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SuspiciousMinds

Jukebox track

Suspicious Minds is a terran track composed by Mark James[1] and performed by The Bourbon Cowboys[2] and Chris Metzen.

In-UniverseEdit

Suspicious Minds is an old Earth folk tune, considered a traditional song in the Koprulu sector. A remake was done by The Bourbon Cowboys as an anti-Terran Dominion propaganda song. According to music critic Humbert H., it is a song that remains true to the values of the band, specifically bourbon and white-hot hatred toward the Terran Dominion. The Terran Dominion later banned the song. The song was later added to the album Revolution Overdrive: Songs of Liberty, compiling the greatest anti-Dominion songs of the sector.[1]

LyricsEdit

We're caught in a trap.
I can't walk out.
Because I love you too much baby.

Why can't you see.
What you're doing to me.
When you don't believe a word I say?

We can't go on together.
With suspicious minds.
And we can't build our dreams.
On suspicious minds.

So, if an old friend I know.
Drops by to say hello.
Would I still see suspicion in your eyes?

Here we go again.
Asking where I've been.
You can't see these tears are real.
I'm crying.

We can't go on together.
With suspicious minds.
And we can't build our dreams.
On suspicious minds.

Oh let our love survive.
Or dry the tears from your eyes.
Let's don't let a good thing die.

When honey, you know.
I've never lied to you.
Mmm yeah, yeah.

We're caught in a trap.
I can't walk out.
Because I love you too much baby.

Why can't you see.
What you're doing to me.
When you don't believe a word I say.

We're caught in a trap.
I can't walk out.
Because I love you too much baby.

Don't you know I'm caught in a trap.
I can't walk out.
Because I love you too much baby.

Don't you know I'm caught in a trap.
I can't walk out.
Because I love you too much baby.

Don't you know I'm caught in a trap.
I can't walk out.
Because I love you too much baby.

Game EffectEdit

The track can be played by the Hyperions jukebox.[2]

NotesEdit

"Revolution Overdrive" also contained a "Black Label" version of the song, a slower tempo and Chris Metzen singing with less musical accompaniment.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 StarCraft II Revolution Overdrive. Blizzard Entertainment. Accessed 2011-09-12.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Blizzard Entertainment. StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. (Activision Blizzard). PC. Jukebox (in English). 2010.