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The most MEANINGFUL song





thiamshui
The most meaningful song I've heard, is a song of an old man, singing about his life with no regret. It's the most meaningful song I've heard.

It is.... 'My Way' by Frank Sinatra.

It's lyrics is full of wisdom. And only an old senior singer like Frank Sinatra can give the proper effect. How about you all? Any meaningful songs you remember?
Crackster
Minority by Green Day lyrics say it all
anticitizen1
What a Wondefuul world by lois armstrong
Gieter
Hatebreed - This is now : it is metal, but it's really encouraging. Smile
anticitizen1
Hatebreed? isnt a Hardcore BAND?
Gieter
anticitizen1 wrote:
Hatebreed? isnt a Hardcore BAND?


True, sorry. Smile But you know what I mean, it's not like classical music!
Garnet
anticitizen1 wrote:
What a Wondefuul world by lois armstrong


I was going to put that too! I also think "Iris" by the goo goo dolls from the City of Angels soundtrack is pretty meaningful too.
gotflash
Definitely Mr Bojangles by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, it means more to me then ANY other song i have ever heard. I mean, it just carresses the soul every time you hear it. That poor, poor Mr. Bojangles.
Blaster
Free bird by lynard skynard. Its saying that he is a free person. The song is just moving. Also simple man by the same band.
cowboyx
The most meaningful song. . . . I have to think about that one. at the moment it would have to be "Mr Lonely" by Bobby Vinton. Perfect metaphor for my life. I know, I catch a lot of shit cuz I like his work, but who cares? His music is pretty lyrical. Well, thats my two cents.
Thug
2Pac - Dear Mama << aint no song like this 1
todabeat
U Still got it- Jamie Foxx ft. Common

It's a track about how when you're married and you notice the changes on your wife, and she may have gained a few pounds and thing of that nature. But the track talks about how she still got it and she still beatiful, great track to learn how to appriciate women.
nakamaru
Every rose has its thorn-Poison.
Ofinet
The Verve's Bittersweet Symphony's pretty meaningful if i do say so myself....
Timoses
Acceptance - Different

Aqualung - Brighter than sunshine

Glenn Hughes - Nights in white satin

much more Smile
no more time :s
erik
Timoses wrote:

Glenn Hughes - Nights in white satin

Isn't that The Moody Blues?

anyway,
P.O.D. - Thinkin' About Forever
P.O.D. - Youth Of The Nation
Kur0
Arctic Monkeys - A Certain Romance, for all they are a bunch of teenagers, they show a lot of wisdom ^_^
FoXhounD
The Goo Goo Dolls - Iris

A very meaningful song for me Smile
Marston
Walk the Line by Johnny Cash
or
Hurt by Johnny Cash
or
Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash.
ainieas
Some pretty good song names there.

The most meaningful songs to me would be -

November Rain - Guns and Roses
Runaway Train - Soul Asylum
Somewhre Out There - Our Lady Peace
matraxion
life for rent - Dido

i adore her..
ddukki
Eric Clapton's Tears In Heaven
Jet's Look What You've Done
South FM's Corporate White America

A little FYI:
Hurt is actually by Nine Inch Nails. Johnny Cash did a cover (which was pretty good by the way. It just sounds nothing like NIN xD).
H3LL5P4WN
Hatebreed - Perseverance
Frop
Marston wrote:
Walk the Line by Johnny Cash
or
Hurt by Johnny Cash
or
Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash.


Hm Hurt was originally by Nine Inch Nails, so i feel you should atleast mention that Smile .

For me atm it's Reflection by Tool
Blaster
Every rose has its thorn is a good song.
Tears in heaven is a really good song.
Free bird just gives you that I'm free type of feeling.
HL9881
Well please don't laugh me.

I think Let it Be by Bettles is meaningful. Embarassed

Please don't laugh... Embarassed
Hippie
Dan Bern - Tiger Woods. I dare you all to listen to it. Smile
oneightwo
good day by angels and airwaves

the lyrics perfectly convey the meaning of the song:

"i think i like today, i think it's good"

Wow! Lyrical genious! Shocked Shocked Shocked
meaniegeanies
Most meaningful song, hmm.... I don't know if it is the MOST meaningful but I bet it has a preety deep meaning. Mad Work - Tears 4 Fears.
Raffles
Sunscreen - Baz Luthermann (sp?) is full of advice :p

Best song ever, and is very meaningful, is:
Do you Realize?? - Flaming Lips.
lyndonray
Raffles wrote:

Best song ever, and is very meaningful, is:
Do you Realize?? - Flaming Lips.


