"Blue" as written by and Simon/salisbury Jones....
There you were on the floor cut up
And all alone I held you
Conceived in a chrome dream I was a crease
In the shirt that this world wears
Till I met Blue, I was in obscurity he said
Loosen up who do you wanna be?

We could steal a car and listen to the stars
I can see you've choked on them too
Had enough of late night films
Just settle for an hour or two
Oh Blue, show me something new
Oh Blue, show me something new

Blue, I've got a question every time I hold you
Yeah, Blue, I've got a question every time I swallow you it's true

Spike danced for ten days long
We were just heading for the sun
You shot him down there's blood on my face
His heart's in the right place
What they gonna do to you
What they gonna do

Blue don't forget the word, I warned you
Oh Blue don't let them push you don't let them destroy you
Meanwhile I'm searching with my brain blown eyes
See the world through my dirty lonely mixed up mind


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"Blue" as written by Simon Jones Richard Ashcroft

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    My InterpretationI wrote an five plus page analysis paper on this song in college. I researched it extensively. While I'm not positive about my conclusions, I looked into everything that has been said above, and I believe that it is about how drugs seemed great at first and then they ruin the narrator's life. In his addiction he kills someone and continues to blame the drug (who he has personified and calls by name) for his actions. Wild and free? I don't hear it. Mind blowing guitars and one of the most underrated Verve songs of all time I do hear. Who knows? I got a 98% on the paper!
    dcortonon June 08, 2010   Link

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