Temple Scene

Temple Scene

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Pop - Alternative | London, United Kingdom
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Member Since: 2007
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Story Behind the Song

The song is about someone who has lost themselves in a spiral of drink and drugs - partly to lose themselves, partly to find out who they are.

Lyrics

I had a plan - it involved running just as fast as I can in no particular direction. I can see the world around me, a strangely unfamiliar place for which I feel no affection. I've been too far gone, lost before I'd even come undone. Sometimes the world's too fast to be outrun and sometimes it's hard to belong when you're too far gone. Looking out, trying to find a new horizon, I somehow find I'm climbing too high and I've started slipping again. All the lies, every story has become me. Can someone tell me who I am, and who am I supposed to be? I've been too far gone, lost before I'd even come undone. Sometimes the world's too fast to be outrun and sometimes it's hard to belong when you're too far gone. Sometimes it's hard to belong when you're too far gone.

Song Length
5:06
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Existence, Drugs


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ric Levy & Philippe Rose
Music Credits Ric Levy & Philippe Rose
Producer Credits Ric Levy & Philippe Rose
Performance Credits Ric Levy & Philippe Rose