And the words are supposed to be “She’s got THAT something…” but the two boys are swallowing that last T and all I keep hearing is “She’s got the something…” It still sort of makes sense. Until you get the translated version. Then the words of the song do not focus on telling you what that “Something” is. It becomes two boys talking about the kind of men they are and how they act towards girls who approach them. I’m still waiting for them to tell me what the hell that something is! And while the music was unique like this, I couldn’t help but note that I wanted to sing EXO’s Growl along with it. As if the tone and intonation without the instruments were basically the same. It was a telling moment when right after “She’s got the something…” “…nae eurorong, eurorong, eurorong dae…” seems to make perfect sense. It means that EXO could have sung this song and be okay. It means that SM isn’t thinking about the individual color of their bands and groups anymore. That’s disappointing.
Obviously, that’s a reference to their 10 years in the business. The dual staircase though, while grand, seems to refer to two coming together and meeting at the same point, that huge X. The next thing that caught my eyes were the ropes.
Are the boys trying to say something? Like they feel like they’re tied up and feel like puppets controlled by so many people who make it seem like they are holding them up, but really restricting their movements? Hmmm. Bears thinking about, right?
Are the two trying to copy the concept? Because Jaejoong went with the Japanese rock feel, they went towards Jazzed Big Band feel. Including tattoos on their necks and hands. Interesting. I don’t think this will go over very well, but nice try.
They pass this panel of three muses on their way into the jazz club. Note that there are three muses. There are only two men in TVXQ. Two women would have been fine, right? The muses’ eyes follow them in. Then on their way out..
I would really like for that to happen.
Note: I do not own any of these images. They all came from various places on the Internet. The opinion and speculations are mine, though.