The Birthday Massacre
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The Birthday Massacre (abbreviated TBM) is a Canadian band, formed in 1999 in London, Ontario, and currently based in Toronto, Ontario. The current line-up consists of Chibi (vocals), Falcore (guitars), Rainbow (guitars), Owen (synthesizers), Nate Manor (bass guitar) and Rhim (drums). When the band formed in 1999, they were known as Imagica. This name was inspired from the fantasy novel Imajica (1991) by Clive Barker. In 2002, they changed the name to The Birthday Massacre after one of their earlier songs in order to avoid confusion with another group. The song "The Birthday Massacre" was then renamed to "Happy Birthday".
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2 months ago
I think its about two different people. One is very happy while the other one is very depressed and possibly suicidal. This explain the line two hearts beating one beats the other while the other one looks away. But at the end of the day when they go home they're both extremely unhappy, this explaining the line two hearts dreaming nightmares together leaving nothing more nothing left to say.