"Something Human" as written by and Matthew James Bellamy....
My circuits have blown
I know it's self-imposed
And all I have shared, and all I have loved
Is all I'll ever own
But something has changed
I feel so alive
My life just blew up, I'd give it all up
I'll depressurize

Oh, oh, oh, ten thousand miles left on the road
Oh, oh, oh, five hundred hours 'til I am home

I need something human, human
Human, human

Let's face all our fears
Come out of the shade
Let's burn all the money, absolve all the lies
And wake up unscathed
The big picture's gone
Replaced with visions of you
Now life can begin, I've cleansed all my sins
I'm about to break through

Oh, oh, oh, five thousand miles left on the road
Oh, oh, oh, two hundred hours 'til I am home

I need something human, human
Human, human

And I need the touch
And something human, human

Oh, oh, oh, less than a mile left on the road
Oh, oh, oh, I will be crawling though your door
I need something human, human
Human, human

And I need your love
And something human, human


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Something Human" as written by Matthew James Bellamy

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    General CommentMy 2 cents: sometimes being human means to take a step back from how you expect things to happens, and instead being the one who makes them happen even if not in the perfect way you wished them to happen, or being angry or happy instead of being indifferent and coldish.
    I imagine the depressurize part as what happens before getting out of your own world, maybe a perfect one when there are not many contacts with the outside for a long time, before entering the one where people interact with each other all the time, and accept and even love imperfections.
    Likeahurricaneon September 04, 2018   Link

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