Interpretations:Night Security

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Flans worked as a student as a Night Security Guard and it was here that he learned to play and practicethe guitar. The genius of the song of is the inversion of what one imagine to be as very depressing job into a occupation of joy and bliss. The Night Security Guard is totally fulfilled, and one suspects Flans is projecting the optimism that he felt as a student for conquering the world. Flans' arrangement is brilliant and the use of the bass voice vocalist inspired. Wasted on the obscure Mono Puff album, this is the effect Flans wanted to achieve on the flawed "Oh do no forsake me" of John Henry. Would easily make the top 20 of songs written by Flans. (Mr Tuck)

The singer longs to be a Night Security guard. He wants to be solitary and mysterious. He wants a job where he's all alone so he can sing all throughout work. He also likes the idea having a lot of keys, controlling locks and access beyond them. The deep voice complements the lonely, isolated feel of the song. --Pandastan 18:30, 16 Jan 2006 (EST)

This song reminds me of Metal Detector and Dog Walker in the way that all three of these songs are about someone who is a little too enthusiastic about their titular two word activities, and two of the three have irregularly pitched vocals. Just a little observation. --DoubleDenial (talk) 21:43, 17 January 2020 (EST)