Muse: Explorers Meaning
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To seek the new and unknown
This planet's overrun
There's nothing left for you or for me
Don't give in, we can
Walk through the fields
And feeling nature's glow
But all the land is owned
There's none left for you or for...
anonymous Oct 31st, 2012 10:44pm report
The song is about lamenatnig crops and abused nature. Matt shows his concern about industrial growth and business greed. The song is made in the sense of not belonging in your own world. It was nearly called alien explorers- alien referring to feeling like an alien in your own planet. The song is about the intense desire to grow and expland, and how eventually there will be more used land than nature. Its also about the outrage of people being able to own places like Niagra, and then do whatever they want with the place- like kick all the natives out. They feel this is an injustice of the law.
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