef of Alain Ducasse's eponymous restaurant at the Dorchester Hotel, and another two years as the executive pastry chef of Daniel Humm's Eleven Madison Park in Manhattan.
I'm very thankful. PK: My team and I talked a lot about the location before deciding on San Francisco - we knew we wanted a location on the west coast, and we settled on San Francisco because it's one of my favorite cities in California, it's got that nice chill vibe and a lot of great restaurants, a great food culture, lots of up-and-coming chefs - I can't think of a better place to put my bakery.
MN : How different is it, owning and running your own business as compared to before, when you were at Alain Ducasse and Eleven Madison Park? PK: Obviously it's a whole new different ballgame. I had fewer responsibilities, in a sense; I had them to lean on.
Obviously I have a great team around me now, but in the end I'm making all the decisions on my own, and I'm still learning, except without the guidance of these great chefs. It's been a steep learning curve, but while I'm immensely grateful I had those opportunities at world-class restaurants, I wouldn't trade what I have now for the world.
Just thinking of new things and pastry art I'd like to try, reading up on new techniques. I like hockey, so I watch a lot of that, especially the Blackhawks when the season's ongoing.
And yeah, I'm single. I don't think I have that much time at the moment to devote to anything else. Mark it as a maybe first, and then check our calendar between April till then, and see if we can fit that in. It's impossible to take on a third. Ryan clicks his tongue, frown appearing between his brows. It's just past closing and Patrick can see, through the glass panels of his office, the bakery staff still in the kitchen scrubbing up. Ryan's hunched over the desktop computer on his tiny corner desk, checking the bakery's emails, like he does every evening.
Like making Cronut walls for teenagers. Ryan looks up at him, frowning even harder. He knows what Ryan's going to say next, and as if on cue, Ryan launches right into it. I've told you before - just drop it. And there's nothing wrong in having a little ambition, okay. Keep checking the emails. Ryan rolls his eyes, but thankfully he does as Patrick says. They spend the next couple of minutes with Ryan reading emails out loud, taking notes depending on Patrick's responses no, no, maybe, possible only if I change my flight out of New York that week, look into that Ryan , until Ryan comes to one that makes him snort out loud.
Patrick sighs. Who even thinks they can get a bakery to design and create a custom wedding cake in less than three months? And they'll match whatever they pay you with a donation to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Who's this person? Show me. He makes his way over to Ryan's small, cramped corner desk, covered in papers, and swivels the desktop monitor over so he can read the open email.
It's signed off as Chris Anderson, personal assistant to Elliot Philip Worthington III , and includes a phone number and a request for Patrick to either call or email this Chris guy back so he can set up a meeting with - whoever the guy is that he's the PA for. Has a PA and a Roman numeral name. His fingers are poised over the keyboard, ready to respond.
Patrick thinks about it, biting his lip. I don't want to stretch us too thin and over-commit and then it's the entire team who has to work their asses off to compensate. But - the triple payment thing and the donation - if they're legit - sounds really good, I'm not going to lie. Why don't I set the meeting up for you, and you go ahead, and just - see what this guy wants? If they're serious, and it's something fairly simple, and he's not too demanding, then you can take it on.
You know everyone will work to get it done. Patrick's thinking about it when Ryan adds cheekily, "And besides, if fancy pants Elliot really is rich enough to go triple, this means you can give the team an extra bonus. Go ahead and set it up, Ryan. Ryan's already typing as he replies.
Good luck, man. He's still not done tweaking the recipe for the new souffle he's planning to debut next month, and there are more tests he and his team need to run. He's never been in this hotel before, but it's fitted out the same way as the rest of the Palais chain - luxurious, elegant, opulent.
He doesn't - he tries to avoid the Palais chain of hotels if possible, but sometimes he just can't. It's stupid, and ridiculous, and petty as hell, but that pain, even dulled by time, still lingers. He makes his way to the lounge bar, and gives his name to the host there. Worthington is already here. This way, please. To Patrick's surprise, he's led not to a booth or one of the small tables dotted around the bar, but to a little private room at the back.
There's only one person in the room, seated at the round table, fingers tapping the table top in a quick, impatient rhythm. Even standing at the door, Patrick can see that his nails are manicured and buffed to a polished shine, the complete antithesis to Patrick's own short, stubby, bitten nails, and the watch peeking out from under his shirt sleeve is a Rolex.
Elliot is - surprisingly young, is Patrick's first thought. It's probably his overblown stuffy name that threw Patrick off, but Elliot is perhaps around his own age, slender in build, with pale blond hair and blue eyes. He flicks his eyes up at Patrick, but doesn't make a move to stand. Patrick glances at the table, where Elliot's glass of white wine is sitting. Worthington is having is fine. He has very full lips, shiny with gloss.
A Kane design would literally be the highlight of my wedding. But that's something we'll discuss today, anyway. Elliot scoffs. If you need more manpower, equipment, whatever - just keep a tally and let me know. I have to have your cake as a centerpiece.
