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Three Days Grace: Infra-Red Meaning


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Song Released: 2018

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Infra-Red Lyrics

From the darkness I see the light in you
Don't stress, don't stress
No one knows what goes on in our heads, our heads
We are invisible to the rest, the rest
They don't know nothing 'bout what we have, we have
'Cause everyone's living in...


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    Aug 23rd, 2018 8:11am report

    It's about people seeing each other in different ways, perhaps a more strong connection, or love.


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    Dec 22nd, 2018 12:07am report

    This song is about two people with a secret relationship who understand each other in ways nobody else ever can.They know what the other thinks about them even though it was never said, and are perfect for each other.


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    Aug 24th, 2018 8:42am report

    i believe in my own humble opinion, that one mas is really into one woman, and he is describing her as a person that only he understands her because they are similar if not the same, and possibly he wants her to be his, because she also understands him, the way they are, the way they act, other people don't understand them.


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    Nov 21st, 13:34 report

    I believe this song is about two people who meet unexpectedly in their lives and each time they are together it is like the sun is shining from the other. That other person makes them feel understood, appreciated, loved, supported, like anything is possible. When they are together, the world disappears, but the realization that they aren’t alone in the room brings the fear in...and the “reality” makes them think they can’t have this love, the unconditional love. When the truth is the only thing that matters is that love.


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    Jul 27th, 7:02pm report

    I feel this song is about two lovers who connect with each other on levels other people can never see. The part "we're invisible to the rest" states the fact that people external to them don't recognise the reality of these two individuals, but since they connect with each other, they see each other in a "different light", creating a strong spiritual attraction between them, making them dive into one another's worlds to the depths that have been unexplored. it's basically a beautiful representation of the strong love between two people, a connection that is unbreakable.


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    Mar 13th, 2020 3:02am report

    As a firefighter I see it as a PTSD message, a song about how first responders or military connect with each other on common issues


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    Dec 30th, 2019 12:24am report

    According to the Three Days Grace website: Then, there’s “Infra-Red,” an airy production gives way to a sharp seesaw of guitars and luminous vocals. “There are some people you just connect with,” says Matt. “You get along with them instantly, because you understand each other. ‘Infra-Red’ is finding that person who gets you.”


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    Nov 7th, 2019 11:32am report

    It's about a secret type of tech held by a specific group used to manipulate the masses.

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    Jun 18th, 2019 6:15am report

    This song to me is about an encounter with a ufo.some say you can only see in "infra-red".And the secret other worldly love they share.A cosmic connection.i see you,I see you.infra red.

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    Jun 6th, 2019 6:06am report

    Maybe an overdone interpretation of songs but the way I listen to it- regardless of whether it was actually written with this in mind- it sounds like a story about a hidden same-sex relationship. I think about it like this because of the lyrics "everyone's living in black and white/ we see each other in a different light", the statements that other people wouldn't understand,and all the references to having a different kind of love from everyone else.


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    Mar 15th, 2019 3:33am report

    I love this song! When I first heard this,it really grabbed ahould of me... I think this song is about Addicts, Addiction is a dissease &the people who live with it see recongnize and understand one another... Normal people don't understand and can't relate with addicts ...When addicts in recovery reach out to one another they almost fall into each other...It's amazing thing to see, these people notice, understand and support eachother. My name is Rollin & I'm a greatful Addict.


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    Dec 5th, 2018 12:38pm report

    It's about forbidden love and relationship. I think it's about two cousins who want to be with each other and are having to hide it from the family. He looks at her and wants to be with her but she's avoiding his eye contact and shying away from him because she thinks anyone looking at her looking at him or him looking at her will see what they feel for each other so she avoids him. That's what it means when he keeps saying it's okay, it's okay, they won't understand us anyway and also no one knows what goes on in our heads. But this also means they really understand each other too and that's why they're drawn to each other, they really get each other. And he knows she wants him so she needs to just admit it.

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