Interpretations:Alphabet Lost And Found

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Interpretation 1[edit]

Objects are their titles. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 22:44, 28 March 2005

Interpretation 2[edit]

I like to think of it as a comment on Internet/text message speak. People keep missing out parts of words, which end up at the alphabet lost and found (I grant that this doesn't really hold up when you think about it, but I like it) - DefMon

Interpretation 3[edit]

This song might be about how letters are so important. If there were no letters, how would we be able to read stuff? You'd have to draw stuff to send messages, no math things (math is made of mostly digits but you get the idea). Without them, the people in the video are sad. -- Buzzmusic100 ("Keep your voice down...")

Important thing[edit]

We need letters. We need numbers. We need music. We need earth. We need the sun. We need everything. Without is an error. BlockyCuzco 17:54, 25 October 2011 (EDT)

Interpolation 4[edit]

this kind of corruption of map-territory relation reminds me of some of the more abstract scp wiki writings, e.g. (i don't remember which page) an effect that scrambles signifier and signified such that agent something is recognized to be a stapler, and a stapler is recognized to be the cadaver of agent something, and also a recurring plot on there where containment of some anomaly fails and starts affecting society at large and the foundation has to sweep things up (which would be like setting up the previously unknown "alphabet lost and found" here). separately, the line "Crowds of people, animals, and incomplete words" brings the implication that some things with the letters taken out of their words lose their signified aspect entirely and are only identifiable as the signifier, as the mangled word that represents them, which i find pretty disturbing. this is a kid's song obviously so i wasn't prepared to take it too seriously, but the need for a loudspeaker to deal with the commotion in the alphabet lost-and-found came off as surprisingly realistic --Ncrecc (talk) 02:45, 19 June 2022 (EDT)