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Imogen Heap: Hide and Seek Meaning

Hide and Seek Lyrics

where are we? what the hell is going on?
the dust has only just began to fall
crop circles in the carpet, sinking, feeling
spin me around again and rub my eyes
this can't be happening
when busy streets a mess with people would stop to...

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    MPete77317
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    Sep 24th, 2006 9:07am report


    This is a pretty credible interpretation of the lyrics that I found. Just sorry I couldn't figure it out, it seems obvious now. Trains and sewing machines threw me off. She is clever!

    Interpretation in parenthesis



    where are we?
    What the hell is going on?...
    Dust has only just begun to fall,

    (a big fight recently happened between wife and husband
    and the dust is just settling and she has no idea of whats coming next)

    crop circles in the carpet
    sinking, feeling...
    Spin me around again and rub my eyes
    this can't be happening...

    (she just came home and the devastating realization hits so very hard;
    some furniture is gone (carpet crop circles),
    and unable to accept being left, the world is falling apart)

    when busy streets amess with people
    would stop to hold their heads heavy

    (if the whole world felt what she felt,
    this is what it might look like. Everything, everybody stops
    to hold their heads heavy because, nothing else matters. It looks as if all that is precious is lost
    and things will never be the same again...)

    hide and seek
    (the "game" of finding love, seeking and hoping to find it)

    trains and sewing machines
    (the trains of a wedding dress and the work it takes to make the dress and as well, a marriage)

    all those years, they were here first..
    (the breakup is happening, but our marriage, our time together happened too. It was here first before the other, and it was real and it meant something.)

    oily marks appear on walls
    where pleasure moments hung before...
    (the place where pictures and happy memories hung before, but no longer. The absents of the pictures are as painfull as if they were still hung... The poor womans life is now a sad and lonely void)

    the takeover, the sweeping insensitivity of this still life.

    (the takeover meaning being pushed aside by the other?
    The harsh cold and gray of loneliness after having known love and the loss of it.)

    hide and seek
    trains and sewing machines ...Oh, won't catch me around here...
    (i'll not play the "game" of finding love...
    I will never marry again.....)

    (and this is why... Her past experience was so brutally painful and damaging
    (can't forget, can't heal??))
    blood and tears.... They were here first

    ohm, what'd you say, mmm, that you only meant well?
    Well of course you did
    (meant well? Doesn't meaning well mean trying to fix it. We vowed to each other for better or worse.)

    ohm, what'd you say, mmm, that it's all for the best
    'cause it is
    (for the best? You're just going to throw it all away?)


    ohm, what'd you say, mmm, that it's just what we need...You decided this?
    (.... You decided this? Shouldn't we talk and both decide??

    Ohm, what'd you say, mmm, what did she say?
    (the third party... The reason all this happened)

    ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
    (love being held hostage, dangled in front with hollow words and no
    intention of trying to go back to what we had)

    mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cut-outs
    speak no feeling, no I don't believe you
    you can bet you don't care a bit...
    (saying things, words you know I want to hear but no feeling in them
    ... I know you don't care anymore. I don't believe you)

    ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
    mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cut-outs
    speak no feeling, no I don't believe you...

    You don't care a bit
    you don't care a bit
    you don't care a bit
    you don't care a bit



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    anonymous
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    Sep 21st, 2006 9:39pm report


    My first thought was that the song was about loss of a relationship. And that may be true. Then it shifts into a brand of loss that seems larger and more universal. Loss on a more public, global scale. That mix made me think that this was about 9/11, from the perpective of someone who lost a loved one, but it also outraged at the world for what it has become. A very sad song indeed and brilliant because like all powerful art, it means something different to everyone.

    However, I was so interested in seeking what imogen's motivation was for writing the lyrics, I search high and low on the net and found the following (in her own words) which speaks about the writing of the song and how she chooses to (or not to)define the meaning. When the interviewer asks her what the song means, here is her answer:

    "well, i’m not going to tell you exactly what it’s about, because I think that's part of the reason why it is not so obvious is sometimes it’s good to have those songs that really mean something very dear to you, but maybe you don’t want to speak about it to the rest of the world. But, with that one, I wrote it so quickly, the lyrics I probably wrote in about 20 minutes, which is unheard of. But I like to be clever with words and I like to make them like a puzzle, I like the words to sound interesting in the mouth and create patterns within themselves. So with that one, it just literally came out of nowhere and I found myself getting really passionate about it and it just poured out of me. There was something in my life that obviously needed to be said.

