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The satirical "Light Up My Room" disapproves of polluting our backyards in the name of progress. The singer gives his wayward woman a second chance, pledging to support her ("Call and Answer"). On "Some Fantastic (Ivory and Ivory)," he longs to be reunited with a love. The sweet lullaby "When You Dream" ponders a newborn baby's nocturnal visions.
Rejected by a beautiful girl, a man rambles on about strangulation and says, "If I had a gun, there'd be no tomorrow" ("I'll Be That Girl"). Depending on how teens interpret it, "Alcohol" could either be condemning or praising drunkenness. "In the Car" recalls one man's adolescent sexual exploration in graphic detail. Trying to find nobility in laziness, "Never Is Enough" conveys a fatalistic lack of ambition.
This band jumps from frenetic stream of consciousness, to '60s pop stylings, to poetic commentary. Nice variety. But inconsistent lyrics sabotage Stunt. Young fans should sample CCM artist Randy Stonehill.