The Doors: Spanish Caravan Meaning
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Spanish Caravan Lyrics
Take me to Portugal, take me to Spain
Andalusia with fields full of grain
I have to see you again and again
Take me, Spanish Caravan
Yes, I know you can
Trade winds find Galleons lost in the sea
I know where...
anonymous May 8th, 2017 5:16pm report
I believe the lyrics are a metaphor for running away; refusing to face ourselves; are issues. We know Jim struggled with drugs; his self-destructive nature devoured him. If he could have escaped his fame and Lizard King persona by running away to something and not just from something...he might still be with us.The Spanish Caravan, like the proverbial circus might have bought him time to get clean / sober and exercise the demons that haunted and tormented him.
anonymous Sep 24th, 2014 9:34pm report
I love the guitar as well it's lyrical theme is classic that unrequited love
Distance and the ocean in between us , I need to see you again and again is from the old mariners songs were sad love ballads of how they left there love and longed to return only to leave again
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