M83: Klaus I Love You Meaning
Song Released: 2011
Klaus I Love You Lyrics
The meaning of this name roughly means: the victory of the people, speaking about how all of those that have been hurt by those who hate, not have been avenged by the one's who loves all, as he is not the only one to do this, but also the one that he has always loved.
I love you HAH. I will meet you again, soon, my love.
anonymous Oct 8th 2017 !⃝
It’s about Klaus Nomi.
anonymous Sep 12th 2017 !⃝
It's about standing on the edge and taking that leap of faith (when I took my leap of faith this was a song I played a lot)(that leap was worth it)
anonymous Sep 6th 2017 !⃝
I think this song is about telling someone you love them. There's many points in time in any relationship where you can say those three words. But the response is never the same. You could be telling a past lover that you still love them and they might not say it back to you. You could tell a current lover that you love them and they might not say it back. The fast and almost anxious song is about that anxiety that can come after you tell someone you love them but you don't know what they're going to say back to you and what you could only hope they will say to you.
anonymous Jul 27th 2016 !⃝
So much out there that is beautiful, but fear stops many of us from ever seeing it. We humans have the illusion of limiting ourselves to simplicity, because we feel that that is normal. This intense song is what plays through the mind of someone who finally breaks the barrier of limits. "Klaus I love you" is the rebirth and uprising of ones soul.
anonymous Mar 24th 2012 !⃝
That dream when you wake-up and you feel like you have been drying out, your throat almost hurts but you feel awesome, like a great weight has been lifted from you. The eruption of pure emotion from your soul.
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