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So blue
and violently calmed
I drowned
but yet i feel so fine
and some how.....
don´t know why
i love it down here

Sale el sol
y aunque ahogado veo el resplandor
Ya me fui
mas sigo en el fondo

So blue
and violently calmed
I drowned
but yet i feel so fine
and some how.....
don´t know why
i love it down here

Sale el sol
y aunque ahogado veo el resplandor
ya me fui
mas sigo en el fondo
I thought you did
but you don´t know me.....

Sale el sol
y aunque ahogado veo el resplandor
ya me fui
mas sigo en el fondo
I thought you did
but you don´t know me.....


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    My OpinionThis video is freakishly cool- It shows a girl who looks like she might be high/possesed/schrizofreniac who sees imaginary life size stuffed animals that play and talk to her. In the end she drowns. The lyrics go smoothly with the video, however, is she possessed? mentally retarded? suffers schizophrenia? or is just high??

    Juan Son te amooooo!

    MrsNitroon September 14, 2011   Link
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    General CommentShe looks schizophrenic rather than high.
    slakwareon June 17, 2012   Link
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    General CommentThe girl in the video seems to be suffering from schizophrenia. Sometimes dopamine levels in the brian get very high making you very super active. She also seems to be imagining things that are not there. In the video the girl seems relatively happy and careless about the world around her but in the end she decides to jump in the pool and drowns. In the end it seems like her imaginary bunny friends were forcing her to jump into the pool so she jumps and drowns. In the end she describes that even though she is dead now she still sees the sun .
    slakwareon June 17, 2012   Link

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