Horace Music

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Song Description

80s tinged electro-pop song. Big chorused male vocal - a man contemplating his position in life and whether it is living up to his expectations. Despite the introspective subject matter, the track is very upbeat and catchy and very danceable.

Story Behind the Song

The song was one of the more recent HoraceMusic works. It was written at a time of extreme flux for the band and many aspects of life were changing. The song is a response to that. It even questions the merits of introspection and whether or not the act of analysing (as songwriters do) is yielding benefits. What better way for a songwriter to confront the issue of self analysis than to analyse it?!

Lyrics

All my life is analysed
All i find is lining
All my dreams are fantasy
All my reasons are binding
I used to be everything i wanted to be
What's happening to me?
I used to see everything I wanted to see
What's happening to me?
What's happening?

All my lies anaesthetise
All the demons within me
All my fears releasing me
From all my years and responsibility
I used to be everything i wanted to be
What's happening to me?
I used to see everything I wanted to see
What's happening to me?
What's happening?

Song Length
3:17
Genres
Electronic - Electronica, Electronic - Dance
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Troubled

Subject Matter
General
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