Bring Me the Horizon: Shadow Moses Meaning
Song Released: 2013
Shadow Moses Lyrics
Can you tell from the look in our eyes?
(we're going nowhere)
We live our lives like we're ready to die
(we're going nowhere)
I thought I buried you and covered the tracks
You'll have to take this with your cold dead hands
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous Mar 3rd 2015 !⃝
i believe its more about something youve ran from pr denied for so long that you finaly stood up to or accepted. like a bully or a drug addiction. "can you tell from the look in our eyes, we're goin nowhhere" saying either standing up to the bully and not running or saying u realize that youve tried to escape your addiction but its got control of you. " i slipped through the cracks and you caved in my ceiling" is representing that youve ran but it kept following. just my thoughts.
2TOP RATED#2 top rated interpretation:anonymous Apr 2nd 2018 !⃝
Its all about depression and anxiety, something most people have on some level, and the lyrics speak to the audience in the chorus (u n me) and then speak to himself at other times, more soecifically, his depressed self since depression changes your thoughts deelings and attitude and can almost be thought of as a 2nd side of yourself.
As stated in other songs like Happy Song, depression keeps coming back, its like youre running ib circles, trying to get rid of depression is like chasing the horizon. And in this song, he thought he got over depression, and buried that side of himself (as in a respectdul parting & laying to rest of the dead, metaphorically) and i would guess the tracks are all the depressive behaviors. But, risen from the dead, you cant kill a part of you thats already dead inside. Its sepiternal, depression will always come back, every now and then we get this feeling, and a big void inside us opens up. This is sepiternal, like a carousel, running around in circles. Will we ever see the end? We're going nowhere.
anonymous May 27th 2020 !⃝
The first thoughts i had about this song was guy with an addiction to a lover that won't let go, making him want to end it all.
This is about buying the memory of child hood abuse and one day you remember and it now is with you and you can't stop thinking about it and you quicky crumble letting it consume you and start to cut numb start to have extrem rage ..our eyes look empty and hollow look at his eyes we have no sparkle in our eyes ..I remembered my abuse at 40
anonymous Feb 27th 2016 !⃝
He's owned by the illuminati...there's no escape. Most of the illuminati pawns have multiple personalities and fight to figure this all out. I think a lot of the lyrics in many of the songs are asking for help or a way out and trying to warn others. Just my take.
anonymous Aug 1st 2015 !⃝
This song is about having another identity. Like you have 2 sides of you, one that you hide and one that you show. This song is about the other side surfacing, but it's not necessarily good.
anonymous Dec 19th 2014 !⃝
Ya I'd agree with everyone else , the person/problem he's trying to escape is left open to interpretation ... but its probably depression or some form of mental anguish he feels he cannot be freed from ... 'You can run but you'll never escape,over and over' . He feels helpless against his demons because everytime he buries them they simply rise from the dead ... 'I thought I buried you' . Whatever issue is being dealt with in the song its open for the listener to adapt their own situation to it . For example, If you are depressed, this song will be about depression.
anonymous Sep 12th 2014 !⃝
I think this song is simply about depression and falling for it again.
anonymous Aug 3rd 2014 !⃝
I think this song is about dealing with your say disorder or something about u that u don't like that will be their forever
" this is sempiternal will we ever see the end??" That it will always be their and your asking yourself will it ever stop I love this song and the lyrics just speak to u xx
anonymous Jan 13th 2014 !⃝
Once again, here's another song about this mysterious character that shared a rather "cold-romance" with Oli. Unlike many songs about convincing people to let go of her, "Shadow Moses" contains abstract impressions of anguish and resentment. "I thought I buried you, and covered the tracks" states the metaphorical terms of forgetting or letting her go. Oli claims "she has cold-dead hands", "she clamped to his shirt when slipping through the cracks" and that method or place he buried her was where "sin could never die", or the pain she gave him was unforgivable. He further exclaims that he doesn't "want to rise from the dead", he doesn't want to deal with her ever again; it seems there is no peace in his life with her; it's just sempiternal.
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