[Verse 1: Yukimi Nagano] Waiting by the mailbox, by the train Passin' by the hills 'til I hear the name I'm looking for a saw to cut these chains in half and all I want is Someone to rely on as Thunder comes a rolling down Someone to rely on as Lightning comes a staring in again [Verse 2: Damon Albarn] I'll wait to be forgiven Maybe I never will My star has left me To take the bitter pill That shattered feeling Well the cause of it's a lesson learned Just don't know if I could roll into the sea again "Just don't know if I could do it all again" she said, it's true [Verse 3: Yukimi Nagano] Waiting in my room and I lock the door I watch the coloured animals across the floor And I'm looking from a distance And I'm listening to the whispers And oh it ain't the same, when your falling out of feeling and you're Falling in and caught again [Verse 4 : Damon Albarn] I'm caught again in the mystery Your by my side, but are you still with me?
The answers somewhere deep in it, I'm sorry but your feeling it But I just have to tell that I love you so much these days Have to tell you that I love you so much these days, it's true [Outro : Damon Albarn, (Yukini Nagano) & Both] My heart is in economy Due to this autonomy Rolling in and caught again Cau-au-au-aught again Cau-au-au-aught again (Cau-au-au-aught again) My heart is in economy Due to this autonomy (Cau-au-au-aught again) Rolling in and caught again Cau-au-au-aught again This is a song about Alcoholism and how it can ruin relationships.
Denn Little Dragon haben ein originäres Gespür dafür, aus vertrackten Rhythmen und pointierten Keyboard- und Synthesizer-Texturen freigeistige Songs herauszuarbeiten, die zwischen skandinavischem Elektropop, Leftfield und den Untiefen eines James Blake changieren.
“Little Man” kommt gar als minimalistischer Ententanz von Synthesizer, Drumcomputer und Tamburin, weil Nagano dazu haucht und jauchzt wie ein ganzer Frauenchor.
In the video, the liquid seems to look like orange juice, but it is revealed at the end to be beer, which tells you the whole concept of the song.
Yukimi Nagano hat einen berühmten Fan: Damon Albarn.
However, you’d be rightfully noting the old New York style permeating Da Vinci’s official debut: dusty breaks, fast-forwarded soul samples, and airy jazz loops (“Ghetto to Mars” recalls a less paranoid version of Mobb Deep’s “Up North Trip”).
There’s even the occasional interspersed Jay-Z line.Which they were featured in 1 of 20 covers for the Magazine on its 20 year anniversary.On Topics such as: How they both met, The Internet & Soo much more !As a rapper, Da Vinci is more substance than style — he delivers his trife life tales with a deliberate commanding baritone.While his bulldozer style is enough to make The Day the Turf Stood Still a success, Da Vinci’s biggest asset is his ability to engages convention, inhabiting these well-worn ideas and then melting them into new shapes.“Set Your Arms Down” sets the scene with a stop-start drum beat and a narrow, winding guitar figure that twists around the vocals like a choke hold.