Det er kald november på grenså til desember
Eg ser ingenting, mitt blikk er blindt
Eg har sendt min posisjon. Her er min konklusjon
Eg stoler ikkje lenger på mitt instinkt

Så farvel, farvel ønsk meg lykke og hell
Tenn lys for meg i kveld. Gje min sønn en klem
Og hels fra meg til presten.
Sei nå er eg blitt kristen
En del av den prosessen tok livet av meg nesten.
Det eg trur på kan du aldri ta meg i frå.

For ingen hørte min kommando
Og det er ikkje liv i min tango

Såg opp mot himmelen og min redning dalte ner
Som ei fjør, som ei fjør. Min redning dalte ner
Såg opp mot himmelen
og min redning blei skutt ner
Som ei fjør, som ei fjør.
Min redning blei skutt ner.


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    General CommentIt's a cold November, bordering December
    I see nothing, my vision is blind
    I have sent my position, this is my conclusion
    I no longer trust my instincts

    So farewell, farewell, wish me luck
    Light candles for me tonight. Give my son a hug.
    And say hi to the priest,
    tell him I'm a Christian now.
    A part of that process nearly killed me.
    You can't take my beliefs away from me.

    Because no one heard my order/commando,
    And there is no life in my tango.

    Looked up towards the heavens and my savior floated down,
    Like a feather, like a feather, my savior floated down.
    Looked up towards the heavens
    And my savior was shot down,
    Like a feather, like a feather, my savior was shot down.


    I think this song is about someone going into a situation where they are bound to die. The person gives his last words to someone to let them know that he has come to terms with the fact that he is going to die. I love the ending, because it could mean that he has a religious moment or simply a moment where he thinks that he might survive, but that chance is destroyed easily, much like a feather.
    mikamaron January 27, 2008   Link

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