高跟鞋
太过脆弱
承受不了
垂死的梦
他眼神
冰冷折磨
对于爱
算计太多
I can't breath (Baby tell me what u want, maybe
cuz I'm head over heels in this catchin' and find situation)
I can't breath (Baby tell me what u want, maybe
cuz I'm head over heels in this catchin' and find situation)
会是谁
又犯了错
无力抗拒
致命诱惑
下一秒
混乱坠落
加速逃离
devil's control
Baby tell me what u want, maybe
I can't breath (Baby tell me what u want, maybe
cuz I'm head over heels in this catchin' and find situation)
别回头
cuz I'm head over heels in this catchin' and find situation)
Baby tell me what u want, maybe
I can't breath (Baby tell me what u want, maybe
要召唤最骄傲的自由
甩开一切
revolution
幸福之后让人窒息
不安全感弥漫空气
无法呼吸
甩开一切
revolution
别再叫我冷静的听
毁灭之前要看透你
someone let me free
会是谁
又犯了错
无力抗拒
致命诱惑
下一秒
混乱坠落
加速逃离
devil's control
Baby tell me what u want, maybe
cuz I'm head over heels in this catchin' and find situation)
别回头
要召唤最骄傲的自由
甩开一切
revolution
幸福之后让人窒息
不安全感弥漫空气
无法呼吸
甩开一切
revolution
别再叫我冷静的听
毁灭之前要看透你
someone let me free
甩开一切
revolution
幸福之后让人窒息
不安全感弥漫空气
无法呼吸
甩开一切
revolution
别再叫我冷静的听
毁灭之前要看透你
someone let me free



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    General Comment

    this song was recorded for 'Batman and Robin' and was supposed to be recorded with the techno act Underworld. 2 versions were recorded, one was an all-out techno track and the other was a rocker that just featured Rick from Underworld singing the background line (the fute-cha neva happ AH unnd).....Stipe hated the techno version Underworld turned in and after a heated fight in the studio Rick walked out. The label used the REM version (that still featured Rick, but un-credited) but let Underwolrd have a song all their own on the soundtrack.

    coop1982on July 27, 2006   Link
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    A song about how the 60's baby-boomer "revolution" changed everything on the surface---and nothing at the core---how, as John Lennon put it in his ROLLING STONE interviews over 30 years ago, they grew their hair long and fucked around, yet the same ruling asses still are in charge and raping the world. The future never happened, indeed.....

    pdmon April 25, 2003   Link

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