"M.E." as written by Larry Blackmon, Billy Allen and Robert Lee Smith....
(anatano yume ni watashi wo tamoteru)
Can you hold me in your dreams
(watashi wo kanjiru koto ga dekiruno
Watashi ga anata wo kanjiru youni)
Can you feel me like I feel you
(anatano yume ni watashi wo tamoteru)
Can you hold me in your dreams
(anatano yume ni watashi wo tamoteru)
Can you hold me in your dreams
(watashi wo kanjiru koto ga dekiruno
Watashi ga anata wo kanjiru youni)
Can you feel me like I feel you
Goodbye mother earth
Goodgoodbye mother earth
Can you feel me like I feel you
I don't want to kill time
I want it to live
I'm not wasting this life
I'm letting it in
You
Just rip off the planet
And take what you want
I'm
Coming to get you
If you give up
Beautiful destination
What's it worth
Beautiful destination
Goodbye mother earth
I
Am all that surrounds you
The earth and the sky
You
You're the mouth and the money
That's bleeding me dry
Why
I am not a spirit of the world
I heal the spirit of the world
I am not a spirit of the world
Goodbye mother earth
(kocchi da)
Its a beautiful destination
(kocchi da)
For what its worth
(kocchi da)
A beautiful destination
(kocchi da)
Goodbye mother earth
Its a beautiful destination
For what its worth
Its a beautiful destination
Goodbye mother earth
Its a beautiful destination
For what its worth
Its a beautiful destination
Goodbye mother earth


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"M.E." as written by Billy Allen Larry Blackmon

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    General CommentThis song seems surprisingly lucid compared to the stream-of-unconsciousness lyrics Karl Hyde usually comes up with: to wit, a pretty standard plea for environmental awareness. What I can't wrap my head around is who the narrator is supposed to be: "I am not a spirit of the world--I heal the spirit of the world" and "I am all that surrounds you/The Earth and the sky" suggest that he is not singing from the perspective of a human, but the kine "I don't want to kill time/I want it to live" is beautiful in any event.
    owennnnnnnnnnon March 23, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhat does the Japanese stuff at the end?
    Anyone know?
    chapattackon October 16, 2008   Link

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