N9 Monks:
Nebulowanine!
Nebulowanine!
Nebulowanine!
Nine Nine Nine Nine Nine Nine Nine!

Nebulowanine:
Say to me, eternally.
Explain to me, infinity.

N9 Monks:
Nebulowanine!
Nebulowanine!
Nebulowanine!
Nine Nine Nine Nine Nine Nine Nine!

Nebulowanine:
Stay with me, eternally...
Explain to me, infinity.



So calm yet so volatile yet so powerful



Nebulowanine and Ziltoid:
It's so beautiful!
...So beautiful,
Yet so vulnerable...
I guess it's alright...
...It's alright!


Ziltoid:
"I feel so vulnerable.

You have not seen the last of me.
You have not seen the last of Ziltoid."



Lyrics submitted by orange juice

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    General Commentat the end of hyperdrive they tell you the humans have arrived at N9, but also that Ziltoid has also arrived.

    According to the booklet, the humans are trying to find the 5th dimensional (and if you remember, Ziltoid is only a 4th dimensional being, thus making N9 more powerful) Nebulowanine to get him to defeat Ziltoid. N9 shows something to Ziltoid that completely stuns him with its beauty, leaving him confused and vulnerable. Ziltoid retreats to summon the 6th planet smasher.
    orange juiceon June 13, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationGoing away from the abstract Ziltoid story, I feel like this song is about something that you enjoy, but isn't doing you any good in the long run. A good example would be drugs, and I also think the lyrics fit that theme the best.
    The first lines seem to be about how you don't want the moments to end when you are high and how much they seem to open up your mind ("Explain to me, infinity"). I know that many artists are using drugs because they believe to write better songs with them, and those lines sum that behavior up quite good I think.
    Nevertheless, it's over sooner or later and you might even and up worse than before, hence the "yet so vulnerable" line.
    XCrusherXon October 31, 2014   Link

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