You walk on by
without feeling to your stroll

You walk alone

Compromise
it's just another contradiction
You're not alone

There's a place
you've run away
that is in your heart
it is in your heart

In your heart
Your love again

There's a place to be afraid
There's another chain to hold
and you don't know

You need it by your side
just let him know

Your hell is when you dream
and I'm awake

Look into your heart
Deep into your heart

In your heart
Your love again

There is none for
Love is not afraid

In your heart
Your love again


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Humane song meanings
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    General Commenti think it means that you have to trust what your heart is telling you, instead of running away.
    Chronicon June 03, 2005   Link
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    General Commentno comments?! whaaaat?
    well to me the song says to not fear no matter how lonely you are, but to remember there is still love in your heart that you can never deny
    afflicted4lifeon October 12, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about someone being dead on the inside, and they need to realise all the love that is within their heart to be alive again
    Spykeon September 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think this song signifies an emotional breakdown and that time in your life when you realize that you are alone and that you feel like its the end for you. I think it also has to do with getting over a bad relationship "Your hell is when you dream
    and I'm awake"
    She is feeling tormented by his presence and cant seem to move past it while deep in the bottom of her heart she is struggling to move past the chaos he has caused in her life.
    lacunacoil86on January 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWhen you're empty all you need to do is look within yourself and realize you've made more of this life for yourself then that.
    BagelEateron August 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe love is deep inside, so the person seems really cold on the outside and consciously, but they unconsciously love but it's in a dream. There's everything outside, and yet they walk alone and dream everything, when everything is there for them, up for grabs. So it's a hell, because the feelings are never fully felt than if it were real, so it's a place to fear when one excessively dreams to get their desires fulfilled and not love anything on the outside. Love isn't bound to your heart. It flows everywhere. Humane is like giving freedom, when someone is killing themselves from lack of love and expression of their own.
    dark ivoryon March 06, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAlright, so there are few possibilities out there what Humane can represent as a whole. Here's yet another addition, which might sound like nonsense at first but it will strike a hidden meaning or two when examined at length:
    Two lovers have been apart some odds months. The female just split becuase of changes and circumstances neither saw coming. There was an interruption, let's say for a time.
    The dude was trapped in a dark world against his will and she could no longer comfort him. Separated by fate and all. So, he gets this courage to break free and tryies to locate her, the problem is he's not equipped to do so...no phone, no idea where she might be, so he finds refuge from his feelings in his Internet. He listens to all the music he missed out on, all the new releases ans such. He looks at street view maps pinpointing the apartment where his lover stayed last and wished she were still there.
    To him, not seeing or hearing from her is like a failed internet connection. Somewhere along the line the plug was pulled on their relationship. She reflected sadly that he abandoned her, that it was a choice he made but not so-he was in hell all that time. Now it was up to him to save what they had together.
    As you already, know a red x over a minutely sized computer icon means no connection=no play. He was offline in that manner. The same technolgy applies to the heart monitor. a single flat line means you're gone and that's the best way to describe this reconcilliation about to happen. Like something being reborn.
    In a dreamlike state he sees himself clicking on a program titled "My relationships"
    Upon clicking it there's an icon of his lover's face shaded in grey, therefore unclickable.
    So days later, period of time after being freed from hell, he somehow is able to contact her by phone by calling her new phone number. That's when the red x disappears. His lover's display icon is filled with a rainbow of color, graphically outlining her feature perfectly. So when he clicks on it this time, a sort of portal opens up and an hourglass appears and in a short time he's taken to her profile with endless options. And the best part of all is that it's really her. Humane serves as like the opening sequence of what to come. The lovers call each other daily. He does her small favors while she's away still and she praises him. The long-distance relationship becomes much shorter.
    Here you have the ideal "awakening a lost love" theme.
    morseon November 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentAlright, so there are few possibilities out there what Humane actually represents as a whole. Here's yet another addition, which might sound like nonsense at first but it will strike a hidden meaning or two when examined at length:
    Two lovers have been apart some odds months. They split up because of changes and circumstances neither saw coming. There was an interruption, let's say for a time.
    The dude was trapped in a dark world against his will and she could no longer comfort him. Separated by fate and all. So, he gets this courage to break free and tries to locate her. The problem is he's not equipped to do so...no phone, no idea where she might be, so he finds refuge from his feelings in his Internet. He listens to all the music he missed out on, all the new releases and such. He looks at online street view maps pinpointing the apartment where his lover stayed last and wished she were still there.
    To him, not seeing or hearing from her is like a failed internet connection. Somewhere along the line the plug was pulled on their relationship. She reflected sadly that he abandoned her, that it was a choice he made but not so-he was in hell all that time. Now it was up to him to save what they had together.
    As you already know, a red x over a minutely sized computer icon means no connection=no play. He was offline in that manner. The same technology applies to the heart monitor. a single flat line means you're gone and so a vibrant pattern could best way to describe this reconciliation about to happen. Like something being reborn.
    In a dreamlike state he sees himself clicking on a program titled "My relationships"
    Upon clicking it there's an icon of his lover's face shaded in grey, therefore unclickable.
    So days later, period of time after being freed from hell, he somehow is able to contact her by phone by calling her new phone number. That's when the red x disappears. His lover's display icon is filled with a rainbow of color, graphically outlining her feature perfectly. So when he clicks on it this time, an hourglass appears. A sort of portal opens up and in seconds he's taken to her profile with endless options. And the best part of all is that it's really her. Humane serves as like the opening sequence of what to come. The lovers call each other daily. He does her small favors while she's away still and she praises him. The long-distance relationship becomes much shorter.
    Here you have the ideal "awakening a lost love" theme.
    morseon November 18, 2009   Link

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