"Atlantis to Interzone" as written by Jamie Oliver Jack Reynolds, James Nicholas Righton and Simon Lee Campbell Taylor-davies....
Good thieves of burning cars
Encircle poisoned rivers, minds and hearts
Horses want to dance
But find their wings are damaged, water damaged

Gold is selling out
So hurry, mighty ocean's rising fast
A big man with a plan
Has got a storm a coming, monster coming

From Atlantis to Interzone
You start on the edge and you end on your own
From Atlantis to Interzone
You start on the edge and you end on your own

We're fragments of fiction

Your dead man, half alive
Who hangs from helping numbers, one to five
His ears, pricked with the knife
Hears that the east are coming, west are coming

From gravity's rainbow
The axis here is still unknown
The children's faces glow
The wasteland guides them, wasteland guides them

From Atlantis to Interzone
You start on the edge and you end on your own
From Atlantis to Interzone
You start on the edge and you end on your own
From Atlantis to Interzone
You start on the edge and you end on your own

We're fragments of fiction



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"Atlantis to Interzone" as written by Jamie Oliver Jack Reynolds James Nicholas Righton

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    General CommentThis is an excellent song
    TheyMightBeAwesomeon April 27, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI can't really say but I think it's about the actual story of Atlantis being drowned as told by old. If you look at it that way, most of the supposed metaphors like Horses with Wings and a Big Man just melt down into the legend of Atlantis which is said in legends to have been a very advanced civilization which prospered during the ancient times but was lost after a big flood overtook the city.
    Termieon October 14, 2010   Link

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