"Redshift" as written by Nicholas John Holmes and Gregory John Mackintosh....
There's something in the air that greets me
There's something in the air
I don't know where I belong, or where does it go from here

See my dreams; they're not like anyone's
There's something in your stare that greets me
There's something in your stare that tells me where I belong
And where it all goes from here

I don't know where I belong or where it all goes from here
See my dreams; they're not like anyone's, anyone's
There's something in the air that greets me
There's something in the air
I don't know where I went wrong or where does it go from here

See my dreams; they're not like anyone's, anyone's


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"Redshift" as written by Nicholas John Holmes Gregory John Mackintosh

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    My InterpretationI think the artist feels completely lost.
    He feels like he does not belong anywhere.
    His thoughts, and his dreams are far darker than the other people around him.

    "there's something in the air that greets me"
    that could be darkness, light, or even death.
    And his reality is far more comforting than the physical reality.
    Whatever it is, in the air.. The natural force he encounters, it gives him a sense of belonging.
    zombiesk8ron October 19, 2013   Link

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