"Hit Me" as written by and Neil John Codling Brett Lewis Anderson....
You touch the place where we meet, where you and I become she and he,
I'm not as strong as I pretend to be,
You feel the scratches and scars, you feel the parts of me we call ours
But touch me once and I will fall to bits

Come on and hit me with your majesty, come on and hit me with all your mystery

And the moment we touch we are young, you feel my pulse and we become one
But drop me once and I will fall to bits

So come on and hit me with your majesty, come on and hit me with all your mystery


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    My OpinionThe lyrics to this song sound like the anticipation of a man about to meet his girlfriend or woman, whatever you like to call it. She's special sort of woman, not just an aquaintence, because she has a certain level of mystery and majesty - a princess of sorts. When he isn't with her, he behaves like a tough guy, suppressing his emotions and wounds with scars and scratches. But as soon as he meets her she lets him be whatever it is he really is, completely, in full expression. This scares him, because he has to trust her to not be as callous with him as he is with himself when they are apart. But in the final line he admits that falling to pieces emotionally scares him less than not seeing her at all, so he calls for her again.

    The music video to this song seems to be about how the art we see, though capable of suggesting the process of it's creation, holds the observer off. Then these two kids try show what is missing from these safe and old artworks.
    xby45on June 18, 2013   Link

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