Panic! At The Disco: Hurricane Meaning
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Cause your behind my eyelids
When I'm all alone
I want you,
To catch me like a cold.
You and God both got the guns,
And when you shoot I think I'd duck.
I led the revolution in my...
anonymous Jun 8th, 2011 6:11pm report
I'm not entirely sure, it sounds right for both being about a girl and George Ryan Ross III (I'll just explain the latter one)
'Hey, Stranger' a common way to say 'Hi' to a friend (or something closer). 'I led the revolution' the revolution he's talking about might be the anti-Homo argue going around. 'And I set all the zippers free' guys have zippers on their jeans, Brendon and Ryan already have jeans, and now their aroused(?). 'Drop our anchors'.... self explainatory.... 'You'll dance to anything' Ryan did quit P!ATD for TYV, a different type of music group. 'I confess, I confess in a room where I'm blessed' listening more closely and taking one of the anon's sugestions 'To the rumour of us' Brendon and Ryan (during the Circus tour) we're acting.... strangely on stage.... yes, that's the word. ''Cause he didn't come and speak to me' Ryan left fairly quickly, now him and Brendon don't talk as much (plus, you can almost be sure it's Ryan because it says 'he', not 'she'). 'I am a wolf among the sheep' Brendon/Ryan pretending to be something/someone they're not. 'Fix me or conflict me, I'll take anything' disagree with me or not, I don't care; or something along those lines.
But, like I said, I'm not entirely sure. We won't know until Brendon and Spencer come clean and actually talk about it in an interview. And, you know that'll be sometime soon～.
Thanks for listening to my rambling, by the way. ;P
anonymous May 23rd, 2011 5:22pm report
Most of the lyrics seem like it's from the point of view of someone who is a homosexual, but in the closet.
"Lead the revolution in my bedroom" Could mean... Well I won't get into it... But homosexuality is not considered normal, making it a revolution.
"Oh I'd confess, I'd confess, in a room where I'm blessed" could mean he'd come out in a "room where he's blessed" since it could be considered a sin.
And "I'm a wolf among the sheep gnawing at the wool over my eyes" means he's pretending to be something he's not, and trying to come out, but he can't.
I don't know if this is true, and we won't know unless P!ATD says what it's about, but this is what I think it's about.
anonymous Jun 2nd, 2011 6:15pm report
This is not about a girl! THIS IS OBVIOUSLY ABOUT GEORGE RYAN ROSS THE THIRD. It's "I confess to the rumor of us" not a room where I'm blessed. The rumor is RYDEN." "HE (not she) didn't come and speak to me or put my heart at ease..." Cause Ryan left the band.
anonymous Jul 27th, 2016 7:25pm report
I think its about Ryan and their relationship like it was said that during Pretty.Odd.era, him and Ryan started to have more and more problems. Ryan wanted to sing more and take over and that left Brendon confused as Ryan himself appointed him singer, Brendon felt underappreciated. There were problems so the lyric "we said no more war no more words, give me peace oh kiss me" makes sense. Its extremely noticable the way Brendon always tried to appease to Ryan and since i do belive that they did have some sort of affair I think hooking up ("oh kiss me")was like their truce.
anonymous Jun 22nd, 2016 6:49pm report
First of all, to anyone saying the lyrics are, "I confess to the rumor of us"- you're wrong. Listen to the actual song- it CLEARLY says "In a room where I'm blessed."
When he says, "But he didn't come and speak to me"- that's referring to God. He probably means that he asked for forgiveness or clarification on the incident at hand (more than likely CASUAL SEX W STRANGERS- like he has said in the past) and received no "answer" and felt no better/worse than he did about it before he confessed.
anonymous Apr 23rd, 2013 4:29pm report
This may be just be me, but the song has in my opinion direct connections to 1984 by George Orwell.
"Oh, they know, I know
That they don't sound like me.
You'll dance to anything!"
This quote has to me is like a definition of Double Speak and Winston's controvery over what to think.
"Fix me, or conflict me
I’ll take anything"
This makes me think of the rat scene when Winston give up on his beliefs to save himself.
The chorus sound like the parts of the book were Winson and Julia rebelling...
Just an opinion..I love this song and 1984 a lot.
( - SCC)
anonymous Dec 22nd, 2011 12:14pm report
To me the song is about him and a woman he loves, but she's somewhat of a whore and hes stuck competing for her affections. "You'll dance to anything." Pretty much says she'll sleep with anyone or fall for anyone. "They don't look like me/sound like me." Says that the men he has to compete with have got nothing on him, and hes the better choice. "We are a hurricane." I think means that the two are the perfect mistake- their dangerous together but at the same time their so powerful together.
"Drop our anchors in the storm." This means that even in hard arguments or fights they'd stick through it and endure the fighting.
