Neil Young: Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) Meaning
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Song Released: 1979
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anonymous Jan 3rd, 2018 1:13pm report
It's clearly about how dolphins struggle with homosexuality.
anonymous Feb 2nd, 2019 2:59am report
You guys are funny ! True a good song writer would say something so strange anyone can relate but I think out of the blue an into the black is death you can’t come back , Johnny dies , but the rock lives on the song lives as long as we don’t stop singing
anonymous Jan 13th, 2019 1:11am report
In 1819, North Maxwell Pyke Invited Susie Randall, Ben Harper And Bruce Davidson Over To His Home In North Carolina, Part Earth, And Part Venus, Tobacco Was Later Accepted.
anonymous Jul 18th, 2018 7:04am report
I imagine the song being about a person with depression who struggles with self harm and (out of the blue and into the black) states to me that persons struggles are worsening and are becoming a danger to themselves.
anonymous Jan 26th, 2018 1:17pm report
About making you think about the foolishness of gambling with your life and mind, by tripping on hard drugs to the point of burning yourself out into the black[ness] of space. Which could turn out to be a form of Hell. That you cannot comeback from when you die there. Overdosing on smack or whatever. Going from 'out of the blue and into the black'. Unless you think your somekind of a good gambler like was our Lord and King, Jesus Christ. Who is not forgotten in order to restore our faith and give hope to the living. A little like what the boss said once, by when ''everything dies, baby, that's a fact, but maybe everything that dies someday comes back''.
anonymous Aug 24th, 2017 8:05pm report
rock n roll will never die because its an ideology as old as mankind, the ideology that shakes its fist at God and says "Ill do it my way, not yours". Its sung about in our own lives, in our choices, in our rebellion, in our rejection of God and His ways... for ours.
anonymous Jul 27th, 2017 7:31am report
If you go looking for the darkside you will find it. Your interpretation is not even close. Its about life and all the bullshit e face and how the average man has to struggle against the wealthy.
anonymous Jun 1st, 2017 6:51am report
That interpretation is bullshit. It's the ups and downs of life. Just like Hotel California, Don Henley said you can interpret it any way you want, Robert Plant said to interpret Stairway To Heaven any way you want. A lot of people want to look at the darkside. Here is a thought, listen to songs you like and screw trying to figure out what they mean! Damn.
DickNCider Oct 28th, 2013 10:55am report
The song seems to be about....prepare yourself kids....SATANISM!!!! "Out of the blue and into the black" refers to turning one's life over to the "darkside". "Rock and roll can never die/there's more to the picture than meets the eye"....this hints at the invisible (spiritual) force behind r'n'r (demonic) and suggests r'n'r will endure because of it. Why would I interpret the lyrics in that way? Because MANY of the biggest names in r'n'r are involved in the occult: Jimmy Page, Ozzy, Beatles, Stones, Elvis, Beach Boys (yes you read that right), Eagles, Bowie, etc. I do not have any info on whether or not Neil has any occult connection, but there seems to be a pattern here! Incidently, Kurt Cobain, who quoted some of the lyrics to this song in his suicide note, was involved in Satanism. Yeah, I know you don't believe any of this because your top 40 dee jays never talk about it. They ain't as hip as they think. I hope I didn't scare you kids.....don't look under your bed when you lie down to sleep tonight.
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