"Pregnant Pause" as written by and Christopher Robert Talbot Ben Little....
Dangerous make it good, so that you'll remember
Be there, not anybody understand
The wings are tongue that we speaking
No wilds got that ...but baby I got
Not anybody will understand
'Cause soon you tell me that I was to warn you
As I blind spark you got me in the
'Cause so you'll say me that you love so
Waiting a second see that pretty
Speak to me, yeah, talk, when you wanna go
Speak to me young talker
When I tell you what that was
'Cause soldiers are here to watch you
There's a blind spark that I have get to
That soldiers you see like an obstacles
Breath and say come feel that could be yours


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"Pregnant Pause" as written by Christopher Robert Talbot Ben Little

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    My InterpretationThe use of the word pregnant here refers to the phrase pregnant with meaning. The narrator is trying to salvage the relationship he has with his lover, he's trying to communicate to her but there are long, stabbing silences when they try to talk about their problems, and he is dwelling on these moments, these 'pregnant pauses', searching for possible clues in them over how their relationship is going.
    rliuon March 01, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationI think it's more reasonable to interpret this song as it were sang to a second person but there are some songs that I instinctively feel were sang by me to me. This is one of those. As someone that's devoted to understand oneself, I think some parts of this song fit perfectly with my feelings about introspection, specially the chorus.

    sometimes my heart hurts to watch you
    there's a blind spot that i can't get to
    sometimes you seem like a lost cause
    breathe a second feel that pregnant pause
    gravedadzeroon March 10, 2014   Link

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