Metallica: The Unnamed Feeling Meaning
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Song Released: 2004
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The Unnamed Feeling Lyrics
Been here before, Couldn't say I liked it
But do I start writing all this down?
Just let me plug you into my world
Can't you help me be uncrazy?
Name this for me, Heat the cold air
Take the chill off of my life
anonymous Mar 25th, 2012 3:27am report
Today, i sit here with dog. she has decomposing neck syndrome which crucial organ for attaching head to torso. sorrow awashing my demeanor. have to squirt bad smelling spray deep into the cavern. owning a dog not easy always. i can't name the feeling between disgust & sympathy so i listen to this song named Unnamed Feeling...
I post grunge meaning all across web & speedy hair metal reigns. i attempt to know a genre. follow me online somehow. women love thrash too and i had a mullet years before it became popular. i think metallica make funny joke with title. we know he love whimsy by naming an album "Puppeteering Man". he labeling his emotions and communicating them at us in very loud & clear manner in much of lyrics. at same time he inform us (via title and lyrically in spots) that he not able to name his feelings. he sound very wounded and filled anguish. this my friends, is an actual man.
I believe the number one problem metallica has is major denial that he an emotionally aware being. why he do this to us? perhaps this stems from a chronic love of the attention pain & trauma bring to him. ventriloquists can be dramatic. throughout a great deal of lyrics he accurately depict his opinions & sentiments. maybe he being smart & cute by telling us his "feeling" is unnamed as he simultaneously describe it very vividly. he being goofy yet virile. or perhaps his feelings are so unspeakably atrocious he think he shouldn't name them even though he do. why? sometimes people have been taught to believe that painful emotion are not very important and/or should be ignore. or that be angry-sad is unattractive or unstudly. the contrary. name them, shout out, feel wee better. happening for this metallica he thinks by leaving his feelings unnamed have less of a hold on him. problem with this is churn his misery & rage. possibly what he wants. some people love wallowing in grief great lengths at time. even when have clarity and closure mourn constantly. types people high-maintenance. no matter, he have trouble letting go which fosters cycle of rotten despair.. churn lyrics and makes him money. he only after money should feel great, but he doesn't unless he liar to us. he have munchausen by proxy onto hisself. i command you be sick, me!
If metallica admit his denial regarding fully knowing the names of his feelings, he eventually heal. seem his song is him want to make money or appear incredibly muscular through trying to get us think about what he trying tell us by not naming his feelings. even though he a huge liar about inability to name his emotions, he be positive and hardy by letting others/us know that he feel a precise sadness of extreme and that definitely an erect strength than weakness. my real boy tell me he scared his face get rip off by bobcat and admit fear to me and that be sign of rugged man. other boy say when you show cry that you are strong, not pussy. he be heroic baby quite often. my spawn learn about telling & showing emotion and that masculine. metallica helps men with feeling but name your feeling metallica. no secrets. i just read over my review & this the only one i've ever understood partially. to sum up i say metallica work hard for all men's emotional rights to be human. thank you for unnamed song big silly manly muppet liar. it's okay i name-call cuz i don't work for goldman sachs :) tending the dog neck my job.
anonymous Mar 14th, 2012 3:49pm report
You are totally right, i'm an ocd sufferer, and this songs totally shows how it feels during a crisis. It is the best description of the anxiety someone with ocd feels.
If you watch the video, it looks like it is about anxiety & panic disorders...things of that nature. Which is kind of funny because before I had ever seen the video, that's what I thought it was about because I have horrible anxiety & panic attacks. It really is an "Unnamed Feeling."
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