"Nightcall" as written by Vincent Pierre Claude Belorgey and Guy Manuel Homem Christo....
I’m giving you a nightcall
To tell you how I feel
I’m gonna drive you through the night
Down the hills
I’m gonna tell you something
You don’t want to hear
I’m gonna show you where it’s dumped
But have no fear

There’s something inside you
It's hard to explain
There’s something inside you boy
But you’re still the same

I’m giving you a nightcall
To tell you how I feel
I’m gonna drive you through the night
Down the hills
I’m gonna tell you something
You don’t want to hear
I’m gonna show you where it’s dumped
But have no fear

There’s something inside you
It's hard to explain
You’re talking about you boy, but
You’re still the same

Eh, yeah yeah
Tell you how
Tell you how
Tell you how, oh

I’m giving you a nightcall
To tell you how I feel
I’m gonna drive you through the night
Down the hills
I’m gonna tell you something
You don’t want to hear
I’m giving you a nightcall
To tell you how I feel and how I feel


Lyrics submitted by kateejo17, edited by LilyBear, MissAnwyn, empty64

"Nightcall" as written by Vincent Pierre Claude Belorgey, Guy Manuel Homem Christo

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    General CommentI think Nightcall can be interpreted as a breakup song. But I like to think of it as a completely different issue. It’s perhaps the most tortured feeling. It’s about two people who are in love but can’t be together. I think it’s perhaps a guy and a girl who are friends, but she’s going out with his best friend. Or brother. Or something. Neither of them want to hurt that person but inevitably they will because they both know they’re made for each other. Metal and Dust follows on from this: when the decision is made, it could be the death of all three relationships. The love and lust involved in all three will disappear.
    Lewjay1993on May 07, 2014   Link
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    My Interpretationbreakup
    mariolonghion December 23, 2013   Link
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    General CommentIt's a song about reincarnation. The feeling that you know someone before.
    Ravenzitaon September 30, 2014   Link
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    General Commentthanks Sony, I heard this in your advertisement and love it, Yup
    Paymaanon January 31, 2015   Link
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    General CommentPS: good cover
    Paymaanon January 31, 2015   Link
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    My InterpretationI don't think this song is about breakup or an impossible relationship. To me it sounds like the speaker is showing the second person a dark secret she never showed anyone before"I'm gonna show you where i'ts dumped, but have no fear" The speaker is sure the other person will be shocked/frightened by what she is going to show him, but she also tells him not to be afraid. Why not? The phrase"but you're still the same" implies that, since there must be something different, the speaker has changed. It was a sudden realization, because she called him at night, it means it has to be something of vital importance which cannot wait till the next day. Now there is the question what caused the sudden realization of the speaker. There is the strange phrase"They're talking about you, boy, but you're still the same" So what the other people said about him made her notice her feelings towards him and that he is the only person she feels close enough to to let him know her secret.
    It might be a bit too far-fetched, but it could also be possible there were rumors of a crime he committed and she urgently needed to tell him she was the one who did it. However, she is telling him she loves him and wants him to accept her dark past which she now plans to leave behind.
    empty64on February 11, 2015   Link

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