You and me Meant to be Immutable Impossible It's destiny Pure lunacy Incalculable Inseparable
And for the last time You're everything that I want and asked for You're all that I dream Who wouldn't be the one you love Who wouldn't stand inside your love Protected and the lover of
A pure soul And beautiful You Don't understand Don't fear me now I will breath For the both of us Travel the world Traverse the skies Your home is here Within my heart
And for the first time I feel as though I am reborn in my mind Recast as child and mystic sage
Who wouldn't be the one you love Who wouldn't stand inside your love
For the first time I'm telling how much I need and bleed for Your every move and waking sound in my time I'll wrap my wire around your heart And your mind You're mine forever now Who wouldn't be the one you love and live for Who wouldn't stand inside your love and die for Who wouldn't be the one you love
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Dena from Nowhere To Be, NjThe question I pose is: who wouldn't be the one the song is dedicated to? If I had a magic lamp, I'd certainly wish that.
Frank from Toronto, CanadaDeus Ex Machina DOES refer to a god coming down to help out. It also refers to a god from a machine. In old latin and greek plays, they often resolved the plot by having a god come down and help the protagonist. The actor playing the god was lowered on a crane (machina), and the use of a sudden intervention to resolve a plot became known as a god from the machine. Also, sweet song and fun video.
Braden from Pittsburgh, PaDeus Ex Machina absolutely does not mean that the gods are going to help out, it refers to the concept of a god from a machine Deus: God, Ex: Of/From Machina: Machine.
Alex from Madrid, SpainOne of the greatest love songs ever. Only Corgan could write such a mind-blowing lyrics. Corgan Poet!!
Nathan from Bluehaven, AustraliaSupport vinyl craze in australia!
Matthew Doroshow from Philadelphia, PaThey also played an acoustic version of this song during their final tour, which is also on the Storytellers program. If you have never heard that version, check it out, it's great.
Peter from Buenos Aires, ArgentinaThis song is great, period.
Nick from Guildford, EnglandDeus Ex Machina in Latin is not pronounced "Doo eh machina", Latin is pronounced as it is spelt - "Day-us ex masheena".
In Gary Numan's "Cars," the message is that cars lead to a mechanical society devoid of personal interaction. This didn't stop automakers from using it in commercials. Both Nissan and Oldsmobile have used it in ads.