Dammit Raffles, what the hell is wrong with you? I was supposed say that not you! Very Happy Laughing Laughing Very Happy

It's a great song, which I happen to be listening to right now. It's got a great message and people should live by it - appreciate the people and things around you because they won't be there forever.
happycycling
2:45am by Elliott Smith

This was the first song I've ever heard by him and I thought I was going to fall into a pit of despair. This is probably the saddest song ever written, and his suicide kind of adds on to the whole depressing factor.
zplitstonez
hello every one.
good day

i think the most meaningful song i've ever heard
is the song of bread, entitled everything i own.
i chose it because i like it's lyrics and it sounds
very well to my ears.
it's a love song.

actually there are a lot of meaningful songs that i like,
for example ALL MY LIFE by america.

AMAZING GRACE..

and a lot more...

Thank you and GOOdbye..
CtrlAltDeleteDie
Pink Floyd - Shine on You Crazy Diamond

It's a tribute to the early member Syd (Shine on You Crazy Diamond) Barrett who got into LSD and left the band. Ironicly he showed up at the recording session during that song. Good song...Gilmour is god.
Dean_The_Great
I'd say there are many meaningful songs, depending on what meaning you're going for. And first I would like to agree to the following: Iris, Shine on You Crazy Diamond, and Tears in Heaven. Crazy meaningful.

I would add:

1.) Imagine by John Lennon
2.) Breathe by Pink Floyd
3.) I Miss You by Incubus


Imagine is meaning when looking at the world, Breathe is meaningful when looking at life, and I Miss You is meaningful when looking at love.
qazwsx1
Most meaningful song is of old songs. they have the meaning of song. Actually they tells about the passon of the music. they want to tell what the music is. In earlier days music was more melidiouds than today.
Farhad
Wuthering Heights - Kate Bush (2pac loved this song, which I found suprising indeed)
carlospro7
I really like The Way You Look by Sinatra
todabeat
I wanted to add that there is also a good rap son

I can - Nas

It can be very encouraging for children.
arclight
Rise and Fall - Craig David
Tears in Heaven - Eric Clapton
Did u - hoobastank
tkGER
ddukki wrote:
Eric Clapton's Tears In Heaven

Couldn't agree more. That songs is just moving, especially when you know why he wrote it. Having been through a similar expression myself, I feel really touched. Also the first song I learned to play in guitar.
Izar
Man... the song that is most meaningful to me is:

1. Mathias Replaces Judas by Showbread
cyph33r
Although its the Offspring, their song "Gone Away" is awesome.
I also think Pet by A Perfect Circle has a deep meaning - protesting the war.
paulbarter
Has to be "Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M. touches a chord - that one! All REM songs are pretty great - they deal with real issues and are not afraid to dig deep and diss governments and ideas they dont agree with. Not many bands out there are producing music that says much more than how good they are with women or how much money they have! Cool
cheh
Pink - Dear Mr. President
That's the best song ever!
Sappho
Mad World - by Gary Jules

I even did 20 pages essay on that one back in old times when i was studying. Wink
Lusiphur
"Hurt" when sung by Johnny Cash. I hate the original NiN one.

To really appreciate the song you need to watch the video, it shows parts of his life he always said he regretted. Loosing his wife to cancer, his battles with drugs and alcohol, the failings and tragedies of his life laid bare for all to see.

And you can hear it when he sings as well, rarely do you hear a song that sounds like it's full of sicnerity and sang from the heart.

So yea, in my opinion the most meaningful song is "Hurt" by the Man in Black.

RIP JC
poiko123
Saltwater - Julian Lennon
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
Tears in Heaven - Eric Clapton
Fade to Black - Metallica
I Will Remember You - Sarah McLachlan
Fast Car - Tracy Chapman
Change - Good Charlotte
Wonderful Tonight- Eric Clapton
Imagine - John Lennon
What the World Needs Now - Luther Vandross (I don't know if his was the original version)
London Bridge - Fergie (jk...prollly the most meaningless song ever)
Srs2388
Far Away-Nickelback
I love this song and it is very meaningful.
poiko123
to add to my other post....
Heart of Gold - Neil Young
Simple Man - Lynard Skynard
Free Bird - Lynard Skynard
When the Children Cry - White Snake
Caught in a Dream - Tesla
I Wanna Know What Love Is - Foreigner
November Rain - Guns N' Roses
Don't Cry - Guns N' Roses
To Be With You - Mr. Big
When I See You Smile - Bad English
Love Song - Tesla

