"Get All You Deserve" as written by and Steven John Wilson....
Open the car door slow
Don't think that you'll ever know my name
Get all that you deserve in this world

Love more than you can know
Have more than you'll ever need from me
Get all that you deserve in this world

Get all that you deserve
Get all that you deserve
Get all that you deserve


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"Get All You Deserve" as written by Steven John Wilson

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    General Commentpowerful song. The line "get all that you deserve" is repeated over and over as the noise and distortion builds. This reflects how this ideal is repeated in the modern culture. And what does this attitude lead to? Total breakdown, destruction, thus, as says SW, "total fucking noise." Amazing use of lyrics and song to complement each other.
    johneon January 10, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think this song is about the culture of greed and entitlement surrounding young people these days. It's how young people can fly through the world trying to get everything they think they deserve.

    "Open the car door slow. Don't think you'll ever know my name" Sounds like the scene of a crash. The driver is slowly opening the door to see what/who he ran over. He'll probably never now the victim's name. Metaphorically, this person is recklessly driving through life, using and leaving people as he sees fit.

    "Get all that you deserve, in this world"

    "Love more than you can know. Have more than you'll ever need from me" He says he loves people/things but he loves more than he can even know, so he must not really love them. He has more than he needs so he leaves the person to die. He has more than he needs from this person so he leaves them to die.

    Get all that you deserve, in this world

    Get all that you deserve
    Get all that you deserve
    Get all that you deserve
    Galt2112on August 12, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commenttotal fucking noise!

    the length and ambience of this song are perfect.
    sonoflifeon July 18, 2009   Link
  • 0
    My InterpretationFor me it's a bitter way of saying goodbye to a partner. (After Stupd Dream, Deadwing and Incident)
    jana119855on December 18, 2016   Link

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