I close my eyes and I keep seeing things
Rainbow waterfalls
sunny liquid dream

Confusion creeps inside me raining doubt
Gotta get to you
But I don't know how

Call me, Call me
Let me know it's alright
Call me, call me
Don't you think it's 'bout time
Please won't you call and

Ease my mind

Reasons for me to find you
Peace of mind
What can I do
to get me to you

I had your number quite some time ago
Back when we were one
But I had to grow

Ten thousand years I've searched it seems and now
Gotta get to you
Won't you tell me how

Call me, Call me
Let me know you are there
Call me, call me
I wanna know you still care
Come on now won't you

Ease my mind

Ease my mind
Reasons for me to find you
Peace of mind
Reasons for living my life
Ease my mind
Reasons for me to know you
Peace of mind
what can I do
to get me to you


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    General CommentI think it's basically about Spike and his search for Julia when she just dissapeared for 3 years.

    Also, Yoko Kanno arranged and composed the song, but Steve Conte sang it. (I just wanna set the record straight and give correct credit)
    KawaiiAyuon August 24, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIts the ending-theme from CowboyBebop, the series, which I very enjoyed. Many Animes have nice melodic music, but too often its electricaly "destroyed" with high tones(I call it Nintendo-Techno), not so here, not only the music is cool, the whole series is. And it all fites in the concept, the blues-jazz influenced music and the dark future-atmosphere. First time I saw it, I thaught "Yeah, this is why we got hands to paint and eyes to look" and I still think of it as the very best anime-series ever made - so long.
    untelixon June 20, 2003   Link
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    General CommentIt's not just about Spike and Julia, it's about the whole crew looking for the meaning in their pasts and a place they can belong. For Jet, it's about Alisa. For Faye, it's about her friends at school. For Ed, it's about her father. And Ein's just a dog.

    Personally, I think this is one of the two best songs ever written. The other one is Blue.
    anikion November 19, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song always makes me think of loves, losses, and moving forward while never forgetting. something i'm still learning to do.

    and yeah, Steve sang it. He also sang Diggin', No Reply, Stray, one version of Rain, Words That We Couldn't Say, Could You Bite The Hand? and Nowhere and Everywhere, which is one of my favorite songs. he's awesome.
    Yufferson March 17, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song makes me think of a man searching for God and asking God to reveal himself to the man.
    illira kalloon January 11, 2006   Link
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    General Commentto me this song is about a guy searching for the girl he loves, (or vice versa) but he/she cant find him/her, so he pretty much gives up but still just wants to hear from her one more time. I'm in this situation right now. certainly relates to Spike.
    tychocelon October 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentStarmanDX, are you fucking retarded? One, this anime was made LONG before that song came out. And 2, Bittersweet Symphony actually ripped off an old Rolling Stones instrumental album, Rolling Stones sued, and got all the royalties for that album.
    red_alibion October 25, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti just wanna say that its fairly pointless saying that the series has a blues influence...because bebop is a "not excactly well-known" genre of music which is a variation of jazz and blues
    guvon September 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyou guys are right when you say it speaks for the crew members
    but dont forget, when we hear it in the series, its during the time that faye has run off and left the bebop and the others are all sulking in her absence, albeit perhaps unadmittedly
    so although yeah its versatile and it can easily refer to the relationships you mentioned, i believe it more specifically references the deep, unspoken feelings the bebop have for faye at the time
    of course theyd never tell her so the series uses this song to let us know how they feel
    liacasinoon June 25, 2009   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThis song rips Bittersweet Symphony by the Verve off. :p
    StarmanDXon November 15, 2004   Link

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