Questions tagged [lyrics]
For questions regarding the words to a song, their interpretation and meaning.
In the song "Hotel California" by the Eagles, what are "colitas"?
Hotel California is one of my favorite songs. One mysterious line at the beginning of the song states: Warm smell of colitas, rising up through the air I speak some Spanish, but neither I nor my ...
Are the lyrics in "Teardrop" by Massive Attack "feathers" or "fearless"
OK, I'm changing this question a little bit since I've discovered a problem with the root of the question assuming the lyrics in the song are "feathers on my breath". Apparently this is a big debate ...
Is there a service that tags songs based on the subject matter of the lyrics?
Today we are improving tagging a song/album/artist a lot with music streaming applications where music search is pivotal. I'm looking for a certain type of music which concerns the lyrics, so I'm ...
What's the origin of the phrase "Rise Up Singing"?
There's a famous song book called "Rise Up Singing." That expression appears in the lyric of Summertime, from Porgy and Bess. I wonder whether that's the whole story of the phrase (it was created by ...
Extra audience lyrics in a K-Pop song?
We've been to Japan a couple of months ago and happened to catch a performance of a Korean group, Snuper. It is interesting that the audience takes part in the show, and is singling between the ...
How do the "Hatten är din" meme lyrics correspond to the original "Miin ma kenti" lyrics
BACKGROUND: In 1981, [Lebanese musician Azar] Habib recorded "Miin Ma Kenti" (Whoever you are) ... in Arabic for his Ya Malaki album; the tape eventually made its way to Sweden. Nineteen ...
The lyrics of dazz band's Open Sesame
Possibly the most emotional song I've ever heard from Dazz Band's album Rock the Room.. I can not find the full lyrics of this song. I just heard something like 'I said "Open Sesame", not I've finally ...
Hatten är din - original lyrics
What are the original lyrics of "Hatten är din"? I am not talking about the English or Swedish lyrics.