    In a broad strokes way, it’s about losing something very dear to me and how much of an impact that person had on my life and about maybe how when something awful happens to somebody else, how other people react to it. It tied in with when I went to see michael moore’s farenheit 911 and I remembered that image of george bush being told and him completeley carrying on as if nothing had happened. And I just thought that was outrageous, if I was the president I would run out of their and fucking get onto the tv and say something amazing, and he wasn’t even reading his book and he had it upside down. And I was really horrified at how selfish and awful he was, and how emotionless he was and that kind of reminded me a little bit about somebody else behind this song."



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    anonymous
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    Sep 21st, 2006 9:25am report


    In my opinion, this song reflects a combination of emotional anguish and a certain sense of disbelief/nostalgia suffered from one who has just been broken up with. The lines, "crop circles in the carpet, sinking, feeling/spin me around again and rub my eyes/this can't be happening", made me picture a a man entering his living room with some furniture having already been removed (literally creating the 'crop circles' in the carpet). I picture him standing there thinking about the good times or "pleasured moments" with his former partner, then falling to his knees, saying to himself "how did this all just happen?"

    i interpreted the "hide and seek" portion of the lyrics to illustrate just how transient a relationship can be in the grand scheme of things.

    Towards the end, you can feel that overwhelming sense of insensitivity that the one person must have felt at the end of the relationship. "mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cut outs/speak no feeling no I don't believe you" - it almost feels like it was out of the blue and as if the person who was initiating the break-up sugarcoated the whole deal with some pretense of friendship.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 22nd, 2014 3:30pm report


    What barmy suggestions!!! she clearly states what the song is about in her interview and its not aliens or the holocaust.....


    "well, i’m not going to tell you exactly what it’s about, because I think that's part of the reason why it is not so obvious is sometimes it’s good to have those songs that really mean something very dear to you, but maybe you don’t want to speak about it to the rest of the world. But, with that one, I wrote it so quickly, the lyrics I probably wrote in about 20 minutes, which is unheard of. But I like to be clever with words and I like to make them like a puzzle, I like the words to sound interesting in the mouth and create patterns within themselves. So with that one, it just literally came out of nowhere and I found myself getting really passionate about it and it just poured out of me. There was something in my life that obviously needed to be said.

    In a broad strokes way, it’s about losing something very dear to me and how much of an impact that person had on my life and about maybe how when something awful happens to somebody else, how other people react to it. It tied in with when I went to see Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 911 and I remembered that image of George Bush being told and him completely carrying on as if nothing had happened. And I just thought that was outrageous, if I was the president I would run out of their and fucking get onto the tv and say something amazing, and he wasn’t even reading his book and he had it upside down. And I was really horrified at how selfish and awful he was, and how emotionless he was and that kind of reminded me a little bit about somebody else behind this song."



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    anonymous
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    Jun 3rd, 2012 6:32am report


    Oil is highly flammable. This represents how precarious her life is. If oil is on the walls, she cannot make a spark. A spark may be love, or it may be everyday life. It can represent how she can no longer live in the house that she shared with her partner.



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    anonymous
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    Jun 2nd, 2012 6:27am report


    This song is CLEARLY about a robot takeover on earth, you dont have to be a genius to figure it out...

    Where are we?
    What the hell is going on?
    (lost, confused in the alien world the protagonist has found herself in)
    The dust has only just begun to fall
    (the takeover has just finished, robots have taken over the humans as the dominant species and are building their society)
    Crop circles in the carpet
    (crop circles refers to the alien nature of the new world but also the destruction of the "carpet"(old human civilization, carpet symbolizing intergeated and structured))
    Sinking feeling
    (protagonist realizes the old way of life is gone and they have lost everything)

    Spin me around again and rub my eyes
    This can't be happening
    (protagonist shows disbelief, cannot believe what has happened)
    When busy streets a mess with people
    Would stop to hold their heads heavy
    (thoughts about life before the takeover, this is shown by the use of past tense. People would be saddened by the loss of human civilization (heads heavy))

