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You Won't Feel a Thing Lyrics

I've been kicked right down
I've been spat in the face
I've been pulled, weighed down
To the lowest place
I've been lied to, shamed
I have been disgraced
Been ex-communicated from every holy place
I've been beat up and robbed
I've been left for...

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    anonymous
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    Feb 11th, 2018 2:03am report


    Jesus will ease the pain in your life



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    anonymous
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    May 18th, 2015 5:22pm report


    I think it is about a soldier and his girl back home. At first i thought what the guy with the big long explanation thought but eventually i thought wait this one part doesnt make sense when he sings
    Yeah
    If i fall here, at least you know my dear i would die for you
    Promise that you wont ever feel a thing.
    And then the rest of the song just seemed to make since



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    anonymous
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    Mar 10th, 2014 3:04pm report


    2. You won’t feel a thing

    The song is about, two lovers or a couple challenged by problems that made their

    relationship complicated, and in order to save their relationship the persona did some

    adjustments and sacrifices to could save them and their relationship the persona took

    the pain, endured and ate it all, basically because, he doesn’t want his partner to

    experience everything that he will, and he wants to take this because, he is used to this

    kinds of stuffs, the first part shows a sense of helplessness

    “I’ve been kicked right down

    I’ve been spat on the face

    I’ve been pulled weighed down

    To the lowest pace”

    And because of this he is ready to face their problems and fears.

    “when troubles thinks it’s found us, the world falls down around us,

    I promise you baby, you won’t feel a thing “

    The assertion of self as sacrifice

    “cause I will take on the chin for you, so lay your cuts and bruises under my skin

    I promise you won’t feel a thing, cause everything the world could throw

    I’ll stand in front, I’ll take the blow for you”

    The willingness to do and to take everything the usage of the modal, verb “will”

    (desire and willingness) in this song the composer/singer used the noun

    “romanticism” going beyond what is possible to bring out the politics in the song the

    Power play how the singer/composer delivers his powers the song’s powers

    He also used figures of speech like hyperbole (exaggeration) which supports

    Romanticism, Alliteration to enhance the song and imagery of helplessness to show

    How he played with the emotion of the song.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 19th, 2013 10:42pm report


    I think it's to show that their love wasn't accepted, and that he'll take it all for them. That their love isn't approved of, that no one believes they should be together, but he takes it all for her, for his love for her.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 16th, 2011 10:36pm report


    i think that basically it's about him taking every pain that might come for her and that he'll always protect and never let anything happen to her or something like that




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