"Scream In Blue" as written by Martin Rotsey, Peter Gifford, Robert Hirst, James Moginie and Peter Garrett....
(Instrumental to second part)
Come to me now, be careful of what you say
Don't make a sound, there's noise enough in this
Come with me now, let night move into day
Let sheets keep secrets that no one else could know
I could kill for this one time and not be caught
She said to me this is the one and I know
Come to me now, this is the final hour
When I'm dreaming I dream in blue
When I'm dreaming I dream of you
When I'm screaming I scream in blue

(Rotsey/Moginie/Garrett)


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"Scream in Blue" as written by Martin Rotsey James Moginie

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    General CommentIs he asking a girl to come and have sex with him or something?
    "let sheets keep secrets that no-one else could know' an affair perhaps, '...and no to be caught'

    beautiful song by the way.
    Ledzep71on December 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOne of the few Oil tracks on "10-1" not to do with politics, but with love found and lost
    midnight_laboron December 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's about a nightmare.

    The reference to sheets is to his bed where he sleeps where he has the nightmare. No-one else knows his dreams, and he doesn't really want others to know either.
    Sonofagunzelon August 05, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI agree with previous comment - it's a about a nightmare, but I think the Intro specific is about nuclear war - missiles falling from the sky and destroying almost everything... and the 2nd section where he's singing is about the aftermath... the final moments of humanity, he's with his lover, what else can he do...? "Come to me now, this is the final hour"... ;)
    FuzzBudgieon January 23, 2015   Link

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