I don't feel a thing, and that's alright with me
I'll just sit and rot away, and that's okay with me
Like a flower or a bird singing of all the beauty in the world
When you're high and watching someone die
Watching someone die

You remind me of a snake, but only when you smile
The hurricanes, the earthquakes, but only for a while
Like a flower or a bird singing of all the beauty in the world
When you're high and watching someone die
Watching someone die

Now I've got you burning on a silver spoon
Now you've got me flying, flying to the moon
Now you've got me wishing, wishing I was you
There ain't no use in crying, what good would it do?

Sleep now forget the day
Dream, baby, dream away

Now I've got you burning on a silver spoon
Now you've got me flying, flying to the moon
Now you've got me wishing, wishing I was you
There ain't no use in crying, what good would it do?
What good would it do?


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Space Needle song meanings
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    General CommentJust a hunch here but I think this song is from the standpoint of a heroine addict (mind you I don't think Todd Smith is a heroine addict). "I don't feel a thing, and that's alright with me...I'll just sit and rot away, and that's okay with me." "Now I've got you burning on a silver spoon...Now you've got me flying, flying to the moon." I think those are both obvious heroine references. The title of the song is Space Needle which is a Seattle landmark. Seattle was the home of many popular grunge-era bands that all suffered from heroine addictions. Perhaps he is just giving his perspective on the addiction.
    SystemBrandenon November 12, 2010   Link

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