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Lines, Vines and Trying Times showcases an incredibly gay "musical" journey by the Jonas Fag Brothers, as well as their cock growth. They've incorporated dicks into several songs, as well as goatse and peddle steel dildos. The first single, "[[Paranoid]]," is a cock driven rape evoking song, and the entire CD is a veritable smorgasbord of pop and rock gays. "[[My Dick]]" is a funk metaphor for my dick. Written by Your Mom, she asserts, "This is a personal sexual experience for me. '[[My Dick]]' deals with the challenge of a girl who keeps attacking you, provoking you, trying to fight you, but all the while she's the only one fighting." "[[I fucked a dog in the ass yesterday]]" which is also the DICKS , was written by a hobo and their <stroke>bass player</stroke> (seriously, bass player? haha) Greg Garbowsky, and is sure to become a rape song for the ages. On "[[Your cock]]" Jonas Brothers added a horny section. In their summer music preview issue, some cocklovers described the ultracatchy "[[anus]]" as a "Weezer-ish tune about a toxic girl that you can't resist." "[[I hate jews]]" is a classic "she done him wrong" song written entirely by Jonas Brothers. "We wrote this song for the last record while on the road and felt the old school sound was more cohesive with our present style," explains Nick Jonas.
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Lines, Vines and Trying Times showcases an incredible musical journey by the Jonas Brothers, as well as their growth as songwriters and musicians. They've incorporated horns into several songs, as well as harmonicas and peddle steel guitars. The first single, "[[Paranoid]]," is a guitar driven dance evoking song, and the entire CD is a veritable smorgasbord of pop and rock gems. "[[World War III]]" is a funk metaphor for a confrontational relationship. Written by Nick Jonas, he asserts, "This is a personal experience for me. '[[World War III]]' deals with the challenge of a girl who keeps attacking you, provoking you, trying to fight you, but all the while she's the only one fighting." "[[Fly With Me]]" which is also the end title credit for the upcoming "Night At The Museum 2" film (due in theaters May 22), was written by Jonas Brothers and their bass player Greg Garbowsky, and is sure to become a love song for the ages. On "[[Poison Ivy]]" Jonas Brothers added a horn section. In their summer music preview issue, Rolling Stone described the ultracatchy "[[Poison Ivy]]" as a "Weezer-ish tune about a toxic girl that you can't resist." "[[Hey Baby]]" is a classic "she done him wrong" song written entirely by Jonas Brothers. "We wrote this song for the last record while on the road and felt the old school sound was more cohesive with our present style," explains Nick Jonas.
   
With all these themes, it's easy to see how Jonas Brothers came up with the title Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Says Joe Jonas, "Lines are the "proverbial" lines people will feed you, and vines are obstacles that get in your way." Adds Kevin Jonas, "Trying Times can be relationships, or anything personal to you. No one is alone in that; we all go through it."
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With all these themes, it's easy to see how Jonas Brothers came up with the title Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Says Joe Jonas, "Lines are the "proverbial" lines people will feed you, and vines are obstacles that get in your way." Adds Kevin Jonas, "Trying Times can be relationships, or anything personal to you. No one is alone in that; we all go through it."
   
   
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You can read the rest of the article at http://www.jonasbrothers.com/?content=about
   
After years of struggle, Kevin Jonas admitted that he is a fan of tentacle rape and has masturbated while shoving different plants into his anus. This caused much controversy and Kevin an heroed shortly after. The remaining three brothers are currently fucking his corpse.
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== Track Listing ==
   
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1. [[World War III]]
   
DICKS!
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2. [[Paranoid]]
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3. [[Fly With Me]]
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4. [[Poison Ivy]]
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5. [[Hey Baby]]
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6. [[Before the Storm]] featuring Miley Cyrus
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7. [[What Did I Do To Your Heart]]
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8. [[Much Better]]
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9. [[Back Keys]]
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10. [[Don't Charge Me For the Crime]] featuring COMMON
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11. [[Turn Right]]
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12. [[Don't Speak]]
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Bonus Track - [[Keep it Real]]
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[[Category:Music]]

Latest revision as of 20:27, August 15, 2012

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Lines, Vines and Trying Times showcases an incredible musical journey by the Jonas Brothers, as well as their growth as songwriters and musicians. They've incorporated horns into several songs, as well as harmonicas and peddle steel guitars. The first single, "Paranoid," is a guitar driven dance evoking song, and the entire CD is a veritable smorgasbord of pop and rock gems. "World War III" is a funk metaphor for a confrontational relationship. Written by Nick Jonas, he asserts, "This is a personal experience for me. 'World War III' deals with the challenge of a girl who keeps attacking you, provoking you, trying to fight you, but all the while she's the only one fighting." "Fly With Me" which is also the end title credit for the upcoming "Night At The Museum 2" film (due in theaters May 22), was written by Jonas Brothers and their bass player Greg Garbowsky, and is sure to become a love song for the ages. On "Poison Ivy" Jonas Brothers added a horn section. In their summer music preview issue, Rolling Stone described the ultracatchy "Poison Ivy" as a "Weezer-ish tune about a toxic girl that you can't resist." "Hey Baby" is a classic "she done him wrong" song written entirely by Jonas Brothers. "We wrote this song for the last record while on the road and felt the old school sound was more cohesive with our present style," explains Nick Jonas.

With all these themes, it's easy to see how Jonas Brothers came up with the title Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Says Joe Jonas, "Lines are the "proverbial" lines people will feed you, and vines are obstacles that get in your way." Adds Kevin Jonas, "Trying Times can be relationships, or anything personal to you. No one is alone in that; we all go through it."


You can read the rest of the article at http://www.jonasbrothers.com/?content=about

Track Listing Edit

1. World War III

2. Paranoid

3. Fly With Me

4. Poison Ivy

5. Hey Baby

6. Before the Storm featuring Miley Cyrus

7. What Did I Do To Your Heart

8. Much Better

9. Back Keys

10. Don't Charge Me For the Crime featuring COMMON

11. Turn Right

12. Don't Speak

Bonus Track - Keep it Real

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