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Duran Duran: The Chaffeur Meaning


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The Chaffeur Lyrics

Out on the tar plains the glides are moving
All looking for a new place to hide
You sit beside me so newly charming
Sweating dewdrops glisten freshing your side

And the sun drips down bedding heavy behind
The front of your dress all...

  1. anonymous
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    Jun 15th 2014 report

    The song written by simon le bon as poetry, several years before "Rio" was even begun..

  2. anonymous
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    Jan 23rd 2011 report

    The line see blule silver is a remembered line from a book read by Le Bon in childhood. I think it probably refers to red shift by alan garner as this was about time travel and the phrase blue silver was used often in the book.

  3. Duran Fan
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    Nov 18th 2005 report

    Simon LeBon's commentary of The Chaffeur in the Live From London DVD claims, that, the line, "sing blue silver", was a memory he had of a childhood book. It was about time travel, and when sombody would travel through time, they would, "see blue silver".

  4. Duran Fan
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    Aug 29th 2005 report

    The Chaffeur was written from the perspective of a taxi cab driver who falls in love with his passenger.

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