Alan Parsons Project: Eye In The Sky Meaning
Song Released: 1982
Eye In The Sky Lyrics
Don't try turnin' tables instead
You've taken lots of chances before
But I ain't gonna give anymore
Don't ask me
That's how it goes
Cause part of me knows what you're thinkin'
Don't say words you're gonna...
anonymous Jul 5th, 7:39pm report
It's about a relationship, I have a link that talks about the song to the group and they never mentioned anything about he book or big brother. I have the link here.
anonymous Jun 28th, 6:47pm report
Always got the fealing it was as if God's words to humanity were being relayed to us in music by a man of the cloth, in this case someone known as a parson.
anonymous Jan 21st, 2015 1:34pm report
He's singing about the "Eye of Horus" which is also the picture on the album cover itself.
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anonymous Apr 23rd, 2012 4:28pm report
This is obviously about a romantic relationship and how the woman cheated and/or lied and convinced the man that her lies were true. He fell for the lies for so long, but found out she was being false later on and gave her another chance, but she only lied again. It's obvious how much the man loved the woman, which is why he became so gullible. this is a very deep and powerful song that expresses the emotions attached to being lied to in a relationship beautifully.
anonymous Jun 5th, 2011 6:18pm report
Can't on quick search find this but must be out there. They've read the 1957 science fiction novel by Philip K. Dick, "I am the eye in the sky, looking at you, I can read your mind." Read the novel, and it will all make sense.
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