NeonEchelon Nov 17th, 2011 11:48pm report
He wants to know if he or she is worth going after. He want so have sex with them, and is always thinking about them.
I'm guessing when they finally do the dirty they are fighting for dominance or really aggressive, Like it's a war for dominance.
And they think they are pretty good at it, but when they finally break up, the new boyfriends or girlfriends will know about the ex. And they know they wont look as good as him, or sound as arousing either.
You'll dance to anything- their easy
When they didn't go speak to him, he thinks that they didn't love him like he thinks they did. That he had a clouded judgement, and now he can see clearly.
Fix me or conflict me I'll take anything- He 'loves' them so much that he will either take them loving him or he will let them go if they choose to do so.
anonymous Aug 31st, 2011 8:34pm report
Or it could be just about casual sex with strangers. Like Brendon has said before. And also, "I confess, I confess, To a room where I'm blessed, but he didn't come, and speak to me, and put my heart at ease." Is probably about confessing to God what he's done, and that he never felt any different about it. "I'll take anything" Means that he's trying to be different and feel differently.
anonymous Aug 6th, 2011 8:30am report
it's about gay sex
anonymous Aug 2nd, 2011 8:23am report
The line "I led the revolution in my bedroom and I set all the zippers free. We said 'no more war,' no more clothes beneath me" is a reference to John Lennon and Yoko Ono's "bed-in," in which they protested, calling for world peace, by refusing the leave their bed.
anonymous Jun 18th, 2011 6:34pm report
this is about ryan ross.
"Cause your behind my eyelids when I'm all alone" brendon is stressed about ryan leaving. right after that he says "hey stranger..." which shows how they have drifted into now being strangers. when he says, 'We said "no more war",'it suggests they wanted everything to work out, but it didn't. "Hey! Hey! We are a hurricane" is saying how well they are when they are together. hurricanes are very powerful, and together, they are powerful or have good chemistry(?)
"Hey! They will never be the same," without ryan, the band will never be the same.
"Cause they know, I know
That they don't look like me.
Oh, they know, I know
That they don't sound like me." suggesting more about how valued the band is and can not be replicated.
"I'll take anything." how desparate brendon is for answers, resolution, closure.
anonymous Jun 11th, 2011 6:48pm report
So obvs this is about ryan he never uses 'she' he uses 'he' and he confesses to the rumour of him and ryan lol even if the rumour isn't true they still blatantly loved each other they were really close friends the second verse explains everything - brendon was confused and hurt'he didn't come and speak to me oh put my heart at ease'
the rydon break up ladies and gentlemen.
anonymous Jun 8th, 2011 6:47pm report
its about brendon and ryan. and their past little "relatoinship". hes talking about what happened with them before the band broke up, and after they broke up
anonymous Jun 4th, 2011 6:53pm report
Overall I think he's in a fight with a girl."I am a wolf among the sheep". Why would a wolf be with sheep. He's saying something he doesn't know happened."Gnawing at the wool" means he's finding out the truth. "Behind my eyelids" means he keeps thinking about it."Put my heart at ease" means no one helped him. "You'll dance to anything". Not sure. Sometimes dance means fight so she'll get in fights too easily."Drop our anchors in a storm". even during a fight he has to think about it.Its not too clear. Its like trying to finish the zelda timeline. You'll never know until they release it.So until them, just enjoy it!
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anonymous Apr 25th, 2011 4:03pm report
God I hope this is about Ryan I really do
anonymous Apr 3rd, 2011 4:38am report
K so this song is about a guy that thinks hes being lied to by a girl about him being her baby's daddy. "Are you worth your weight in gold?" He is being sarcastic saying that she thinks way too highly of herself like shes gold. "Cause youre behind my eyelids when im all alone" he is also saying he thinks about her all the time probably because she is beautiful or she is causing him worry because of what she is accusing of him. "hey stranger i want ya to catch me like a cold" her perspective saying she wants to sleep with him for some reason probably because he is well off. "You and God both got the guns and if you shoot i think id duck" His perspective saying hey youre accusing me of this and i'm gonna deny it even if its true. "I led a revolution" part is about how this guy slept with this girl. They also might have had sex after their paternity battle. "Hey we are a hurricane" This part is a metaphor for the paternity battle however they drop their anchor by having sex in the middle of the fight. Alcohol might have had something to do with it too "flask to keep us warm". "They know the don't look/sound like me" guy saying these aren't my kid/s cause theyre not like me. "You'll dance to anything" this is the guy calling the woman a whore saying she'll sleep with anyone so im probably not the father "Oh i confess in a room where im blessed" back in her perspective she doesn't know if he is the father. The guy freaked out when she told him that he was the father so he basically left her alone and then she compares herself to a wolf because shes probably lying but shes gnawing at the wool to try and figure out the truth. "Fix me or conflict me ill take anything" This is the girl saying she wants the guy to help her or she is going to fight him over it and take all she can get.
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