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Discussion in 'Ghost Stories (2014)' started by oldmuckers, Mar 3, 2014.
Odered mine online from Target and it arrived today-YIPPEEE!!!
I didn't know exactly where to post this, but here it goes. This is a part of Cemeteries of London: So we rode down to the river where the toiling ghosts strain for their curses to be broken… We’d go underneath the arches where the witches are in there saying there are ghost towns in the ocean… The ocean…
Ghosts and oceans!
oh the nostalgia.. how i crave for this lyrical maturity..
I don't know if this picture is old or not, but this was supposed to be the tracklist of GS:
There's no ASFOS nor Magic. I bet that the record company forced them to make some 'pop songs' to increase the sales. When sales wasn't (at all) the point of GS...
I don't think Coldplay get told what to do anymore. They are Parlophone's biggest act by far, and no matter what they release they always sell big. World Without You sounds like a song with a similar meaning to A Sky Full of Stas judging by the title and its place on the album, I just assume that new songs came about.
No ink either on that? The Race perhaps would’ve replaced it if it was on the tracklist
If you think about it this whole album is the opposite of Moses
In what way do you mean ?
Since Moses was about falling in love with Gwyneth and Ghost Stories was about getting divorced from her
It's not about that. It's about something that happened a really, really long time ago.
A total car crash.
It's about someone who is asleep somewhere and still haunts someones dreams.
Perhaps it's even about someone waking up and meeting someone again.
Who can say.
Perhaps it's about someone who dreams of someone who is sleeping
and someone else who awakes only to find everyone is asleep.
It's something like that.
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