Anyone have any ideas on the meaning behind the lines "The lightning bolt made enough heat / To melt the street beneath your feet?" Everything else makes perfect sense but these two lines always leave me asking questions. And this is not to say that every line in a song should be taken apart and scrutinized; I'd just like to hear your thoughts in order to perhaps deepen my own understanding of the song. So if you have any ideas you'd like to share, just shoot a message to my inbox, I'd love to hear what you have to say.
This song is really beautiful and touching. I can relate to Régine's feelings and I much prefer a voice that can transmit such emotions instead of just a perfectly tuned one that doesn't make one feel anything.
Anyone else agree with me that this song is trying way too hard to be super epic and darling indie to be as sincere as it hopes? Probably not. Try "Comforting Sounds" by Mew for a song in the same vein with much more breathing room and beauty.
Along with the strain in her voice and the intense beauty and passion Regine puts into her music, the build up and the high notes gives me goosebumps every time. This song is actually so amazing. I can safely say this is my favourite track in 'Funeral' slightly after 'Rebellion' and 'Neighborhood #2 Laika'.