Usually I tend to focus more on the music rather than the lyrics, however for the album "England made me" by black box recorder it was different. Some lines really hit me, here I'll mention a few that come to mind
In any case I really recommend to listen to the song to really feel the lyricshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c03osZzU0yY>I trapped a spider underneath a glass>I kept it for a week, to see how long it'd last>He stared right back at me, he fought that he could win>We play a waiting game, he fought that I'd give in>England made me
Something about this really touches me. With the music this becomes a very memorable and strong image. I'm afraid I struggle to describe it further... The second verse and third verse are alright, but not as hard hitting to me personallyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJjqEIam15Y>Life is unfair>Kill yourself, or get over it
Well! This is obviously pretty provocative, but I think the message behind it is positive: one should learn to accept life and how things are rather than keep dwelling on the negatives. Actually this idea (specifically, and more in general) is very meaningful to me, because often I get stuck and can't "get over it". Yet not taking the decision between living and leaving only brings misery. I think this line is very bold and effective, it's the one that caught my attention to this album and I'm happy it did because I really like ithttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldNwX-Oe1G0>If I set fire to you now>Would you even make a sound
and>Feeling rotten to the core>And I don't need you anymore
Also the first verse is good. And a few other lines too. I really love this song, can you tell?
I really like the "If I set fire to you now" line. Sometimes I feel robotic, apathic. And this is line is like, if I was on fire, would I even make a sound? Now, of courPost too long. Click here to view the full text.