The song sounds happy and upbeat, but this hides the character's seedy hobby.Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl" It is a song about his love for heroin.'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain." Not only does heroin cause severe memory loss but it is also used as a pain killer.I think this is proof enough of what this song really means.Key Lines "Soon it will be to late..bobbing for apples can wait.I know you're used to 16 or more, sorry we only have 8" That last line is a reference to the size of the film, 16mm or larger would be a pro film...8mm is amateur.
Sweet dreams and flying machines in peices on the ground represent when his girlfriends plane crashed.
He made millions of tablets of strong LSD in his day, and then dissapeared.
Key points: "Just by chance you crossed the diamond with the Pearl.turned it on the world..thats when you turned the world around" And..."All your low-rent friends are dead.can be very strange...those test-tubes and the scales, just get em all out of here....their gas in the car? I think the people down the hall, know who you are.." Its a great lyric, although hidden.most-all of their lyrics.
America's "A Horse With No Name""A Horse With No Name" was a song meant to compare the similarities and the beauty of the ocean to the desert.
It gives a sense of a peaceful state of mind and was written to describe the artist's passion for xenophobic landscapes (as one of the members liked to visit the area around Vandenburg Air Force Base, California).