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Lyrically the record touched on dystopian and sci-fi themes similar to those employed by authors such as Philip K. Dick, of whom Numan was a fan ( the opening lines of the song " Listen to the Sirens " are a direct lift from the title of Dick's book Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said ).
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Lyrically, the songs on the record addressed themes running from satire of societal and religious pieties, through excruciating examinations of personal fears, to the title track, on which the three core band members ruminate in spoken word fashion on their lives, their regrets, their jealousies, and the state of music in the 1990s.
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Lyrically, much of 3 Feet High and Rising focused on striving for peace and harmony — a message that was slowly fading from the rap community in the late 1980s.
Lyrically, " Gary Gilmore's Eyes " was a controversial song based on the wishes of Gary Gilmore, an American murderer, that his eyes be donated to medical science after his execution.
In the same year, he and Hill released " Think Twice " by Celine Dion, which went on to become a massive hit and won an Ivor Novello Award for " Best Song Musically and Lyrically ".
He continues by saying ; " Lyrically, musically, and historically, AZ has come up with his best work in a long time on this album.
" Lyrically, the more confrontational elements heard on ' Everything ...' were reined in, with Palumbo taking a more cerebral approach.
Lyrically they continued the trend of earlier songs of social conscience Krause had performed, for example on Henry Cow's " Living in the Heart of the Beast ".
Lyrically, the album dealt with criticism of British and European culture, violence, morbidity ( especially in reference to the song " Passenger On The Menu ", which describes in graphic detail the experiences of the passengers on the Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571 ), atheism, nihilism and humour.
Lyrically, the album focused on the concept of faith implied by the album's title, Beyond Belief, with radio singles entitled " Creed ," " Love " and " Prayer ," as well as the title track and " I Am on the Rock.
Lyrically, the band dissociated themselves from the post-relationship formula that was predominant on their previous records.
Lyrically, the song is about someone waking up from a romantic dream at six o ' clock on Monday morning, and facing a hectic journey to work when she would prefer to still be enjoying relaxing on Sunday — her " I-don't-have-to-run day ".
Lyrically, the song calls for a slowing down on the courtship process, and it is particularly addressed to appeal to the young female audience, as the female to female bonds are not threatened.
Lyrically, these performers drew on early singer-songwriters like Woody Guthrie, and the whole scene became gradually associated with the political left ( Garofolo, 196 ).
Lyrically, they have a strong focus on serial killers, mass murderers and a touch of sick gore humor.
Lyrically, every song deals in some way with the issue of truth-focusing more on half-truths than outright lies.
Lyrically the band is influenced by such bands as Meshuggah, Carcass and Lamb of God and focuses on problems indigenous to their home such as religion in American society.
Lyrically, Generation Swine ranges from songs about drugs and prostitution such as " Find Myself " and " Beauty ," to the anti-suicide stance on " Flush ," and familial love on " Rocketship " and " Brandon.
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Christ has suggested that “ Lyrically, I think the words are about the way Glenn was feeling at the time .” The remaining songs feature subjects including love, sex, evil and religious themes.
Lyrically, the band incorporated magical themes, referencing the Cthulhu Mythos, the Sumerian religion, Chaos magic and the works of Aleister Crowley.
Lyrically, the two songs are firmly rooted in themes associated with Mount Eerie but the recordings utilize Microphones-associated choral arrangements, differing from than the more solitary Mount Eerie material.
Lyrically, as the name of the band would suggest, they deal with themes relating to solitude, loneliness, alienation, self-exploration, and pain.
Lyrically, Songs for Dustmites deals with " familiar themes of love and loss ", while Burns himself has described the album as " songs about science and love ".
Lyrically, the song's spoken verses recount the story of one man's quest to tame a wild horse and echo the familiar Byrds ' themes of nature and freedom.
Lyrically, it's a concept album that deals with themes of dark " social fiction ", including domestic violence (" Take It Like a Woman "), prejudice (" Blow Me a Kiss "), war (" Pick Up the Bones ") and school shootings (" Wicked Young Man ").
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Lyrically, dainas concern themselves with native mythology but, in contrast to most similar forms, do not have any legendary heroes.
Lyrically, dainas concern themselves with native mythology and traditional festivals but, in contrast to most similar forms, do not have any legendary heroes.
Lyrically, the Perkins and Griffin songs are similar, but musically, the arrangement is more modern.
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" Lyrically the song make references to past Five Iron Frenzy songs and gives epilogues to the narrative of those songs.
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Lyrically, the album contains social commentary so harsh that CCM described it as " perhaps the most scathing ever put out by a Christian label.
Lyrically, the first person perspective of the song was influenced by " One for My Baby ( And One More for the Road )", which is sung from the perspective of a customer talking to a bartender.
Lyrically, Jackson's album is said to exhibit " politically driven feminist " message, as stated by Lilly Goren in You've Come A Long Way, Baby: Women, Politics, and Popular Culture ( 2009 ).
Lyrically, Glass Hammer is inspired mostly by their love of fantasy literature ( most notably Tolkien and C. S. Lewis ) and by their Christian faith.
Lyrically, his movement away from the constraints of chanson moved many others-including Miossec, Holden and Arman Méliès – by showing them that it was possible to make music that reflected their tastes and feelings using French.
Lyrically, " Do Somethin '" refers to having fun while being watched by other people, which is perceived in lines such as " Somebody pass my guitar / So I can look like a star ".
Lyrically, the song was inspired by the damaging behavior of Björk's brother, and in the lyrics she tells him to stand up and to regain control of his life.
Lyrically, Manson described " Only Happy When It Rains " as " about wanting love but knowing life will always get in the way .... yet not being obliterated by that.