A waiter comes back with Patrick's wine, and Patrick takes a few sips from it, taking the time to absorb and consider what Elliot's just told him. It's pretty obvious to him straightaway: Elliot's spoiled, used to getting what he wants, assumes that throwing money at the problem is going to make it go away - when Patrick puts that attitude and his stuffy name together, that probably means Elliot's a trust fund baby. Patrick has a distinct sinking feeling that Elliot's going to be demanding as hell, and not at all easy to deal with.
Plus, he kind of dislikes him on sight. Patrick knows he's not supposed to judge books and people by their covers, but Elliot is - incredibly well put together, finely dressed, wearing expensive accessories, not a hair out of place - and yet Patrick thinks this man is going to be a misery. Good fucking luck to whomever he's marrying. I'm letting you have full creative input.
I don't really care how you make the cake, I just need it to look good. And grand. I'm holding my wedding in the Grand Ballroom right here in this hotel, and the Palais de Lune is - it's the epitome of luxury hotels in Chicago. It needs to be perfect, and people will definitely be impressed by a Kane custom cake.
Okay, Patrick was definitely right. Elliot's rich and he's marrying even richer. God, he hates people like these. Elliot waves a dismissive hand. I just want tiers, obviously, and the larger the better - seven or eight tiers would be good.
I liked the cake Prince William had, that was grand. And I want, I don't know, flowers on it. It just has to be pretty, and classy, and impressive, like Prince William's cake. I'm giving you full creative input, like I said.
Patrick tries again. It's not like you shove batter in ovens and then just stack layers one on top of another.
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Log in. Mixtapes Forums Lyrics Artists add Journals. Artists - F. Read More Edit Wiki. Am I more than you bargained for yet? I've been dying to tell you anything you want to hear 'Cause that's just who I am this week Lie in the grass next to the mausoleum I'm just a notch in your bedpost But you're just a line in a song A notch in your bedpost, but you're just a line in a song Drop a heart, break a name We're always sleeping in and sleeping for the wrong team We're going down, down in an earlier round And sugar, we're going down swinging I'll be your number one with a bullet A loaded God complex, cock it and pull it We're going down, down in an earlier round And sugar, we're going down swinging I'll be your number one with a bullet A loaded God complex, cock it and pull it Is this more than you bargained for yet?
Oh, don't mind me, I'm watching you two from the closet Wishing to be the friction in your jeans Isn't it messed up how I'm just dying to be him? Sugar, We're Goin Down song meanings. Add your thoughts Comments. General Comment Someone on one of the first few pages I haven't read them all said this was about an ex-girlfriend who told people that every song they wrote was about her. Using that premise, I can see how all the lyrics fit.
You started this battle but I'm going to raise it to a higher level. Is this what you had in mind? I've been dying to tell you Anything you want to hear Because that's just who I am this week You've told people I lied to you, telling you anything you wanted to hear just because I felt like it. Lie in the grass Next to the mausoleum The grounds of a mausoleum are rarely well cared for.
The grass is probably tall and uncut, just the kind of place where you'd find a snake. He's calling her a snake.
I'm just a notch in your bedpost But you're just a line in a song You tell people that I don't mean anything to you. I'm just a notch in your bedpost.
Guess what, you're nothing but a line in my song. Drop a heart and break a name You're talking crap about us, trying to ruin our reputation. We're always sleeping in And sleeping for the wrong team You've told people the band members are all lazy and don't do anything all day.
Oh, and that we're gay. We're going down, down In an earlier round And sugar, we're going down swinging We had our time, our relationship ended early, but we're still taking swings at each other. I'll be your number one with a bullet I'm the number one thing in your life because you won't let it go.
A loaded God complex Cock it and pull it You think everything's about you. You're got a God complex and keep aiming it at us. Is this more than you bargained for yet? Is this song too much for you? Oh, don't mind me I'm watching you two from the closet Wishing to be the friction in your jeans Isn't it messed up How I'm just dying to be him?
This is sarcasm. She thinks she's all that and he'd do anything to be with her again. Take aim at myself Take back what you said This war is both of our faults. There was an error. I never get subtext or figurative language in songs. Flag myenemyisnear on April 09, My Interpretation Am I more than you bargained for yet? This question holds the key to the song. This song is not about a boy and a girl, but a boy and another boy.
One is evidently gay and coming onto - in a subtle way - another boy who may or may not be gay. I've been dying to tell you Anything you want to hear Because that's just who I am this week These three lines indicate the gay boy is trying to both impress his would be lover, yet still is trying to hide his desires since he isn't certain.
The who I am this week indicates the lie he is portraying to stay close to the other Lie in the grass Next to the mausoleum They are experimenting with their sexuality and one can assume here that they are doing so in places where they cannot be discovered as gay curious.
A mausoleum is in a graveyard and not a high traffic area I'm just a notch in your bedpost You're just experimenting and I am one of many that has bedded you - or been bedded by you But you're just a line in a song But this is more important to me than you, so I will trivialize this by making you nothing more than a line in a song I wrote Drop a heart and break a name These two lines have reversed verbs - probably more for the theatrics of lyrics than anything important - they mean break my heart and I will drop your name to everyone that we had sex We're always sleeping in And sleeping for the wrong team I think the sleeping in is a lyrical affect to make the lines rhythm come out right.
