"This Must Be It" as written by Svein Berge, Torbjorn Brundtland and Karin Dreijer Andersson....
Waiting for a beam to break through here
A chain way vision, all bright and clear
And they talk and they dance

I was expecting something pure with a golden hair
Arms full of bracelets and smoke in the air
And they talk and they dance

Here comes darkness, just afternoon
Waiting for a sign
If I survive, I'll worship the moon
Or something, anything

This must be it, long for bliss
First it was so quiet
And now I know I'm not alone in here
And they talked and they danced

Two elements, collide in my open hand
Making me a viewer, I am water and sand
And they talk and they dance

Your hand on my hips, speak friendly to me
I've been studying for years, patiently
Is this as far as you can take me?

This must be it, long for bliss
First it was so quiet
And now I know I'm not alone in here
And they talked and they danced

This must be it, long for bliss
First it was so quiet
And now I know I'm not alone in here
And they talked and they danced

This must be it, long for bliss
First it was so quiet
And now I know I'm not alone in here

This must be it, long for bliss
First it was so quiet
And now I know I'm not alone in here
And they talked and they danced




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"This Must Be It" as written by Svein Berge Karin Dreijer Andersson

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    My InterpretationFirst stanza: Concert goer arriving at the venue, in line talking and dancing with another fan of the opposite gender. Closing on a third person reference of self action.

    Second stanza: The expectation of the person they hoped they find "love" with.

    Third stanza: Reference to the time of day, waiting for evening to come when the concert really gets going. Anticipating the excitement of the concert. Faithless worship of anything.

    Fourth stanza: Concert has finally started!

    Fifth stanza: A self-reference using an analogy of two elements, sand and water, in the hand, with an existential realization of self with the partner finally found.

    Sixth stanza: with partner finally found, the question is posed, "I've studied a long time, can you give me more? Can you exercise my knowledge, strengths, etc.?"

    Chorus: With the partner having satisfied the voice, they've reached (dancing) bliss, and we hear the refrain of memory, self and partner realization, and current situation.
    Machtynon March 01, 2017   Link

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