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M83: Intro Meaning

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Song Released: 2011


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Intro Lyrics

We didn't need a story, we didn't need a real world
We just had to keep walking
And we became the stories, we became the places
We were the lights, the deserts, the faraway worlds
We were you before you even existed

Carry on, carry on,...

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    anonymous
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    Apr 17th, 2019 4:41pm report


    It's about carrying on in life, supporting, helping each other, etc.

    Regarding the first comment, leaders having many wives? men are polygamous in nature and many are monogamous also. So you are not from Northern America, thanks for the advise, people can go back to their country and live safely. Share your knowledge to the news reporters, social media, etc. Mention to your HAH or HH and tell him/her to see your interpretations here.

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    TheDuplicate
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    Apr 17th, 2019 4:50pm report


    The songs in this album: Hurry Up We're Dreaming... are from a vision that either Anthony from M83 had or by someone else describing the love and experience of the glowing eye girl and the blue shirt boy. This also includes 6 or 7 leaders with at least 3 wives.

    The short form of this vision is explained in: Midnight City, Reunion, and Wait.

    The other songs are in chronological order of the exact choices and actions that the boy and possibly even the girl will make to live and to find eachother once again.

    Others like "This Bright Flash" describe an event that is to happen that the two have no control over.

    This is also a warning to all living in North America. I implore you to leave as soon as you are able to, for something catastrophic will happen, and soon after the world will become one, just as the boy and girl will.




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