I believe I just listed half of the Monster Ballads album Laughing.
mattchun
I guess it's the "Remeber When" by Alan Jackon, in which is an old man looking back to his old days, it's so touching!
angel_of_death
FoXhounD wrote:
The Goo Goo Dolls - Iris

A very meaningful song for me Smile


i gotta agree. it is a really good, meaningful song. btw, dido's songs are also ok. Smile
metallica songs like fade to black, and nothing else matters are also in my list. Cool
so is tear in heaven by eric clapton Very Happy
i'll give tha full list some other time i guess.
jds10912
there are a bunch, but my most meaningful would have to be

what went wrong - blink-182
Jupernia
Most meaningful song I have ever head would have to be 'The Living Years' by Mike and The Mechanics. To this day, I can not hear this song without breaking down in tears.
Tatsumaru
I can't think of the most meaningful song, but Sadness and Hate from Wintersun is pretty damn meaningful to me. It's full of metaphors too, which is awesome. It's about 'giving' your heart and life to someone else.
danny effin b
[color=darkred]Stairway To Heaven the greatest rock song of all time has many diferent theories as to what it means. Some say its about drugs. "Gold" was a term for marijuana in the 70s and "rings of smoke throuhg the trees and the voices of those who stand looking" means marijuana smoke came up throught the trees and the people around the smoke were talking about the girl smoking it. There are lines meaning things like that throughout the song. Some say it has no meaning and Robert was stoned when he wrote the lyrics. Some say it means whatever you want it to mean. Paige has said that is what it means and that it is a song of hope. A lot of people have heard the rumor about the lines in the song. that go "If there´s a bustle in your hedgerow don´t be alarmed now. It´s just a spring clean for the May-Queen. Yes there two paths you can go by. But in the long run. There´s still time to change the road you´re on." Many people say that when played backwards those lines say a satanic message. My freinds and I have tried this and unfortunately the record I have has a big scratch on it, and the only one who has the record besides me out of my group of freinds lost it. So I don't know if its true or not. Every website, person, etc. who says there is a satanic message says it is something different. There is another rumor that says some really creepy stuff. Jimmy and Robert wrote stairway in a really old mansion where most of the album was made. It goes that while sitting by the fire in this mansion Jimmy was playing an acoustic while Robert hummed to it and at one point while he was starting to write he felt that "Something was moving my pen...". He has said that several interviews. Jimmy Page says that Robert "...had come up with 90% of the lyrics right there on the spot! We were all stunned...". I know that this in another entry, but I heard this rumor long before visiting this website. Some other websites I can give out to help people with Staiway To Heaven are: http://www.durangocoloradousa.com/stairwaytoheaven.html http://www.reversespeech.com/music_reversals.htm http://experts.about.com/q/501/3526313.htm----- If you feel I was wrong, please enlighten me. this song will be played forever.[color=darkred]
carlospro7
One of my favorite songs is called 'Al Otro Lado del Rio' composed by a Uruguayan singer, Jorge Drexler.
This song is meaningful to me because it reminds of this one person who is a very big part of my life. The lyrics are somewhat poetic, but make a wonderful combination.
Yantaal
the songs that mean the most to me are because of the memeroies that come tierd with them. Like Heres to you mrs robinson jesus loves you more thanyou will know, woh woh oh,

makes methink of my girlfriend, now ex, but its upsetting none the least, at the time meant a lot coz we were just coming out of a rough patch and that song made us closer...

lol im a right tart
ayoub
C'est la vie by Patrick Bruel, it's a french song but it's very very touching and meaningful translate its lyrics to english and you will see.
kizarop
There's a song called "killer kaczynski" performed by Mando Diao , Kaczynski is a surname of my country's president - this song is like about him Laughing
Blu_Spykz
Although not actually his song: Hurt by Johnny Cash.

Fantastically sums up JC's life, career, and pending death, from his drugs problems to his loves.

Also another meaningful song is A Place For My Head by Linkin Park.

Give the lyrics a read.
SimonWSTS
This song really impresses me for its lyrical content, The Chariot by The Cat Empire. Read the lyrics and listen to the song yourself, it's really really good:

This is a song that came upon me
One night
When the news it had been telling me
About one more war and one more fight
And 'aeh' I sighed but then
I thought about my friends
Then I wrote this declaration
Just in case the world end

Our guns
We shot them in the things we said
Ah we didn't need no bullets
Cos we rely on some words instead
Kill someone in argument
Outwit them with our brains
And we'd kill ourselves laughing
At the funny things we'd say

And bombs
We had them saved for special times
When the crew would call a shakedown
We break down a party landmine
Women that so sexy
They explode us with their looks
Ah we blowing up some speakers
Jumping round till the ground shook

And missiles
They were the roadtrips that we launched
T-t-tripping across this island
Starting missions at the break of dawn
Yawn and smile say
'what direction shall we take?'

