There's no need to come down
Arising through the other ground
These people
These people don't mean a thing
But don't you think it's funny
That now they get to have a say

We'll try this
We'll try this and see if it works
I want you just like that
Just like I
Always had you
Well, if it doesn't work
Then what we need is another drug
When I'm like this
It strikes me:
I'm the only one who knows you

So long

Draw a line
Into these spinning heads

Oh, higher
There's no need to come down
Arising through the other ground
This song
This song is the same as always
Go on and shape it
Such a diamond, such a holiday

So long

Draw a line
Into these spinning heads
Go honey, be a holiday
Go honey, be a holiday
Go honey, be a holiday
Go honey, be a holiday

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    It surprises me to see that no one has comment on this song. This is an amazing example of great music. Good lyrics and an impeccable melody.

    The song is quite obvious as far as its message is concerned. Silvert (Madrugada's frontman) sings about his loved one and the people that judge and criticise everything, from your relationship to your talent.

    It's an amazing testament to how you can subtly rub your success in the face of everyone that ever doubted you and ultimately the fact that none of their opinions really matter or have an impact on his relationship.

    So, he is singing the song to his loved one, saying

    "we'll try this, and see if it works"

    and meaning "we'll start and see where it goes, without pressure or expectations from everyone but us two".

    Also, I love the part where he says "This song, this song is the same as always Anyway I wanna shape it Such a diamond, such a holiday"

    meaning that the song may remain the same, the same old tune he's already sung before countless times, but this time he wants to "shape" it, give it new life through his new-found love.

    One of their best songs. And they have many of those

    TheEraseron October 03, 2010   Link

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