you fly
or rather float, drift
through the enormous dark room
a room of noises
endless, shimmering glissandi
crackling pizzicato
coal-black
turbulence halls of bassdrones
but otherwise empty
no planets
no meteorites
if anything
perhaps fine dust clouds
of exploded music
you float there
somewhere between
pleasure and fear

nowhere catastrophe
nowhere
nowhere catastrophe
nowhere
nowhere catastrophe
nowhere
nowhere catastrophe

in a piece of time
you cannot determine
you are everywhere but in the present
and you disappear
further and further
into these incalcuable rooms
and your personality fades away
your features evaporate
your body decomposes

and your last thought is that you have become a noise
a thin, nameless noise among all these others
howling in the empty dark room

nowhere catastrophe
nowhere
nowhere catastrophe
nowhere
nowhere catastrophe
nowhere
nowhere catastrophe


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Nowhere/catastrophe song meanings
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    General Commentnihilistic tendencies.. could be perceiving the mechanistic structure and inner workings of society that runs the human world which destroys any personality a true creative spirit may have then realizing that in such a system you are nothing but an automaton with no name surrounded by many other automatons all screaming and groping in the dark with nothing to hope for and nothing to know
    ImpaledOnionon October 30, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwell, nothing to know, besides how this sort of world holds you down in chains and drains your creative life force
    ImpaledOnionon October 30, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhere did you learned this nihilist concept? I found it very interesting and will be glad if you can tell me the source
    azakon January 26, 2009   Link
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    My Opinioni just think that this is about music itself, or the experience to hear music.
    guybrushjamalon June 15, 2010   Link

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