'Somewhere where it warm and wet'
This be the route we'd always take and

Our weapons were our instruments
Made from timber and steel
We never yielded to conformity
But stood like kings
In a chariot that's riding on a
Record wheel

And our airforce flying
When the frisbee in the sky
Have a session while we're smoking
Now we're feeling extra high
And we'd sneak into a carpark
With the skaties on our back
And we're flying down the levels howling
'on the attack now on the attack'

And battles
They happened in these dancehalls
See we'd rather fight with music
Choosing one the rhythm war
Battle at these shakedowns
And we battle at these gigs
We do battle in our bedrooms
Made some sweet love to the beat

Then our allies grew
Wherever we would roam
See whenever we're together
Any stranger feel at home
In a way we are an army
But this army not destruct
No instead we're doing simple things
Good loving find it run amuck

This be a declaration
Written about my friends
It's engraved into this song
So they know I'm not forgetting them
See maybe if the world contained
More people like these
Then the news would not be telling me
About all that warfare endlessly and

Our weapons were our instruments
Made from timber and steel
We never yielded to conformity
But stood like kings
In a chariot that's riding on
A record wheel
catscratches
I guess November by Silverstein, it's really beautiful.
gotadobo90
-Shine On- Jet (omfg it's the best song ever)
-Open Arms- Journey

and

-Somewhere over the Rainbow- Israel Kamakawiwo;ole
Chalchihuitlicue
For me, it's "Perfect Garden" by Schwarz Stein. The lyrics totally exemplify my world view... Though I hate to admit it, I'm kind of an "escapist", I'd rather run away from problems than work them out. I'd love to follow Kaya (the vocalist) to his perfect, decadent garden, shielded from pain and hardship, to run away from everything that sucks in my life. I know it's not really possible, but I lose myself in the beauty of that song anyway.
filet
Ofinet wrote:
The Verve's Bittersweet Symphony's pretty meaningful if i do say so myself....


same here i said this song has deep meanings
hsadmin
Gieter wrote:
Hatebreed - This is now : it is metal, but it's really encouraging. Smile


How are the lyrics:

This is now, now
How can I taste tommorow, If I can't, taste today?
This is now, now
If I control myself I control my destiny

Really all that meaningful. I mean. Sure. If your going out to hit some ramps on dirtbike or something, or going to play some football, great song to get you pumped.


I like the lyrics to mistah man.. Probably because im from maine though
Mistah Man wrote:

Yo, Yo, FOr christ sake i'm talkin to you
old maina comin straight from the county
haulin' wood through the hood were the town be
I'll tell yeah what, i'll make this load my bitch,
Skidda please.. Date nothin but a halfa twitch.
When it comes to getinerdun i aint no dubba,
double clutchin, friggen straight up burning rubba.
and all the shits goin down before my eggs and ham,
so move your horses ass, make way for Mista Man

Passing lane, masshole going half till,
bout' to get himself and ass full of peterbuilt.
put him in a ditch like a guppi through a stuppa..
teach him to make me late for a bean suppa.
hamma down, trying to figure out when last nights roast will break loose.
Goin coastal, quick break for a moose





But.. the best lyrics that hit my emotionally..

Avenged Sevenfold - Afterlife wrote:
Like walking into a dream, so unlike what you've seen
so unsure but it seems, ’cause we’ve been waiting for you
Fallen into this place, just giving you a small taste
of your afterlife here so stay, you'll be back here soon anyway

I see a distant light, but girl this can't be right
Such a surreal place to see so how did this come to be
Arrived too early

And when I think of all the places I just don't belong
I've come to grips with life and realize this is going too far

I don't belong here, we gotta move on dear escape from this afterlife

’Cause this time I'm right to move on and on, far away from here

A place of hope and no pain, perfect skies with no rain
Can leave this place but refrain, ’cause we've been waiting for you
Fallen into this place, just giving you a small taste
of your afterlife here so stay, you'll be back here soon anyway

This peace on earth's not right (with my back against the wall)
No pain or sign of time (I’m much too young to fall)
So out of place don't wanna stay, I feel wrong and that's my sign


