"Give Life Back to Music" as written by Nile Rodgers, Paul Jackson, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-manuel De Homem-christo....
Let the music in tonight
(Just turn on the music)
Let the music of your life
(Give life back to music)

Let the music in tonight
(Just turn on the music)
Let the music of your life
(Give life back to music)

Let the music in tonight
(Just turn on the music)
Let the music of your life
(Give life back to music)

Let the music in tonight
(Just turn on the music)
Let the music of your life
(Give life back to music)

Give life back to music
Give life back to music

Let the music in tonight
(Just turn on the music)
Let the music of your life
(Give life back to music)

Let the music in tonight
(Just turn on the music)
Let the music of your life
(Give life back to music)

Let the music in tonight
(Just turn on the music)
Let the music of your life
(Give life back to music)

Let the music in tonight
(Just turn on the music)
Let the music of your life
(Give life back to music)


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"Give Life Back to Music" as written by Paul Jackson Nile Rodgers

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    General CommentKinda building on the other ones. I believe this song is about letting your 'soul' create the music. In Random Access Memories, there are a number of songs that revolve around this theme. Even beyond this album, Daft Punk songs has been known to have such messages. Conversely, the "Just turn on the music" shows that there is a give and take. That in order to fully appreciate the music you have to put your soul into it, but you must also allow the song to 'envelope' your soul.
    Padfoot45on April 28, 2014   Link
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    General CommentLet music into your life in order to change or influence you in some way. But also put your life into music in oder to change or influence it in some way. Music and our lives are cyclic influences of one another.
    crhineon July 04, 2013   Link
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    My OpinionSeems straight forward. There could be more to it, but I think that the song is a criticism of current music. In particular, electronic dance music. I remember reading recently that Daft Punk thought all EDM was made by the same person, because it all sounds the same.

    Music, or at least popular music, has definitely lost its life.
    Barney93on July 05, 2013   Link

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