"Rush Minute" as written by Robert Del Naja, Neil Davidge and Grantley Evan Marshall....
I wanna be clean but I gotta get high
It's good to be here, so hard to come by
You bring pain cause you got game
And needles and pins a man can't take

Peaches living in niches
Digging the scene like beautiful cliches
Throwing shapes in a gangster lean
Ignoring wars on gasoline
I got some yearning, God I'm made to get high
God's left hand wasn't made to get by
Got more highs left in me
And there's more room in recovery

From evil states that strip all chrome
From Marshall Amps into broken homes
And borstal blues to countless cliques
That rhythm sticks to those classic chicks
Still your tears and drown your fears
All is clear in a glass of beer

Peaches living in niches
Digging the scene like beautiful cliches
You fill me with endorphins
And you star in magazines
We draw liquor from the mattress springs
It ain't over til the last bell rings
Got more highs, you and me
And deluxe rooms in recovery


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"Rush Minute" as written by Neil Davidge Robert Del Naja

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    General CommentI'm pretty sure this song is about running away from your problems using drugs. It's about breaking a promise of not getting high (made to yourself or someone else) because you don't feel there's any reason to keep it anymore. And you want to escape the pain that's drowning you. It could possibly be a break up scenario.

    I listen to it when I'm running cause it definitely gets the blood going.
    dripdroptikson August 01, 2010   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI'm God's only addict and made to get high
    God's left hand wasn't made to get by

    Should be
    "What I got in my hand is made to get high
    God's left hand was made to get by"
    stomacheon April 28, 2010   Link
  • 0
    My InterpretationThis song is so gloomy, just the way I feel right now. It's about drugs and addicition, isn't it? Well, for me the feeling this song has to it resembles the feeling I have when I find out that a girl doesn't like me when I'm in love...
    Boreqon June 27, 2010   Link
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    General CommentSame with other comments, I believe this song is about using drugs and breaking a promise.
    I like how "you bring pain cause you got game" perfectly describe the drug, but for the one who also think this is a gloomy break up song I think that perfectly says "the girls with game, with style, are harder to handle kinda thing" lets stick to the drug side of the song tho

    "Peaches living in niches, digging the scene like beautiful cliches, FROM THESE shapes of a gangster lean, ignoring wars on gasoline" this part talks about the people with shallow "beautiful lives" but then sticking to cliches, ignoring the real world (wars on gasoline) and just thinking about their car and style (gangsta lean)

    This hes is the one using the drugs with the background of jamming with friends (Marshal Amps into broken homes) as a teenager and borstal experience and everything... (classic chicks might refer to the fact that those times are passed now)... and soothing all the pain with a glass of beer

    and the last part talks about ordinary people sticking to cliches while his sex life is just doing drugs and fucking all night (till the last bell rings refers to church) and again dealing with drugs

    P.S: English is my second language and I am always the reader in these websites, not the one writing comments... but this song has changed my life... so I wanted to share what I think about it. Hope my interpretations aint too off
    Pedrumon August 16, 2016   Link
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    My InterpretationSame with other comments, I believe this song is about using drugs and breaking a promise.
    I like how "you bring pain cause you got game" perfectly describes and complements the drug, but for the ones who think this is a gloomy break up song I think that perfectly says: the girls who got "game", have style, are harder to handle kinda thing.

    lets stick to the drug side of the song tho

    "Peaches living in niches, digging the scene like beautiful cliches, FROM THESE shapes of a gangster lean, ignoring wars on gasoline" this part talks about the people with shallow "beautiful lives" who stick to cliches, no out of box shit, no critical thinking, ignoring the real world (wars on gasoline) and just thinking about their car and style (gangsta lean)

    He also describes his lifestyle a lil bit with on point phrases which matches the tone of the song perfectly, he comes from the background of jamming with friends (Marshal amps into broken homes) as a teenager and having to deal with borstal (shitty experience) and everything... I think classic chicks might refer to the fact that those days are gone and its been a while... and soothing all the pain with a glass of beer

    and the last part talks about ordinary people sticking to cliches while his sex life is just doing drugs and fucking all night (till the last bell rings refers to church) and then dealing with the "aftery" s

    P.S: English is my second language and I am always the reader on these websites, not the one writing comments... but this song has changed my life... so I wanted to share what I think about it. Hope my interpretations aint too off
    Pedrumon August 16, 2016   Link

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