"2 Rights Make 1 Wrong" as written by and Andrew Johnson Stuart Leslie Braithwaite....

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"2 Rights Make 1 Wrong" as written by Craig Tattersal Andrew Johnson

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  • +4
    General CommentMusic is a language; a universal language. The site is SongMeanings, not LyricMeanings. So I'd say yes, even entirely or almost entirely instrumental songs can be analyzed for their meanings here.
    Nahthankieson May 13, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General Commenti can understand them. some of them. its taken a life experience to understand whats being said. its so clear now though

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    I've tried, I've truly.
    I've tried so hard
    for far so long

    I've tried
    I've truly
    I've tried to hard
    For far so long

    I've tried,
    Truly.

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    let you go
    impossable

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    so long
    so long
    so long

    falling
    falling
    falling

    repeats

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    luker50on March 26, 2007   Link
  • +2
    General CommentThere is actual lyrics to this song. Which is weird, there songs usually have no lyrics but it's

    I've tried, I've truly.
    I've tried so hard
    for far so long

    I've tried
    I've truly
    I've tried to hard
    For far so long

    I've tried,
    Truly.


    let you go
    imposable



    so long
    so long
    so long

    falling
    falling
    falling


    If you listen to the song while reading that, you will understand what they are saying. It's such a beautiful song, I've never herd any other like it.
    mamabearon October 01, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthis song sounds like a person dying (the first calm section), the soul leaving the body (the loud part) and then ascending upwards.

    i'm sure the mogwai boys would piss themselves laughing if they read that, but still ....
    watchingforeveron January 15, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentY'know, I think the purpose of this site is to comment on the meanings of the lyrics. So they are kinda required. And this song isn't fully instrumental, it does have some (albeit nigh-impossible to make out) lyrics. Not to be nasty or anything, just saying...
    Topatoon August 09, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSometimes the meanings of the title can be discussed and sometimes the instrumental can be discussed as part of the bigger picture (the album), but, yeah, most of the time it's just pointless.
    allmylittlewordson December 18, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentoh, and there ARE vocals, but they've been distorted, presumably by the machine mentioned on the mogwai.co.uk FAQ page.
    mogwai.co.uk/…
    (first question)
    allmylittlewordson December 18, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is among my favourite Mogwai tracks of all time. A couple years back I travelled across Canada on a bus and this song reminds me of going through prairie land in springtime at 5 in the morning after a storm. Gorgeous.
    scrimshawon October 16, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is pure beauty. I took a friend to see them on the Rock Action tour and this is the song that blew both of us away.
    crackheadon February 16, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentin France, we have an expression.... " 2 intelligents font un idiot".... it means.... 2 people, in school, two serious kids, who have good homwork, etc, when they takl together, it makes one... dumb kid...
    so... 2 good people when they dont want to be awesome, they are perfect dumb... i dont know if you understant what i mean...


    and for me this track is the translate of the french expression...
    2 good things make one thing "wrong" so a idiot thing...

    and the track is one of the musical perfection i know...
    DoItForTheTeamon July 03, 2007   Link

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