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It came out of a conversation about money."And She Was", Talking Heads I have heard that this song is about a girl who commits suicide.
If you read the lyrics with that thought, it does make sense.
A third person observes that the wrinkles on her face show that she's seen it all.
This song could also represent the late 80s downward spiral of communism in Russia.
However, this song DOES NOT praise this doctors actions, it is just telling you about them."Another Day in Paradise", Phil Collins This song represents homelessness in America.
A woman is wandering the streets, looking for help, because she is hurt.
Hence the line, "Here's to the boys back in 628, where an ear to the wall was a twist of fate.""Behind The Crooked Cross", Slayer This song, if you listen to the lyrics, is all about how wars are fought in the name of God.
After a life of being told "thou shall not kill" and "killing is wrong" in time of war you're told it's okay to kill the enemy for your country and for your God, even though it is still wrong."Blister In The Sun", Violent Femmes This is yet ANOTHER song about masturbation.
The phrase painted on the bridge ("I don't want the world, I just want your half") was not actually found on a bridge, although fans did make this into a popular graffiti.
I've always loved this song and have oftentimes wondered what it's talking about."Angel of Death", Slayer This song is about the atrocities causes during WWII by a Nazi doctor named Josef Mengele.
Reading the lycrics tells you the horrors he created.
A good music song, lyrics are somewhat funny."867-5309/Jenny", Tommy Tu Tone He dated a girl named Jenny, who's number was actually 867-5309.
When he wrote the song, she had to change her number because she kept getting phone calls related to the song.
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"99 Luftbalons/99 Red Balloons", Nena The song is about someone letting 99 red balloons go flying into the sky in Berlin.