"Rise Up" as written by Paul David Hewson, Dave Evans, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen....
Eh.

Rise Up
Don't falling down again
Rise Up
Long time I broke the chains
I try to fly a while so high
Direction sky
Eh.

My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow so high
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow so high
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow so high
Eh...Eh.

I try to fly a while so high
Direction sky
I try to fly a while so high
Direction sky
Eh.

My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow so high
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow so high
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow so high
Eh.

Rise up rise up rise up rise up
We'll meet again
Rise up rise up rise up rise up
For my mind and my brain

Cause I try to fly so high
Direction sky
Eh.

My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow so high
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow
Eh.

My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow so high
My dream is to fly
Over the rainbow so high
Eh.



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  • +1
    My InterpretationThe most beautiful song ever, when society tries to take away your freedom, or someone tries to control you.

    The only part I don't get is:

    Rise up rise up rise up rise up
    We'll meet again
    Rise up rise up rise up rise up


    I am guessing there is a love interest which could not be pursued, but when you fly, you are not in chains anymore, you can love anything. Love is forgiveness and peace .Perhaps when people will meet again, the situation or circumstance would be right .
    ProfBlueAcosta317on January 09, 2011   Link
  • +1
    My OpinionIt is also very liberating to know that a soul with confidence, can take on the challenges of life. With persistence, patience, and practice like shown in the official music video, you learn to master what you think will make you fall, and while she was becoming more comfortable in her own skin, it was like she was being uplifted by becoming one with herself and the ropes .
    ProfBlueAcosta317on January 09, 2011   Link

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