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Christina Perri, ‘Human’ – Song Meaning
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He looks like someone fully immersed in a constant cycle of destruction and creation—which he is. In fact, he proves to be completely inexhaustible. It's an impressive feat to plod on beyond the need for rest. The stage was filled to a bursting point with five hairy dudes; giant, smoking light bulbs; and a truly astonishing number of instruments. The most special thing about the show, though, was a noticeable lack of glowing screens in the crowd.
Terror, death, murder, destruction, Bush. But contrary to popular notions, I think war, exploitation and violence are not the results of our differences. Rather, they are the result of our most pervasive similarity: that we all suffer, and none of us want to. They are the same patterns of anguish that have recurred continually throughout all cultures, across all generations: lost love, fear, alienation, self-loathing and jealousy. Being human just hurts sometimes. We all want the same two things: to fulfill our desires and to avoid suffering.
I've compiled a short list of songs that, to me, embody the universal theme of what it means to be a living, breathing, loving and hurting human being. Before you.
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It became the third song by the band to enter the top 5 of the UK Singles Chart. It was their first top ten hit in the Netherlands peaking at number 2. The song was released on a 7-inch picture disc throughout the world on various dates in November, with a B-side entitled "A Crippling Blow". Flowers stated that the song was created with Stuart Price during their work with him on the Sawdust album, and has changed very little since then. He confessed to not putting it on Sawdust as "it was too good". The cover art for the single is a portrait of the band's guitarist Dave Keuning, and is one of the four portraits drawn by Paul Normansell for the album. The earliest digital release of the song was missing a hi-hat section at the beginning of the song.