    Hide and seek
    (life is now a game of hide and seek for the protagonist, constantly running from the robot police)
    Trains and sewing machines
    (she doesn't understand the robots and derogatorily refers to them as "trains and sewing machines")
    All those years
    They were here first
    (all the years of human civilization were here before the robots, protagonist feels angry that the robots took her life away from her and uses the defense that humans were here first so deserve to control earth)

    Oily marks appear on walls
    Where pleasure moments hung before
    (robots use the old human houses and the pictures of family and friends ("pleasure moments") have been destroyed. Oil refers to the robots leaving oily residue everywhere)
    The takeover, the sweeping insensitivity
    (the destruction and takeover of the human race by robots, was obviously insensitive)
    Of this still life
    (present tense refers to post-takeover, robots are referred to as "still" as in lifeless)

    Hide and seek
    Trains and sewing machines
    (after this line are also the words "you won't catch me around here". This obviously refers to the avoidance of robot police by the protagonist.)
    Blood and tears
    They were here first
    (blood and tears were here first, obviously robots have neither. Reference to pre-takeover civilization)

    Mm what'cha say?
    Mm, that you only meant well
    (the robots only meant to increase productivity and help out the humans but ended up destroying their civilization)
    Well of course you did
    (sarcasm)


    Mm what'cha say?
    Mm that it's all for the best
    (that robots are more efficient than humans and their society is better)
    Of course it is
    (more sarcasm)

    Mm what'cha say?
    Mm that it's just what we need
    (robots were needed to keep up with growing human demand but it got out of hand and they took over)
    You decided this?
    (reference to robot thought process, the robots can now think for themselves)

    Mm what'cha say?
    Mm what did you say?
    (reference to all the people who promoted robots in the human times)

    Ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
    Mid-sweet-talk newspaper word cutouts (paper word cutouts)
    (robots have no feelings, what they say is fabricated and lifeless like ransom notes)
    Speak no feeling; no, I don't believe you
    (robots cannot convey feeling, protagonist doesn't believe them because they have no feeling or emotion in what they say)
    You don't care a bit
    You don't care a bit
    (robots are incapeable of caring)

    When you put the evidence together, it's clear this song is about the robot takeover of the world.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 7th, 2012 4:13pm report


    When listening to this I think about a society in war with another. The bombs of one landed on the other right when people were in their daily routines. The places where factory workers of textile mills lived were raided and abandoned. In this I imagine two survivors talking about this, when one says "They were here first" (meaning the other society had rights of passage to the territory). This upsets the other survivor, they continue their talk and the first survivor tries to justify it.
    The last part I imagine somone taking somone dear to one of the survivors, preferrably the 2nd (one who objects). This somone taken is being held by many others at ransome. Finally the line "you don't care a bit" whould refer to the 1st survivors lack of care for the second survivors dear freind/love



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    anonymous
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    Dec 22nd, 2011 12:00pm report


    i just have to say i full-heartedly agree with the alien interpretation of this song. that's clearly what it's about. here is my proof:
    "where are we what the hell is going on?"-- alien spacecraft crashed and now the aliens are confused
    "the dust...feeling"-- the aliens were upset with other aliens on their home planet and they left,(very recently i might add)but upon crashing realized they didn't actually want to leave their planet
    "spin me round again...heads heavy"-- the aliens are still shocked by the crash and the seriousness of their situation but now people are staring at them(who wouldn't? i mean aliens just crashed)
    "hide and seek...here first"-- the "hide and seek" part refers to the aliens running from their pasts and then trying to get back to them "trains and sewing machines" is, of course, our technology, and "they were here first" is in reference to us being here for so long and the aliens not knowing about it
    "oily marks...still life"-- things were great but now the people are being hostile to the aliens so the aliens complain of the insensitivity of that and state that even though they're different than us they are "still life"
    "hide and seek...here first"-- "hide and seek" now referring to the aliens running from hostile people "you won't catch me around here" saying they're going to put up a fight "blood and tears" it's going to be a bloody, messy fight and "they were here first" this time refers to the people who originally saw the aliens who could testify that they are harmless but who chose to remain silent
    "Mm whatcha say..."-- aliens arguing against the people that what's best is for the aliens to be eliminated instead of helped
    "ransom notes...word cutouts"-- everyone is against the aliens, they're all looking for them. some people try to get on their good side with bribery and what not
    "speak no feeling...you don't care a bit" and so on through the rest of the song-- the people don't give a damn about the well-being of the aliens and so on.

