Horace Music

Horace Music

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Song Description

Funky chugging electro-pop track with a big synth and a fiercely defiant attitude. This song was remixed and the breaks version is doing very well on garageband and has been played at Fabric, London as well as numerous spins in clubs elsewhere. This is the album version - much more pop.

Story Behind the Song

This song is about seduction. Its about seeing a girl, catching her eye, and then the hunt. Animal instinct, a predator stalking his prey. A game of cat and mouse. There's no need to explain this behaviour, as animals it's just the way we are.

Lyrics

Something menacing lurking in the shadows tonight
A hunter killer did you see him or a trick of the light
Save your soul if you need saving
Ain't no way out he's set his sight on you
What we do needs no education
That's just the way we are
That's just the way we are

Something menacing trying to get a hold on you
Ain't no escaping, he's watching everything you do
Save your soul if you need saving
Ain't no way out he's set his sight on you
What we do needs no education
That's just the way we are
That's just the way we are

Song Length
3:20
Genres
Electronic - Electronica, Electronic - Dance
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Cool, Content

Subject Matter
Masculinity, Conformity

Similar Artist
The Pet Shop Boys
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Karl Wilson and Peter Rolls
Music Credits Karl Wilson and Peter Rolls
Producer Credits Peter Rolls
Publisher Credits Karl Wilson and Peter Rolls
Performance Credits Karl Wilson and Peter Rolls