"Electric Eye" as written by Guy Rupert Berryman, Jonas Bjerre, Magne Furuholmen and Martin Terefe....
I can see a point where all our futures meet.
Where we are going, and every place we feel.
Through all the static, I hear you calling.
Please switch yourself off, don't keep me holding on.

Sad as fire,
It's your take to my mind.
Now you have to go.

I could be a soldier,
I could be a humanoid.
I could be an ion far away from home.
I wanna feel you closer to me.
I wanna hold you in my arms.
I want to be a part of everything
I want to be a part!

Fear that I see.
Fear that I see.
Fear that I see.
Fear that I see.


Lyrics submitted by Pwahahaha

"Electric Eye" as written by Martin Terefe Magne (mags) Furuholmen

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    General CommentI thought it was

    "I can see a point where all our futures meet; where we are going, and every place we've been"

    That seems to make a tad more sense.

    Anyways, I get the image of some sort of omniscient being. A sort of "eye" that can see and knows everything. Where you're going. Where you've been. It can see into the future, and where your destiny intertwines with others'.

    "I could be a soldier, I could be a humanoid; I could be an ion far away from home."

    Seems like he's describing himself as something we'll never know. He could be something as simple as a human or something as foreign as a galaxy or cosmic dust. Or perhaps he's stating that he could be any of those if he wants and can shape shift accordingly, he just has that power.

    "I wanna feel you closer to me; I wanna hold you in my arms; I want to be a part of everything, I want to be a part"

    Rather than a romantic kind of thing I get more-so the idea of a god or a higher being that wants to be closer to its children; its creations. It wants to be able to hold them in its arms. It wants that control over everything and the involvement in the world's destiny.



    And that is the end of my pretentious over analysis. Lol. Sorry! :)
    retroslothon September 22, 2010   Link
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    General CommentOh, also the part at the end with the incoherent mumbling I can make out "sub particle entanglement" as the first two words.
    retroslothon November 19, 2010   Link

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