    i think we can all agree that this song is NOT about aliens. my point with this is to prove that this song can't be analyzed with just one definition-- i think this song is meant to be interpreted differently by every person who hears it, so that it's more meaningful to them alone.



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    anonymous
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    Nov 30th, 2011 11:40pm report


    I thought the meaning was the Holocaust.

    Were are we, What the hell is going on?
    (The holocaust starts and its scary and people are wondering what the hell is going on)
    Dust has only just begun to form,

    (This is just the start of it)

    crop circles in the carpet
    sinking, feeling...
    Spin me around again and rub my eyes
    this can't be happening...

    (The Jewish are being attacked and cant believe whats going on)

    when busy streets a mess with people
    would stop to hold their heads heavy

    (They were rushed in the streets everyday for Nazis to take their old or sick)

    hide and seek
    (They would try to hide)

    trains and sewing machines
    (They were shipped on trains and they had to work in sewing factories)

    all those years, they were here first..
    (The Jewish were hear first)

    oily marks appear on walls
    where pleasure moments hung before...
    (The absence of happiness in the homes that they once had)

    the takeover, the sweeping insensitivity of this still life.
    (You have to continue life even though its hard)

    hide and seek
    trains and sewing machines ...Oh, won't catch me around here...
    (You won't catch me working for the Nazis)

    blood and tears.... They were here first
    (They cried a lot, and blood was shed)

    ohm, what'd you say, mmm, that you only meant well?
    Well of course you did
    (Hitler said it was for the best)

    ohm, what'd you say, mmm, that it's all for the best
    'cause it is
    (Dying)


    ohm, what'd you say, mmm, that it's just what we need...You decided this
    (To send us here)

    Ohm, what'd you say, mmm, what did she say?
    ("She" confuses me on this part i think a camp director)

    ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
    (Being held captive)

    mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cut-outs
    speak no feeling, no I don't believe you
    you don't care a bit...
    (He said things he did not do, and they do not believe him anymore)

    ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
    mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cut-outs
    speak no feeling, no I don't believe you...
    (He speaks with no sincerity)

    You don't care a bit
    you don't care a bit
    you don't care a bit
    you don't care a bit
    (He doesn't care about the Jewish)



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    anonymous
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    Nov 21st, 2011 11:36pm report


    I think it is about the Native Americans. It begins by the Americans running away and not realizing where they are and the "dust is just begun to fall" symbolizes a battle just started. When there are "crop circles in the carpet" shows that the Indians were kicked out of their homes.Then the Natives can't realize what is going on so they go into a depressed state. People nowadays realize what they have done and can "stop and hold their heads heavy."Hide and Seek represents the Pilgrims looking for the Indians. Trains and sewing machines most likely symbolize the industrial revolution which could just symbolize in general a revolution occurring. "All those years. They were here first" shows the length of time the Natives were here and then the English kicked them out; they were here first. "Oily marks" illustrate the Natives in their barbaric state before the "takeover". "Whatcha say? That you only meant well, well of course you did." displays the Natives thoughts after they were betrayed because they were originally in allegiance with the English but the English had to takeover because it was for "the best". "It's just what we need, you decided this."...it is just cruel. The English didn't "care about them" after they had gotten what they had wanted.



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    anonymous
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    Nov 15th, 2011 11:10am report


    I think this song is about the Native Americans being forced from their land and killed and reduced to small numbers on small tracts of land far from their original land. They were also told they should change their religion but the followers of that religion were the ones killing them and taking their land and possessions.

    Think about the lyrics:
    "They were here first"
    "You don't care a bit"
    Trains and sewing machines she says you won't see her around them - because they represent replacement of real human weavers and clothing artisans, and loud trains and tracks going through their land.



