"This World Is Watching Me (Vs. Rank 1, Feat. Kush)" as written by A Van Buuren, Benno De Goeij, Zoe Durant, Peter Kirtley and S. Collison....
I want more than you can give
I'm so cold with every kiss
I can cope with a love like this

I let go, but I cling
To a love I've never seen
Give me faith
It feels like I just opened the doors
I steal, all thought
Nothing ever comes for free
This world is watching me
This world is watching me

It drains the blood from me
It pains my skin so deep
Now all that's left is all I need

This world is watching me
This world is watching me

This world is watching me
This world is watching me


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"This World Is Watching Me" as written by Armin Van Buuren Sacha James Collisson

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    General CommentEven though I'm not the biggest fan of "i'm desperate, pacify me" rhetoric, i really like this song because i think

    every one feels that way sometimes, during periods of weakness. sometimes the feeling that you're under undeserved

    scrutiny, weather it's real or imagined, can be overwhelming and i think that's what this song is partially about.

    it's like, in some relationships - not necessarily 'romantic' ones - where you feel judgmental appraisal is the only

    form of acceptance available and the idea of sharing humble, human love seems out of the question, the quest of

    trying to earn that ever-evasive compensation can "...[drain] the blood from [you]" because "nothing ever comes for

    free."

    And even when you think you've found a fountain for the kind of sober, humble acceptance you crave, which doesn't

    have to be a person, but can even be something like God, you "...let go, but [you] cling", because it's something

    you don't remember having seen and you don't trust what you find unfamiliar. The "Give me faith" part goes

    especially well with the God idea, but obviously this song isn't about some hesitant religious awakening because of

    the line about cold kisses:)
    Nem0on July 13, 2008   Link

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