I think this is proof enough of what this song really means.
The Eagles's "Hotel California"Actually, the most accepted theory is that Hotel California talks about "high life" in So. It talks about a being trapped in the high life, and having to deal with many obsessions - especially drugs.
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Key points: "Just by chance you crossed the diamond with the Pearl.turned it on the world..thats when you turned the world around" And..."All your low-rent friends are dead.can be very strange...those test-tubes and the scales, just get em all out of here....their gas in the car? I think the people down the hall, know who you are.." Its a great lyric, although hidden.most-all of their lyrics.
Phil Collins's "In The Air Tonight"*Real Meaning*, Phil and his best friend were swimming at the beach and his mate began to drown so Phil asked a man to help and he said no "Thinking it was a joke" so phil watched his best friend as a kid drown and die.
In the song he says, "slipping and a sliding" which is a description of using a needle for injection.
He uses brown because heroin is normally found as a brown powder (china brown).
In particular, we're looking for songs that aren't immediately obvious.
We also have pages on this topic devoted to the 80s and 90s James Taylor's "I Seen Fire And I Seen Rain" What i interpet the song is when he sings susanna the plans they put an end to you.So, before you start to make a reference to a song please research it before you put description into an artists work.-Professor Stylee Steely Dan's "Kid Charlemagne" This is a tough song to decipher.are many Steely Dan Songs.The artist explicitly describes what he had seen on his journey, to convey the idea of wide open peacefulness, A sky with no Doors's "People Are Strange"About a bad LSD trip."Faces look ugly when you're alone Women seem wicked when you're unwanted Streets are uneven when you're down When you're strange Faces come out of the rain When you're strange No one remembers your name" no doubt about that Harry Chapin's "Cat's In The Craddle"According to Harry himself, his wife Sandy Chapin wrote the lyrics for Cat?I know you're used to 16 or more, sorry we only have 8" That last line is a reference to the size of the film, 16mm or larger would be a pro film...8mm is amateur.