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There's no one stirring on my street tonight
There's no one leaning on my window pane
No one to ascertain
Or just to apologize to

There's no one to kill my anxiousness again
ANd if you can please take these arrows from my side
Their poison marks are like a tattoo of my pride
I'm guilty, so guilty, dead guilty

[chorus]
Blind
I'm blind
You know I'm blind, baby
Say it isn't right
So blind
I'm blind
I'm certifiable
But I'm on time

No priest in midnight black can cure my itching flea
This case of stricken lust has really got a hold on me
And if you can please take the sword back from my side
Its poison mark is like a tattoo of my pride
I'm guilty, so shoot me, I'm guilty

[chorus]
Blind
I'm blind
You know I'm losing my mind
I'm paralyzed
So blind
I'm blind
Certifiable
But right in time

I need divine intervention
Your divine intervention
You're divine
You're the vine
I'm the branch
You're the vine
I'm the fig leaf
You're the branch
You're divine

I'm blind (I'm deaf and dumb and that's not all)
I can see now my eyes are opening
I'm deaf and dumb and that's not all
I'm deaf and dumb to it all
I'm deaf
I'm dumb
So blind


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    My InterpretationThis song is about the paralyzing, blinding anxiety that come from moral finitude. In the song, the singer rightly feels responsible, not for any specific sin (line 4), but for his not living his existence the way he knows he should. This angst is confusing, and also as he sees more his absolute freedom he sees that he is more responsible than he thought, so he sings of his "blindness". However he may be on to an answer - "divine intervention."
    Petrovichon August 25, 2013   Link

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