"Going To India" as written by and Louis A. Lenard Craig R. Rondell....
Going to India when the love breaks.
Going to India watch all elephants.

Fly away from the pain.
Strap us in, 'cause the bass can't get us like an old guitar.
There's a place full of waste,
Where it is everyday *on the cover by scimitar.* (I know this one is wrong.)
Gotta go 'cause I know I should've flown,
Left nothing too exact to create yourself.
*If she goes she'd say, "Yeah,
On my 'cause it feels like my love has lost itself."*

Going to India when the love breaks.
Going to India, watch the men charm the snakes.

Run away from the pain
'Cause you know that there's nothing left to lose when you're chasing a dream.
Get up high when you go 'cause you know
That she's bumping inside and she needs to scream.
Find a place where you'll face into haze
And the dark shade feeling that captivates.
*Your faith into nature*, that is, invent yourself; don't change your ways.

And, oh, how confusing this love can be.
You get the fuck out.
But don't you lay... don't lay.

Going to India when the love breaks.
Going to India watch all elephants.

Fly away from the pain.
Strap us in, 'cause the bass can't get us like an old guitar.
There's a place full of waste,
Where it is everyday *on the cover by scimitar.*
Gotta go 'cause I know I should've flown,
Left nothing too exact to create yourself.
*If she goes she'd say, "Yeah,
On my 'cause it feels like my love has lost itself."*

So fly away.
Don't fly away.
Don't you fly away.
Don't you fly away


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"Going to India" as written by Louis A. Lenard Craig R. Rondell

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    General CommentI know this has nothing to do with the meaning of the song, but it's funny.

    One time when I spent the night over at my bf's house, I woke up to the line "going to India to watch all the elephants", and the sound of heavy footsteps in the hall.
    HaHa, get it?
    nietzsche_66on June 07, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI definately don't get it!? lol sorry!
    emoxinxmyxpantson July 12, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI definately don't get it!? lol sorry!
    emoxinxmyxpantson July 12, 2002   Link
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    General Commentfrom the lines "going to india" and the song being named "going to india" and the numerous inidan genre undertones in this song i feel it may have something to do with going to india, call me a lateral thinker!!! lol:D only joking i cant really see what this song is about maybe it is about getting away from all the bad things to live a more simple life but i may be completley wrong...can someone plz enlighten me
    hairyadventureon July 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis was the song that gt me hooked on Boy hits car, when i heard it, it was unlike anything i had ever heard, and i just listened to it over and over, its not so much the music or the lyrics, its just the fushion of the 2 and the way it merges to create an amazing sounding song
    Timmon May 10, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI believe this song is about attempting to escape when you're in love and things start to get tough.

    At least that is what the lines
    "And oh how confusing this love can be
    You get the fuck out but don't you leave
    Don’t leave"
    mean to me.

    Maybe it is just an escape for them from all of the realities of their love.

    Yeah.... =P Take it or leave it.
    Necromaniaon April 26, 2007   Link

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