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    anonymous
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    Nov 2nd, 2011 11:58pm report


    This song seems to have many different meanings for different people, and I believe that it takes true talent to incorporate the passion and universality in this song. For myself in particular, I believe that this song could be representing the distant and unhappy civilization we are creating. Technology, the trains and sewing machines, which were made to help humans with simple tasks, have evolved into things that may hurt us as people. Cell phones, Facebook, among other things are taking away the personal relationships we could have with people. "All the years they were here first" and "blood and tears they were here first" could represent that the years of extra work and blood and tears were here first and had purpose. "Heads held heavy" could be the effect of taking the shortcut and losing our self-worth. I'm not sure, but this is what I feel from the song.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 14th, 2011 10:14pm report


    The lyrics remind me of what Anne Frank would sing. Seriously, it fits perfectly. It sounds like the Nazi invasion of a jewish home. WTH is going on? Hide and seek. They send her to differet camps by train and put her to work on sewing machines.They take over with sweeping insensitivity. All those years they were here first. What'd you say? that you only meant well. What'd you say thats its all for the best? U decided this! U don't care a bit. Thumbs up if you realized this too.



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    Ak46
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    Sep 26th, 2011 9:48pm report


    Like a lot of the other commenters, I originally got "jilted lover" out of this song. However, I read that Imogen herself said that the song is about losing someone, and is directed at an outsider who has been insensitive about that loss. Upon deeper consideration, I don't think this explanation makes much sense, except in one possible case: that this song is about a miscarriage.

    The first lines "where are we..." - "...going on?" refer to the disorientation she experiences as she is rushed through medical procedures during the miscarriage. Many women pass out or become delusional from pain (or from painkillers), and often don't understand at first what is going on, besides that they are bleeding. Once the flurry of activity is over and the "dust begins to fall", she has to deal with the knowledge that she has lost her unborn child. The lines "sinking feeling..." "...this can't be happening" deal with her coming to grips with the loss after the disorienting experience of the miscarriage. The lines about the busy streets and the people outside refer to the surreal perception that life goes on outside.

    "Hide and seek, trains and sewing machines" have obviously maternal connotations. Hide and seek is a child's game, trains are typical toys, and sewing machines refer to sewing and mending children's clothes. "All those years, they were here first" can be interpreted as her deep feelings of loss for all of the years she was looking forward to with her child. Later "they were here first" is replaced with "they lived here before". This is hard to describe, but you can feel her loss. In a way, those years were already living inside of her before their potential to be fulfilled was taken away.

    "Oily marks appear on walls, where pleasure moments hung before" This could mean one of two things. Either, it refers to her bedroom where she and her partner used to make love, and where she became pregnant, but which sickens her now because she can't imagine it without it being dirtied by the thought of her miscarriage, sullying her relationship. It could also indicate (along with "crop circles in the carpet") the places in the nursery where baby things have been removed (cribs, decorations).

    I think "ransom notes..." "newspaper word cut-outs" refer to the jarring, impersonal and horrible things people say when reacting to a miscarriage. People are frequently insensitive to the emotional pain caused by the loss of a desired pregnancy. Frequently, people will mistakenly try to comfort someone who has just miscarried by saying that it was "for the best" and that they shouldn't have been having a baby/weren't ready in the first place ("it's just what we need, you decided this"). The whole "Mm whatchya say?" verse indicates this pretty clearly. Finally she ends with "I don't believe you/you don't care a bit". If the loss were of a real person, most people would care, even if they did not know that person. However, with the loss of a pregnancy, the child isn't really "real" to them yet in the way it is to the mother.

    Anyway, that's what I got out of it, and now it's making me tear up!



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    anonymous
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    Sep 20th, 2011 9:54pm report


    I have studied the holocaust and personally to me this song reminds me of the holocaust. "Where are we, what the hell is going on" when the jews were forced to the heart throbbing tourchure and concentration camps. "Hide and seek" from hiding of the jews to the nazis. And of course they were travled by trains and giving work of sewing machines. This song speaks for itself and is is absolutly amazing!

    I'm honestly confused on how its relatable to 9/11. 9 11 was about an attack maybe if I read the lyrics bette, I'll understand. But from now. I'm with the holocaust. 6 Million Jews.....



