"Nerve" as written by and Peter Leo Rickard/strid Wichers....
Call it liberation or frustration,
As it hits like a bomb
Tearing you apart as you're first in line,
Entering the zone
Watch how it runs, a nervewrecking resistance
Watch how it burns, a venomous script's getting formed
You've travelled a long way to get here
And now it's waking you up

Walk straight for a final solution
Walk straight, don't you be so cold
Walk straight with clear resolution
I'll state my case and make it turn

Watch how it runs, watch how it burns
And it's all a deception
Break it and learn, there's no return
For a presence like mine
It's getting all clear now, all the things I know
An elapse of conscious progress will
My courageous insanity follows an infinite time
I'll be attaching the world
On my shoulders
Without a look


Lyrics submitted by ricoetc

"Nerve" as written by Peter Leo Rickard Wichers Bjoern Ove Ingemar Strid

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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  • +2
    General CommentIf you've seen the video, you'd see it's about a breakup. But more than that, I see it as breaking up with the past and moving on. I don't see any Hitler or holocausts here. It's the final solution, the clear resolution, breaking up with the past self, and moving on.

    Courageous insanity is the feeling when you're about to break up. Your mind is a mess, and you're feeling like you're crazy, but the courage lies in the fact that you're ready to end it, and find the means to move on with your life. To find the nerve.
    Adrenalinneon November 27, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think the lines
    "Walk straight for a final solution
    Walk straight, don't you be so cold
    Walk straight with a clear resolution
    I'll state my case and never turn"
    point at suicide.
    1. line: The final solution is jumping down the rooftop.
    2. line: although you don't have a cold heart killing somebody (in this case yourself) can be seen as a cold action
    3. line: its like giving yourself an order ... "you will jump now and don't think about going back!"
    4. line: same like in the 3rd line

    although these ideas seem to be far-fetched they fit the song and the protagonists in the video i think
    f1lthon January 09, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentBest song off the latest album
    Shadow of Oblivionon April 23, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenteither this, stabbing the drama or distance
    these lads need to go to scotland
    i would cum in my pants if i heard they were coming
    Jamboon May 22, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSounds like this song is about hitler and the holocaust. That part seems quite obvious...now why they would write this, I have no clue.
    antiemoon August 31, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhy would you say that it's about the holocaust ? it makes sense kinda but what lines make you think that ?

    i was thinking that it's about some kind of war..."tearing you apart as you are first in line, entering the zone"
    lintball0190on October 30, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe final solution line does
    AN_THO_NYon November 09, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIn the video, the final solution ends up being the wrong solution, as we notice in the end that she decides to jump off and kill herself.
    Adrenalinneon November 27, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentOH MY FUCKING GOD!!!!! This band, is by far..THE BEST band I've heard since the new mil. This fucking band kicks some major ass. The very first time I heard this band, I got goosebumps. But. onward to a professional output. Ok. Nevermind, I still can't get over how good this fucking band is. God, if this band was any more perfect, it would give me panty-puddles
    lxBritishKittenxlon December 12, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgreat song, video is probably the meaning behind it, which is a breakup. either way it is the best song on the album.
    shatterzero666on April 04, 2007   Link

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