"Fez - Being Born" as written by Adam Clayton, Dave Evans, Paul David Hewson, Larry Mullen, Daniel Roland Lanois and Brian Eno....
Six o'clock
On the auto route
Burning rubber, burning chrome
Bay of Cadiz and ferry home
Atlantic sea cut glass
African sun at last
Oh
Oh
Oh
Oh
Lights, flash past
Like me-mories
A speeding head, a speeding heart
I'm being born, a bleeding start
The engines roar, blood curling wail
Head first then foot
Then heart sets sail


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"Fez-Being Born" as written by Adam Clayton Brian Peter George Eno

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    General Comment"Head first then foot
    Then heart sets sail"

    This line, like most U2 lines can be interpreted as two things:

    1) An actual birth of a child - Head then body then feet out of the womb. Heart is the mothers love for the child and vise/versa.

    2) As is in the Anton Corbijn film, perhaps when we see someonewe like our 'mind starts to wander' and then we walk over and then start a relationship of love.

    Maybe...
    bigrobbo2006on March 04, 2009   Link

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