Affiliates whom you thought you had a close friendship with could one day all of a sudden turn on you, making you ever regret having any respect toward them at all.
When the mentor or idol is both worthy of admiration but flawed enough to make them unlikeable, that's Warts and All.
Most of the time, the idol kept his shining image by hiding or suppressing anything damning, but sometimes the fault was in those who worshiped him and saw an overly idealized image instead of the real person. " Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives would concur that this trope is Truth in Television.
Some of you won't have all of these tracks however. And this is my first review, so sorry if I screw up somewhere.Songs Piece By Piece: Track #0 - No Dave Party This is the one CD owners may not know of.It's a nice instrumental with feedback closing out the song. Starts off with a nice simple drum beat, and then the guitar and bass come in playing lower and lower with each chord change then breaking down and stopping when you hear "NO TRUST".It does sound a little like "Blitzkrieg Bop" though. Then the guitar and bass continue to play after that is said and the verse is continuing. Two chords played as two words sung as two bass notes played. Then another verse comes in with the chorus following. It's kind of a pre-bridge, but it's not another verse.(This is particularly likely if the audience has just heard about them for the first time).
If you're in law enforcement, you'll probably suffer the double blow of seeing their darkest secrets being the one to put them in handcuffs.
These mentors and idols teach us to use our full potential and do great things, and not only do we love them for it, we imagine nothing could ever tarnish the memory we hold of them...
...unless you're a fictional character and this trope is in play.
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You hear these "NO TRUST" parts done throughout the whole song except with different words. It's very short and sweet and alternates between Davey and backup really nicely. There is a lyric in here I really like: "I wish that I could help you, but I can't even help myself.