Sleeping for the wrong team means we both are pretending to be who we are not, which is hetrosexuals We're going down, down In an earlier round going down in an earlier round means our affair is short lived And sugar, we're going down swinging Sugar here is a pet name and not indicating the sex of the one called sugar. Going down swinging means we are going to make a mess of this - or the singer is going to fight the break-up I'll be your number one with a bullet This line comes from the Top song list.
A number one is the number one song on the list. A song with a bullet is the arrowhead next to the title indicating if the song on the top chart is going up or down.
Here it is a metaphor meaning I'll be your number one partner as our relationship heads up - gets stronger A loaded God complex This is interesting and a clever use of symbolism. A God complex is a term used in the IT industry about computer nerds who think they know everything. But it also can spread out to any walk of life. These are the people who correct your every comment with "Well actually, it is not what you say but this.
Loaded - ready for sex - God Complex - because I will tell you who you are - correct your thinking - you are my gay lover and not straight at all Cock it and pull it Clearly a gun comment but metaphorically - and literally - this is about his genitals and what he wants done Is this more than you bargained for yet?
Again - is my clinging more than you were ready for? Or is our relationship that I see as serious getting too complicated for you who think you are straight Oh, don't mind me I'm watching you two from the closet Ignore me - a smart remark, self deprecating suggesting to trivialize me, and I am watching you perform by experimenting with another boy Wishing to be the friction in your jeans This may be the best line in the song as far as a metaphor - I want to be the one that gets you off Isn't it messed up Aren't I a mess for feeling like I do?
How I'm just dying to be him? Pete Wentz is bi-sexual and even the name of the group could have a meaning. Wentz is the lyricist and therefore litters his songs with double entendres. Thanks for the memories has the hook that continues to suggest he tastes sweeter than you.
However, since the song is about making certain you enjoy yourself - or let the good times roll - in case God never returns, the He could be God. I see what you're saying. Flag SamH on July 21, General Comment Am I more than you bargained for yet?
I've been dying to tell you Anything you want to hear Because that's just who I am this week She used him to make another guy jealous, and is wondering if she ever thinks that he's the better guy. He'd be anyone she wanted him to be to get him back even if he had to turn into the other guy Lie in the grass Next to the mausoleum I'm just a notch in your bedpost But you're just a line in a song It meant nothing to you, so I have to act like it meant nothing to me too Drop a heart and break a name We're always sleeping in And sleeping for the wrong team We're going down, down In an earlier round And sugar, we're going down swinging We had a ball, at least we'll go out on a high I'll be your number one with a bullet A loaded gun complex Cock it and pull it He feels so stupid for falling for this girl when it meant nothing to her.
He feels so stupid he'd quite happilly "Cock it and pull it" to stop feeling so stupid Is this more than you bargained for yet? Oh, don't mind me I'm watching you two from the closet Wishing to be the friction in your jeans He's incredibly jealous, he just wants to be with her again Isn't it messed up How I'm just dying to be him? Self explanitary I think thats what it means. It's about jealousy because she used him to make another guy jealous, but he fell for her and now feels like a total idiot because of it.
No Replies Log in to reply. Song Meaning To me, this song is written from the point of view of a boy who is in a platonic friendship with a girl but wants to be her boyfriend, but she's seeing someone else. Here's my analysis supporting this theory: "Am I more than you bargained for yet? General Comment in reference to 'god complex' making no sense: a god complex deals with ego. A person is who is said to have a "God complex", does not believe he is god, but acts so arrogantly that he might as well believe his is God or appointed to act by God.
Some believe that "God complexes" are particularly common in arrogant, highly educated, worldly, or powerful people. Flag angelbennett on November 10, General Comment I don't quite understand some people. If you HATE a band so much, why does one come to a page about the band and try to trash them? You hate them yet you're paying a large amount of attention to them? Hmm, that's awful funny. You wonder why people defend them so vehemently, yet if someone came to one of your favorite band's site and trashed them, you would do the same thing.
Anywho, I think this song is about being jealous of a lover who's moved on to someone else. Oh, by the way "Every things you said about me isn't true, your spelling is abismal" should read "Everything you've said about me isn't true, your spelling is abysmal" Don't try to correct someone's spelling if you can't use proper grammar OR spell the words you're trying to use.
General Comment Songs arent written to have one meaning. Sure the author writes it in a way to make his point to himself. However, just because a song means one thing to me and another to you were both not wrong. You cant be wrong when explaining and expressing what something means to you. The sooner everyone realizes that the easier it becomes to realize what the meaning of the song actually is. General Comment well to help clear things up for people i was researching about number one with a bullet and this is what i found.
From 47 to 3, for example. I don't recall how many places you had to rise to earn the bullet. So it was is? Below is a link to the current Top 50 hits of today with bullets. General Comment To me, the song meaning is pretty simple: It's about being into someone who doesn't feel the same, he knows he is making himself look an idiot chasing her; "Drop a heart, break a name" and the moose ears in the music video ,and he hates himself for it,"take back what you said, take aim at myself" And it's all told from an over-emotional, teenage point of view!
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