Every You Every Me Übersetzung auf Deutsch von Placebo: Dumme Liebe ist vom Himmel gesandt / Du bist verwirrt, unsere Leidenschaft ist verbraucht / Mein. Every You Every Me (CD1) - Placebo: polaroidwork.com: Musik. Placebo Liedtext: Every You Every Me: Sucker love is heaven sent. / You pucker up, our passion's spent. / My h.
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Placebo Every Me And Every You Kinox Annabelle. - Vorgestellte KanäleEtwas Geliehenes, etwas Blaues. I take advantage of you and then disappear In the shape of things to come. What links here Related changes Upload file Free Willy pages Permanent link Page information Cite this page Wikidata item.
I think this song is about how destructive relationships are romanticized in our society. For example Twilight, by Stephenie Meyers encourages all the factors of an abusive relationship, intimidation, force, posessiveness Our society encourages relationships formed purely to drive away loneliness and feel like somebody cares, rather than out of love for that specific person.
Every you and every me mocks this concept, for example "pucker up for heaven's sake, there's never been so much at stake" questions the importance of looks in partner selection, as if it were the most important thing in the world, which is what the media claims.
I've picked apart a clearasil, axe and another advert for teeth whitening procedures cannot remember the brand and the message really relates to that song lyric.
It's a beautiful song, in its own way. No Replies Log in to reply. General Comment Another obvious one. He's talking about being the type of person that will find someone to fuck and even as the other party becomes obsessed, he can get by without being scathed whatsoever.
It's a song about being callous in affairs of love. That's why it was a fit for Cruel Intentions and that's all it means. Not that complicated folks.
It's talking about using the opposite sex for whatever reason it might happen. Lyric Correction I'm surprised that nobody caught the Doctor Who reference within the lyrics.
What he does have for himself is the TARDIS, which he "borrowed" from a factory and without the TARDIS there would be no real purpose to his existence.
Every single time I hear this song I think of Doctor Who! I'm glad I'm not the only one! Flag OldFriends on August 30, It's probably because Moffat and this song refer to the same rhyme en.
Though some of the references are almost a bit too coincidental.. Flag Feepy on September 03, If you see what I posted about it, I agree with you SO MUCH but I kind of analyzed every line and it REALLY is about the show.
Flagged musicamo on December 15, The Doctor Who novel "Placebo Effect" written by Gary Russell Flagged silverlinr on January 20, My Interpretation Literally interpreting it would be like that, but what is great about placebo is that their songs are open to the meaning one can give them.
I also see drugs, s-m, prostitution, loveless and destructive relationships, self cutting, unrequited love, and so on, it's up to the listener.
General Comment i've always thought this song has to do with a somewhat abusive relationship, where the person can't seem to find any other love except this one, and while its abusive they love them a lot "Sucker love, a box I choose.
No other box I choose to use. My Opinion I know I'm not the only person who has thought of this. Is anyone pulling a Doctor Who motif out of this?
I doubt that is what Brian intended to do then again, maybe he would but every down to "The Box I choose" "Sucker love I always find, Someone to bruise and leave behind" and "All alone in space and time There's nothing here but what here's here's mine" seems to line up.
I know it's silly, but it made me giggle. I've always thought this. I doubt it is what Brian had in mind, but I like to think that he sort of knew.
But definitely. Especially "All alone in space and time There's nothing here, but what here's mine. Something borrowed, something blue Every Me and every you.
But I like to think of "Every me and every you" as all of his regenerations and his companions. Also, "No other box I choose to use" etc, also about the TARDIS "Another love I would abuse, No circumstances could excuse" Which I see as the Doctor falling in love with with varying depth each of his companions, and fashioning into weapons, as pointed out by Davros at the end of series 4, and there being no excuse for it.
I love both these things too much. Flag nicklouki on October 08, The Doctor Who novel "Placebo Effect" written by Gary Russell Flag silverlinr on January 20, You pucker up, our passion's spent -- this refers to both of them being through many relationships and finding it difficult to start again.
I think that Brian an artist is always affraid to belong to someone, or of people knowing he is a relationship He wants this person in his skin marked forever and people knowing that he belongs to someone else.
Sucker love, a box I choose -- No other box I choose to use -- maybe the box of pandora, like the destruction of everything he believed in and that was his life, but now he chooses to change, because he is in love.
Another love I would abuse -- No circumstances could excuse -- I think that he sees himself as an abuser, but in part because he has never found an equal.
In the shape of things to come -- Too much poison come undone -- Again, they are fucked up right now, but being together is healing them. So, he sees himself to be okay in the future.
This lines I think that make a lot of sense when we interpret than Brian sees himself as and abuser and then finds his match For trusting this person, who is just like him, he could really get his heart broken.
I serve my head up on a plate -- a reference to falling in love, giving himself to this person. Like the naked leads the blind -- I know I'm selfish, I'm unkind -- He is describing himself, a bad person I think is being very melodramatic and also maybe how people or society has made him feel about himself.
All alone in space and time -- There's nothing here, but what here's mine-- I truly think of Brian as a genius and true artist, and I think that being an artist myself that he is in eternal loneliness.
This is how he has always felt Something borrowed, something blue -- a very radical change, but a beautiful contrast, I do get this as the tradition of a wedding.
Every me and every you -- And this phrase again, he was found an equal and that is why he wants to stay with this person But very real, and I believe the only kind of love he thinks can make him happy Borja I agree with your interpretation.
Flag InfinityZ on April 02, General Comment AllStarMe - is that because you witnessed the powerful talents of Appleyard skating to it on Sorry and hearing the song makes you want to skate like that?
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Download as PDF Printable version. Real World Box, Wiltshire , UK. Hut Virgin Elevator Music."Every You Every Me" is a song by British alternative rock band Placebo, released as the third single from their second album, Without You I'm Nothing, on 25 January It was released as a 2-CD set and on cassette, but promotional copies on inch vinyl polaroidwork.com: Hut, Virgin, Elevator Music. Placebo – Every You Every Me. Comments; Every you and every me mocks this concept, for example "pucker up for heaven's sake, there's never been so much at stake" questions the importance of looks in partner selection, as if it were the most important thing in the world, which is what the media claims. 4/5(11).