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"neon god" "Prophets" "People talking without speaking" It seems to reference the "god made of gold" in the bible that everyone was punished for worshiping and bowing to.Now you go tme thinking, I'm going to google it and see what comes up.She slowly evolved into what she tried to warn people about and was lost.Now that I think about it, the lyrics could easily be applied to her situation at that time as well. Since one of The original singer is Jewish-Paul Simons, he try to persuade the world tru this song (contrary to popular belief) that originally the true onenes of the Creator was pervade "to their own neon gods they made"I love it when they say "-neon light" it really sounded like the lights flashing throughout the city.
we hear what people tell us, or we sometimes hear songs without actually listening to what the lyrics have to tell us.
Tanto en su version original, como la cristiana o gaspel (ya que en centroamerica hay varias canciones cristianas que utilizan su musica tanto en iglesias catolicas como protestantes. And even if you take it as it is, lyrically - you understand the fact that Silence is quite seldom these days, and that it can be a creative inspiration and a method to gain deep knowledge about ourselves. Amazing how healing a song with the correct words can be. profit, ratings & "be famous" is all that matters.. By the time song as this one where written, the US withdrawn from Vietnam due to population preasure and the power of ideas.
A good song is open and general, so that the rest can come to our fantasy while we ponder upon what the song is all about. I find that it is nice to hear songs like this in a time like ours were every time you turn on the radio you hear rap and other thing like it its just good to go back to s&g and the beatles and others like them Fits perfectly as a description of our times.. Nowadays in this rap-profit-internet communicating era.. nobody has a clue on why a country is being invaded, nobody cares..
Which holds true, as the song was written by Simon in early 1964... You're right in saying that it was used in the Graduate though... Turning away from the "halo," the light of God, but being blinded by a harsh flash, someone or something trying to shove it down your throat. Ten thousand religious people, talking without speaking, not using their minds, just repeating the same old phrases they've heard before.
it was also used in a handful of other movies such as Bobby (which is where you may have gotten your RFK thing from), Old School, and the Watchmen... Overall, a person who sets out to make those around them look foolish ends up being the fool... I think the song is great, probably one of my favourites by them... I don't know how S&G feel about this, but to me, every word is about realizing that God doesn't exist. No one "dared disturb" it--in our society, we're expected to respect religion greatly.