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Adventure of a Lifetime - Lyrics Decryption


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From where do you have that information ?

 

According to bassist Guy Berryman, the track “started as a freeform musical session and was called something else, Legends or something. It had a different chord sequence and different hooks and one-by-one things were taken away and things got added.”

 

Link: http://www.qthemusic.com/12811/coldp...of-a-lifetime/

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="https://twitter.com/coldplaier">@coldplaier</a> Pretty sure it's not Indian & nothing specific - just as with Charlie Brown, vocal effects...</p>— The Oracle (@ColdplayOracle) <a href="https://twitter.com/ColdplayOracle/status/663665612439339008">November 9, 2015</a></blockquote>

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but wtf is he sayingggggggg, lol

I was trying to decipher what Chris was saying it was on the interview, but I couldn't figure it out....

 

magictodat shidorap shidorap badawhup

 

 

 

yo dudes, you just hear voice samples, SNIPPETS, probably tiny pieces of the song lyrics. Meaningless things.

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i didn't rate the lyrics much at all except the

Under this pressure, under this weight

We are diamonds

but there are a couple of really inspired snippets there. too bad they get lost in the mediocrity of the repetitions. but after listening to the radio x interview yesterday, i'm loving this verse. there are some feminist undertones there.

Said I can't go on, not in this way

I'm a dream, I die by light of day

Gonna hold up half the sky and say,

"Only I own me"

 

edit: to me, it fits if this verse is said by the woman rather than the man. that's what i'm interpreting it as anyway.

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i didn't rate the lyrics much at all except the

 

but there are a couple of really inspired snippets there. too bad they get lost in the mediocrity of the repetitions. but after listening to the radio x interview yesterday, i'm loving this verse. there are some feminist undertones there.

 

 

edit: to me, it fits if this verse is said by the woman rather than the man. that's what i'm interpreting it as anyway.

 

Yeah, kind of fits with that book Chris was reading about empowering women.

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