"Veridis Quo" as written by Thomas Bangalter and Guy Manuel Homem Christo....

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Veridis Quo song meanings
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    General CommentIt's not that complicated, the title is simply "very disco"

    It's supposed to sound like latin but it's spelled wrong, and with the DISCOvery album (very disco, disco very?) it makes sense.
    cheesemonkeyon September 16, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI find this song kinda spritual. If you listen to it, when you're alone doing nothing, it can litterly take you to a whole nother world. Its like you drifting in space, floating in eternal darkness. But its okay, because you don't care, cause there will be a light waiting for you at the end of your journey. You feel as if you're drifting off to sleep, but you can't sleep because the sound is too good and musical. Its as if all your thoughts and feelings go away and you could care less, because all you want to do is just listen to the melodical tone and beat of the song. At least, that's how I feel.
    Dragon19on September 10, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIf you could pause the world and have everyone look at the stars, this would be the song the world would listen to.
    technoillogicon October 02, 2009   Link
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    General CommentNo comments yet???!?! This song is great, so simple yet so good. Its formula builds until the song ends, great stuff. Seriously, give it a listen if you haven't yet.
    rymert19on July 13, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningAlso, pertaining to the song title meaning, I found this post on another website:

    Originally Posted by Forero
    Viridis quo means something like "to where (it's) green", a phrase taken out of context, probably part of a famous Latin quote.

    I don't know whether this ties in at all, but it could be a verse out of Juvenal's 11th satire,where he says that all of Rome is in a frenzy at the Circus and he thinks the noise is so overwhelming because the Greens have won.
    "fragor aurem percutit,eventum viridis quo colligo panni."
    literal translation
    "the noise is ear-shattering - by which I guess the Greens have won."
    There were four circus factions,the Reds,the Blues,the Greens and the Whites,the Greens apparently being the most successful during the early empire.
    rymert19on July 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentVery catchy and nostalgic tune
    ben1000046on January 30, 2014   Link

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