All sorta terrifying I don't wanna be all alone While I tell this story. A message of hope for those who choose to hear it And a warning for those who do not. Nick Cowen from gave a positive review to the song, appreciating its narration, intense mood and guitar work. And can anyone tell me why Y'all sound like Peanuts parents? Real fucking high on drugs! The one who will deliver the message. It was more to love. See, they took me by the hand And invited me right in. Or something; I don't know, google the damn thing.
He becomes enraged and fearful and continues in his disbelief. He wants answers, not more questions. An overloaded feeling of emotion. Two traits of acid lsd are the long amount of time you are under the influence of the drug and the feelings of depression and loneliness assosciated with the abscence of human contact, hence why he turned up at a hospital. I don't know if any of this has been said before and I just sound like a douche bag, or if this is something new and interesting to everyone.
The bottom got on top of me Got me seeing E motherfucking T! It's one of those songs that was born to be played live, and makes less sense in other formats. The message is, we need to stop. That's what I've gotten out of it so far and this is what just makes me love most of what Maynard does although Puscifer is just weird - sorry Maynard. But saying why dont u beleive me like you beleived him. Keep in mind that Hubbard had already authored many books he has the world record for most published works ever , but on this one he called publishers saying he had the biggest book ever, a book of revolutionary proportions that would eventually usurp the bible. Or, I could have figured out what the hell this song is about.
You're right on point with Lost Keys and Intension making a solid trio. Eulogy was confirmed by Danny Carey as being about L Ron which makes perfect sense with the lyrics. Black as holes within a memory And blue as our new second sun. It's gotta be Dead head chemistry! It was a projected image. I believe this song qualifies for best rock song under a number of qualities and values that I will express forthright. Fuck you L Ron Hubbard and Tom Cruise! Rosetta Stoned was one of the first Tool songs I attempted to learn after plucking around and figuring it out on guitar. I wish people could use their brains and try to be a wee more creative.
Frankly speaking i don't know what exactly it means , sure you can google the lyrics and its interpretation but you will forget about it within a month. For visual reference, see Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. If it really sounds different, think about how Tool evolved each release. Facing reality is another theme. Psychedelics should only be used to give you a glimpse of the higher chakras. Some things that appeal to me are the imagery Maynard uses that I just find comical or prominent in unraveling the story.
The narrator of Rosetta Stoned may have been based on the character of the caller in Faaip De Oiad unconfirmed. A bad public speaker can be really somniferous, and so can a boring movie. Some people who have trouble snoozing take pills that are somniferous: sleeping pills. Not one album sounds alike. One of the great aspects of having a Tragic hero in this song is that it gives the narrator with a message that the aliens make him feel like he has an ultimate, larger purpose.
If you experience something that noone else has ever experienced in the exact same way, how do you explain it? You can't really ask for more. Overtime he will have that one song he overlooked and have a new gem to listen to. Like phosphorescent desert buttons Singing one familiar song. It's like a culmination of their entire career in one song. The only thing she could mumble was the directions out of the forest and that the world was gonna end soon.
If I catch them in order to have a chat, they keep it to 2 seconds. Not fully, but to an extent. Originally dianetics was not a religion, but when other people started to get rich from it, hubbard monopolized it into a religion called scientology, than made more corrupt changes, i. Mentionig stories and aliens telling him he is the chosen one. Cutting right angle donuts on a dime And stopping right at my Birkenstocks, And me yelping. If they don't walk away, they pretend they don't see me.
I think it works well to have a character on psychoactive compounds as a tragic hero. He earns lots of money and fame, and was one of the more egregiously corrupt founders of any religion ever, if not the most. It is purely about an acid trip gone terribly wrong and the repercussions of that thereafter. Chasing the tail of dogma. I hope it was worth it.