I've made up my mind

Gave me your hand but realize I just wanna say goodbye
Please understand I have to leave and carry on my own life

I don't belong here, I gotta move on dear escape from this afterlife
’Cause this time I'm right to move on and on, far away from here
Got nothing against you and surely I'll miss you
This place full of peace and light, and I’d hope you might
take me back inside when the time is right

Loved ones back home all crying ’cause they're already missing me
I pray by the grace of God that there's somebody listening
Give me a chance to be that person I wanna be
(I am unbroken; I’m choking on this ecstasy)
Oh Lord I'll try so hard but you gotta let go of me
(Unbreak me, unchain me, I need another chance to live)

I don't belong here, I gotta move on dear escape from this afterlife
’Cause this time I'm right to move on and on, far away from here
Got nothing against you and surely I'll miss you
This place full of peace and light, and I’d hope you might
take me back inside when the time is right

Crazy_Canuck
HL9881 wrote:
Well please don't laugh me.

I think Let it Be by Bettles is meaningful. Embarassed

Please don't laugh... Embarassed


Not laughing at all. That is a great and very meaningful song.

I like "High Hopes" -- you know, "just what makes that little ole' ant, think he can move a rubber tree plant ..."

Okay, NOW you can laugh.
Very Happy
deStructuralized
Soulja Boy - Crank That
filet
This song also has meaningful words-about poor underprivileged people

Wajah or face by Jaclyn Victor
Its in Malay-I'll try my best to translate it.


Berbumbungkan angkasa kelabu
Grey Sky as your roof
Lantainya bumi retak seribu
The floor broken into thousand pieces
Setiap langkah perjalananmu
Every steps you take
Beronak berliku
Torns Twisted


Betapa berat mata memandang
How hard it looks (for us) --------- Idiom
Berat bahu menggalas bebanan
Heavy burden on bearer's shoulder

Belum sempat menitis ke pipi
Not yet just in time reach cheek
Tangisan kering sendiri
Your tears dried out

(Korus)
Berkali tersungkur
Repeatedly stumble
Pandanganmu kabur
Your view blurring
Namun azam meneruskan hidup
But determination strive for life
Tak pernah luntur
Never died

Engkaulah perwira
You are the hero
Di medan derita
At suffering battlefield
Merentasi ranjau kehidupan
Walking through hardness of life
Dengan harapan
With hope

Luahan rasa derita jiwa
Suffering soul at heart
Pada wajah tiada rahsia
On face with no secret
Menunggu malang berganti tuah
Waiting unfortunate replace with fortune
Usah kau berputus asa
Dont ever despair
Kaulah wira
You are the hero[/quote]
guissmo
thiamshui wrote:
It is.... 'My Way' by Frank Sinatra.


Sidenote: It's a popular 'theory' (or whatever you call it) in the Philippines that a lot of people have died while singing "My Way" in the karaoke. Smile

Anyway, I don't have a 'most meaningful song'. Just wanted to share that.
Doomedduck
For me, I found this song and was AWED, it like was written about me Smile

Whenever im down, turn it up on my stereo, and fall asleep to it...

Rite of Spring by Angels and Airwaves

I didn't like this song when I first heard it, the second time, i could stop replaying it!!!

Oh and dont be scared of the like little Yohoho thing, I dont think they're pirates, so we should be safe

'IfIHadAChanceForAnotherTry,IWouldntChangeAThing
ItsMadeMeAllWhoIAmInside'....

Hope you enjoy it as much as I do
doppleganger
blame it on me - the song has a lot of meanings
Rosanova
Hi there,

How ever it is regarding Ozzy Osbourne, has he made several lyrics that contains serious meanings. But my allways no. 1 favorite would allways be;

Revelation (Mother Earth) from Blizzard of Ozz album.

Cheers!
bobskeyboardz
I like always by irving berlin sung by Mandy Patinkin
GAAHD
Awakening and Meant to Live by Switchfoot

How Far We've Come by Matchbox Twenty

Innocent by Our Lady Peace

Dancing With the Devil by Immortal Technique[/list]
Crazy_Canuck
There's a lot of great songs on here, but I don't see Dylan represented and when it comes to meaningful lyrics, he wrote them ALL.

Check out:

Chimes of Freedom

Even though a cloud's white curtain in a far-off corner flashed
An' the hypnotic splattered mist was slowly lifting
Electric light still struck like arrows, fired but for the ones
Condemned to drift or else be kept from drifting
Tolling for the searching ones, on their speechless, seeking trail
For the lonesome-hearted lovers with too personal a tale
An' for each unharmful, gentle soul misplaced inside a jail
An' we gazed upon the chimes of freedom flashing.

