Blinded
British India Lyrics


And I can't keep on running
At these kind of speeds
Cause when you're standing with me
I can't move my feet

And you're not the problem
The problem's you and me
I wish I didn't say that
I wish I didn't think that
I used to be so blind
But now I sort of see
That everything I had
Was right between my feet
I used to be so blinded

And don't forget your camera
To get a final shot
Of your friends as they are leaving
Everybody's leaving

A certain kind of silence
When a good song ends
But I kept trying to fill it
I kept trying to fill it

I used to be so blind
But now I sort of see
That everything I had
Was right between my feet

If ever you came back
I'd never let you go
It doesn't matter now
But I want you to know

I used to be so blinded
I used to be so blinded
I used to be so blind

And nothing stays the same
We were handsome and clever and well behaved
And loving you always
And I gave you, gave you, gave you all away

I used to be so blind
But now I sort of see
That everything I had
Was right between my feet

If ever you came back
I'd never let you go
It doesn't matter now
But I want you to know

I used to be so blinded
I used to be so blinded
I used to be so blind

If I could have the chance back
It doesn't matter now
I just want you to know that
I didn't mean to end everything like that

Writer(s): Declan Xavier Melia, Matthew Vincent O'gorman, Nicholas James Wilson, Will Drummond Copyright: Mushroom Music Pty Ltd.

Contributed by Zachary S. Suggest a correction in the comments below.
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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

H Cat

One of the smartest video clips around from one of the best "new " to commercial radio bands. The band starts off as a synth pop band and has a girl drummer. Everyone at the school reunion is blinded by their image and do not see who the band really are. At the end of the song the real band emerges from within. It transforms to a fair dinkum Aussie guitar band.

The song is an antidote to the techno hits of the present aka Lady Gaga. Again those that can not see the music for what it is are blind. There is no change to the music only the image. The revelation in the song is that guitar bands are back and that people have been blinded by the image and there is no real substance to it.

The music is also evocative of Rat Cat in their prime who opened up the doors for a whole new wave of guitar bands in this country. Think Powderfinger and Regurgitator.

Great song from a great band. If radio gets behind it, it will be a massive hit. If not it may well be one of the most influential yet unheralded songs this year.

Guys great job and well done.  The film maker has got the image just right although it would never make it on to Countdown in its prime. Maybe rock around the world on SBS. For all the millennial's out there you will have to Google both of those. LOL.

One of Rat Cats songs.
RATCAT - ''Baby's Got A Gun''

P.S. The live the mix I have seen on you tube I dont think does you justice. It should cleaner and more sparse. Towards the end it gets much better.



All comments from YouTube:

Star Date

God how I love this song! Can't stop playing it over & over.

Second City Saints

The "blinded" dance move needs to be an official thing!

5-HT2A

what a great band!

Erin Jayne

These boys never fail to bring the goods! This song is the tits !

Kelly McKenzie

far and away the best song I have heard in AGES!!!!!

Josue Manuel Baxin Hernandez

Esa guitarra suena genial. Buen sonido.

Jamal Wong

I love this song

Jair Sánchez

2020 and still one of My favourites
Who else?

Ellie_x

Yeeeessss

H Cat

One of the smartest video clips around from one of the best "new " to commercial radio bands. The band starts off as a synth pop band and has a girl drummer. Everyone at the school reunion is blinded by their image and do not see who the band really are. At the end of the song the real band emerges from within. It transforms to a fair dinkum Aussie guitar band.

The song is an antidote to the techno hits of the present aka Lady Gaga. Again those that can not see the music for what it is are blind. There is no change to the music only the image. The revelation in the song is that guitar bands are back and that people have been blinded by the image and there is no real substance to it.

The music is also evocative of Rat Cat in their prime who opened up the doors for a whole new wave of guitar bands in this country. Think Powderfinger and Regurgitator.

Great song from a great band. If radio gets behind it, it will be a massive hit. If not it may well be one of the most influential yet unheralded songs this year.

Guys great job and well done.  The film maker has got the image just right although it would never make it on to Countdown in its prime. Maybe rock around the world on SBS. For all the millennial's out there you will have to Google both of those. LOL.

One of Rat Cats songs.
RATCAT - ''Baby's Got A Gun''

P.S. The live the mix I have seen on you tube I dont think does you justice. It should cleaner and more sparse. Towards the end it gets much better.

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