When I am depressed I listen to this song, and many times I feel very much how Justin Sane (former bassist who attempted suicide now in anti-flag who the song is based off of) felt.
Heart-wrenching lyrics about Vincent Van Gogh's beautiful life and tragic death...... Paint your palette blue and grey, Look out on a summer's day, With eyes that know the darkness in my soul. Flaming flowers that brightly blaze, Swirling clouds in violet haze, Reflect in Vincent's eyes of china blue.
The man in the song has a pregnant wife...totally screams gay *being sarcastic*. So, using your not so eloquent language, "know what your (sic) talking about before posting your BS." On another note, probably my favourite song ever, and it both depresses you and makes you incredibly angry at the same time. The song is talking about losing his best friend and talking about how much it hurts.
Nothing to do with the end of a relationship, moron. He keeps thinking about the good times and the night he lost him.
I actually think that either her son Hello or Like You should be here instead oooof My Immortal. There are few things better than speeding down the highway at night and blasting this song.
They both deal with the death of her little sister Bonnie when Amy was just 6 years old and Bonnie was only 3. My father actually died a couple years ago and I can remember singing that the day after we buried him. Some other good suggestions by Slipknot are Til We Die and Vermillion Pt.2Me and my ex girlfriend went out for a year and 8 months.
after the first few months we decided this to be our "song". Corey Taylor sings it with such passion and pain that it can't but move and touch you. Trust me, it really helps if you're feeling upset."Eleanor Rigby, died in the church and was buried along with her name, Nobody came.
the song portrays geldofs character a famous musician overdosing on heroin before a show and his managers response is to pump him with counter acting drugs so he can still go onstage simply for another was part of his cd the wall which he wrote based on life expriences and how he was a wacked out junky and the people around him didnt care as long as they made money if your gonna listen to this song go all the way and watch Pink Floyd's The Wall its on youtube its like 1hr 30 minfirst comment that pin bring it nit heroin but medcine, hes already OD and theres so much more meaninf to it. He was seriously ill on tour and he was given medicine he didn't want to keep him going, making money for the band, and it affected him and his basic performance as a human being greatly.
that comment realy fustreaded me dont talk about things you dont know. No, what started it was he was really sick before a show in Pittsburgh once and the hotel Doctor came up and said ,"oh we'll give you a shot of this and you'll be ok....made him nearly incoherent and he had to do the show anyway....was the inspiration for the song Technically the cover was Aaron Lewis (from Staind) and Fred Durst and I love Aaron's voice and not a big fan of the Who at all they ruined my name long before I had it. i still start sobbing everytime i hear it It's nothing to do with Jim's father either.