"Apocalypso" as written by and Bo Rune Madsen Jonas Bjerre Terkelsboel....
In Nolan time sign
What does the mind cover?
Are we talking?
White is the winter

Care-line, care-lines thumbed it up
What are your stories all about?
Carries a weight on her swing
On her swing

Black waves come
And so fear me, December

Sinking in Nolan time
I lost all my pure feelings
The psychiatrist posing as psychologist
When fear predicts then doubly the mind suffers
Are we talking?
White is the winter

Care-line, care-lines thumbed it up
What are your stories all about?
Carries a weight on her swing
On her swing

Black waves come
And so fear me, December
Sinking
Waltz with me courageously
We're dancing, dancing

We will not die!
Our days are multiplied
And I'm happy again

Care-line, care-lines thumbed it up
What are your stories all about?
Carries a weight on her swing
On her swing


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"Apocalypso" as written by Johan Haslund Wohlert Bo Rune Madsen

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    General Commentits weird!! i mean, read the lyrics... best i can get out of it is theres some girl he just cant understand, he's trying to read her from the way she looks (hence her "care-lines thumbed it up", i.e. palm readin), but theyre just "dancing, dancing", and he kind of accepts that he'll never understand her. ever.

    I really dont understand it. any ideas, anyone?

    but i love it. :D
    aj_100on February 05, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIs it maybe about a person locked up in himself.. The lyric looks if it is written by a person with psycholic disaster.. some split-personality maybe
    joramhooginkon March 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's "thumbed it up."
    Mew-world.com
    It's like their official fan club or somethin'.

    Anyways.
    A Care-line is like a hott line for advice.
    It's not Caroline.
    It's not about palm reading.

    I am pretty sure He's saying "They made things better for me."
    'Cause a thumbs up means 'your good to go."

    I think it's a about a guy who likes a girl and she's confusing, but he's cool with that.Like what aj_100 said.
    care-lineson November 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentin an interview at junkmedia.org, jonas says that apocalypso is about a fear of death. he also says that the line is "care-line, care-lines thumped it up".

    junkmedia.org/…
    growtothesunon December 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI believe Jonas once said in an interview that his childhood dentist was named "Dr. Nolan". Jonas used to have some dentist-related nightmares and thus associates apocalyptic times to his name.
    cowbeefon December 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentActually, it wasn't his childhood dentist (if we are thinking of the same interview?) - it was when they were recording Kites in LA in 2004. Apparently the lyrics were already written at that point though so the whole thing is just a coincidence. Still neat, nonetheless.
    pinkmonsteron December 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSeems to me like a story about overcoming depression or anxieties. This pretty much says it all:

    We will not die!
    Our days are multiplied
    And I'm happy again

    Also there's talk about a psychiatrist posing as a psychologist. Oh an yeah, care-lines too.
    Rttuon March 06, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWell he does say that some of his lyrics don't even make sense to him because they come to him in his dreams.
    NotJustWordson June 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell he does say that some of his lyrics don't even make sense to him because they come to him in his dreams.
    NotJustWordson June 14, 2006   Link
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    General Commentah they're so great!i saw them at lowlands and they comepletely blew me away..his voice is amazing..
    maaik_e89on October 13, 2006   Link

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