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Twice
by Little Dragon

Twice I turn my back on you
I fell flat on my face but didn't loose
Tell me where would I go
Tell me what led you on I'd love to know

Was it the blue night
Gone fragile
Was it both men
In wonder steady gone under
Was it the light ways
So frightening
Was it two wills
One mirror holding us dearer now

Thought I had an answer once
But your random ways swept me along
Colossal signs so I got lost
With so many lovers singing soft

Was it the blue night
Gone fragile
Was it both men
In wonder steady gone under
Was it the light ways
So frightening
Was it two wills
One mirror holding us dearer now

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: Erik Oskar Bodin, Fredrik Daniel Wallin, Hakan Wirenstrand, Yukimi Eleanora Nagano

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tastycake_

This song scares me a little. It's very beautiful but it makes me feel so empty and numb that it's kinda scary.

Angela Allen

Me too... Very dark

WorldsRealest23

You not lying .

Terrell Zaquan

tastycake_ it gets you in a weird dark slump

Random Dude

So you are afraid of emptiness? Try vipassana meditation. That's the whole point of meditation

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Dprofessorco

The bird is some sort of doctor, who gives this sick girl medicine to make her feel better, though he knows she's incurable (and feels immensely morose and cries). Rather than just coldly come out and say it, he leaves it to her to go through the stages of grief to come to terms with her mortality on her own (the whole storm/woods/dream sequence). Once death's tune comes, she finds its a sweet and happy tune, and she is ready and able to accept her fate. she finds tranquility and happiness once she comes to him because she has embraced the inevitable rather than fight it and continue to suffer (symbolically death lures her to the top of the hill, and she drops the worldly medicine back down below).

Sad but bittersweet. The lesson that you there are inevitable things in this world, most notably mortality, that you cannot change or prevent, so you'll be happiest if you can accept them when the time comes rather than resist and fight. That's what I get out of it anyway.

Dave Abrams Gaming

I disagree

83rdox

A plague doctor, they wire bird beaked masks during the black plague

Sibongile Tasila Phiri

Your interpretation reminds of the 17th Century plague doctors "who treated victims of the bubonic plague. In times of epidemics, these physicians were specifically hired by towns where the plague had taken hold...They rarely cured their patients; rather, they served to record a count of the number of people contaminated for demographic purposes." The masks they wore for protective purposes looked like bird heads.

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