Oh my god this website is an ancient artifact. anyway here's save yourself interpretation and relating it to party poison and this is such a mess im so sorry.
honestly im gonna have such a hard time explaining this but like i definitely hear the song of what would be poison (and probs the killjoys in general, but it be his words) battle cry to the ret of the zones before some kind of important mission or something. A lot of the song to me has the kind of like tough love/brutal honesty but also excitement and determination vibe he'd probs give.
and like it be well meaning and he'd truly believe they could win if they all got everyone together and determined ("Not a victim of a victim's life
Because this ain't a room full of suicides
We're believers, I believe tonight." And then there's this need for like general chaos, even if it is messy and shit, just to make some sort of statement so that everyone knows who they are and that they don't like what the industry stands for for the entire second verse (from 'I'll tell you all how the story ends" to "Let the walls come down, let the engines roar")
When we get to the "I'm the only friend that makes you cry
You're a heart attack in black hair dye" " and "You're the broken glass in the morning light
Be a burning star if it takes all night
So just save yourself", i could see it as him just talking to the rest of his group (kobra, jet, and ghoul) because it's more personal a bit and the save yourself is more desperation or it could be like determination to make them think they could do this.
The specific things that really reminded me of your (gee's) party poison and im just kinda reading into things probs but "We can leave this world, leave it all behind
We can steal this car if your folks don't mind
We can live forever if you've got the time" Like okay the car line im taking literally bc its like go
od intentions but your still a criminal. and the rest is just like. mostly the live forever line would be the kind of almost hope blinded by excitement and determination, maybe him buying into his own speech.