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    anonymous
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    Sep 13th, 2011 9:17pm report


    In my mind, I picture a young mistress who has just moved into her lover's home as his family is now gone.

    The reality of what she has done has suddenly gripped her and come alive. These were real people with a real life and it is destroyed. She can see where the furniture was and where people walked. She can see where happy family pictures hung. I think trains and sewing machines are kids and a wife. They were there first.

    I think that the mmm...whatcha say part signifies the horror and anger she now feels in all of this, particularly with the hard hit on the c in "course." She realizes she was a part of it, but that he decided everyone's fate. When she changes to what did *she* say, to me it signifies an understanding that there was another woman, another human, and now she wonders about her.

    Leading to the end where I think she realizes that a man who would leave his wife and kids is empty and soul-less and will say whatever she wants to hear to keep her, but really there is no feeling behind it. I think she knows he'll do it to her one day, too.



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    anonymous
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    Aug 20th, 2011 8:04pm report


    I recently found out that the song is about the Holocaust, if you think about it makes more sense than being about a relationship..



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    anonymous
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    Aug 15th, 2011 8:34pm report


    It's about this woman in war. I've gone through and read a whole lote of interpretations, -Even MPete77317's, which I thought accurate for it's meaning- but I still agree with one I saw on a different website. It didn't give a whole lot but I thought about it and filled the rest in with what I thought was right.

    Where are we? What the hell is going on?
    (She doesn't understand what's happening around her)
    The dust has only just begun to form.
    (Bombs are everywhere and people are dying)
    Crop circles in the carpet
    (Not sure about this part yet)
    Sinking feeling...
    (Pretty obvious)
    Spin me round again, and rub my eyes this can't be happening.
    (She's in doubt that this is killing everyone and wishes it wasn't real)
    When busy streets a mess with people to hold their heads heavy...
    (Everyone is running from trouble and people are holding their heads heavy because they had a part in starting this and feel bad that their loved ones are dying because of what they've done)
    Hide and seek (Try to find the others before they find you)
    Trains and sewing machines (She took trains to get places, and she sewed before the war)
    All those years, they were here first.
    (Fighting for what wasn't yours in the first place)
    Oily marks appear on walls where pleasure moments hung before.
    (Not sure about oily marks but pleasure moments= pictures of joyous times)
    The takeover (Obvious)
    The sweeping insensitivity of this still life... (Nobody notices that this is not for good, that it is killing you, loved ones, and you won't be any greater at the end of the war)
    Hide and seek (See first chorus)
    Trains and sewing machines (See 1st chorus)
    Blood and tears (This is what she sees every day because people are dying and their loved ones or friends cry over it)
    They were here first (See 1st chorus)

    Mmm whatcha say? Mmm that you only meant well... Well of course you did (The war leader just wanted to succeed and takeover... not that big a deal... -_-)
    Mmm whatcha say? Mmm that it's all for the best because it is. (This is only going to help us.... Yeah right!)
    Mmm whatcha say? Mmmmmm... that it's just what we need (We need this war to excel and rule over to show them we are confident in ourselves!)
    You decided this(The war leader is who got them into this)
    Whatcha say? Oohooo.... What did she say? (This is showing it's a FEMALE fighting in this war and being brave... that's all i got for that)
    Ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
    Mid sweet talk(confused on both lines) newspaper word cut-outs. (This war's so big it's going in the newspapers and going on people's walls, concerned about fighters)
    Speak no feeling no I don't believe you.
    You don't care a bit, you don't care a bit. (Nobody understands or cares about her).............

    From here on to the end of the song is in there, just repeated. I have nothing against the ones in war but I just don't like it one bit. This is what kills a fourth of the world and I know much about losing lost ones to the war. I wish for them to come home and be happy with what we already have. We can be tourists, and go to beautiful places and share cultures, but we can't get along?! I find it terrible. I repeat, I have nothing against soldiers or their leaders, because who we are in the present day have nothing with how it started.

    This is how I see the song, and feel it should be shared. :)



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Til It's Gone
Kenny Chesney
Play Ball
AC/DC
Anything Goes
Florida Georgia Line