O (part 2)

Jonathanpeel

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Maybe O part one will be just an instrumental track and O part 2 will have lyrics. Like life in technicolor.


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Tash

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For now I'm sticking to my Shel Silverstein theory. So I hope O is about The Missing Piece and O (part 2) is about The Missing Piece Meets the Big O
 

Kingzilla

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I think O will be really upbeat, and this will be slower, sort of like Lost! and Lost?. There will be similar lyrics, maybe pieces from O
 

Wickett

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Maybe O part one will be just an instrumental track and O part 2 will have lyrics. Like life in technicolor.


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Don't get my hopes up now. Any similarity with Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends and I'll be happy.
 

Wickett

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so O will have 3 different versions? part 1, part 2 and reprise?
According to the tracklist on Target.com there's only O and O (Reprise). I think Chris was just jotting down that Reprise is like a part 2. I could be wrong about that of course but I don't think it's a three part thing.
 

tubatrombonekid

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Could O (Reprise) be a hidden track? Then it would make sense as a three part song. Have the two parts first then followed by a hidden (Reprise) part.
 

jalapeno789

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Could anyone who went to either of the Germany concerts tell us how long O part 2 is? Apparently they played it at the end of the concert?
 

BiggerStronger

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The setlist for the Baden-Baden show says that O (Part 2) was played as an outro tape:



I listened to the broadcast and the outro tape sounded just like the intro to Always In My Head, maybe it's actually a part of O?
 
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