^^ that's just ONE verse of six absolutely unbelievable and powerful lyrics.

Blowin' In The Wind

With God On Our Side

And he wrote each of these before he was 25 years old. Awe-inspiring.
catscratches
Thursday has a lot of deep songs with a lot of meaning to them. My favorite is probably M.Shepard and it has a lot of meaning to me as I'm very anti-homophobic.
mazito
there is a lot of meaningful songs, some was about moment, but all made us think about some tahta is meanigngful by it self

some of those that was the one for me in my life was ( hope not forget any)

Mi Viejo- Piero

My Way - Sinatra

Fly me to the moon - Sinatra ( this one means my marriage)

Le it Be - Beatles

Canto a la Alegria - chorus from 9 sinfony of Bethoveen
[FuN]goku
Uhm, the most meaningful song for me at this moment....
Errm, i have 2 or 3, this is more representing me and how i've felt lately.

Silverstein - Discovering The Waterfront
Linkin Park - In The End
Papa Roach - Last Resort
catscratches
Wow, Thursday - Porcelain is really blowing my mind. Its lyrics are great and the emotion put in it... I really recommend everyone to listen to it.
sondosia
Wow, I know of a few, and they basically include any song by Keane, Travis, Coldplay, or U2.

But I guess if I had to pick just ONE, I'd settle for This Is The Last Time, by Keane.
Arseniy
Hmm... the most meaningful song for me is "Enjoy the Ride" by Morcheeba. Lyrics are just amazing. Video is awesome too!
nikko420
pretty much anything by coldplay has alot of meaning behind it.

but probably these:

Coldplay - Fix You

Blink 182 - Stay together for the kids

Across Five Aprils - A year from now

Natasha Bedingfield - Pocketful of Sunshine
roxys_art
John Lennon - Imagine

No need to explain.
Josso
Imagine - John Lennon
glittersister
My most meaningful songs are:

Dear mr President- pink

when im gone- eminem

I can- Nas

because of you- kely clarkson

imagine- john lennon

runaway love- mary J blidge and Ludacris

Hey there delilah- plain white tees

cleaning out my closet- eminem

across the universe- beatles

family portrait- pink

beautiful- christina aguilera

mama- 2pac

and more that i cant think of now but will post later!
dylanm
Can't believe that U2 hasn't been added here yet. Most of their songs are very meaningful.
Here's a small selection:
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Lyrics:
Quote:
I can't believe the news today
I can't close my eyes and make it go away.
How long, how long must we sing this song?
How long, how long?
'Cos tonight
We can be as one, tonight.

Broken bottles under children's feet
Bodies strewn across the dead-end street.
But I won't heed the battle call
It puts my back up, puts my back up against the wall.

Sunday, bloody Sunday.
Sunday, bloody Sunday.
Sunday, bloody Sunday.
Sunday, bloody Sunday.
Oh, let's go.

And the battle's just begun
There's many lost, but tell me who has won?
The trenches dug within our hearts
And mothers, children, brothers, sisters
Torn apart.

Sunday, bloody Sunday.
Sunday, bloody Sunday.

How long, how long must we sing this song?
How long, how long?
'Cos tonight
We can be as one, tonight.
Sunday, bloody Sunday.
Sunday, bloody Sunday.

Wipe the tears from your eyes
Wipe your tears away.
I'll wipe your tears away.
I'll wipe your tears away.
I'll wipe your bloodshot eyes.
Sunday, bloody Sunday.
Sunday, bloody Sunday.

And it's true we are immune
When fact is fiction and TV reality.
And today the millions cry
We eat and drink while tomorrow they die.

The real battle just begun
To claim the victory Jesus won
On...

Sunday, bloody Sunday
Sunday, bloody Sunday..


Beautiful Day
Lyrics:
Quote:
The heart is a bloom, shoots up through stony ground
But there's no room, no space to rent in this town
You're out of luck and the reason that you had to care,
The traffic is stuck and you're not moving anywhere.
You thought you’d found a friend to take you out of this place
Someone you could lend a hand in return for grace

It's a beautiful day, the sky falls
And you feel like it's a beautiful day
It’s a beautiful day
Don’t let it get away

You’re on the road but you’ve got no destination
You’re in the mud, in the maze of her imagination
You love this town even if it doesn’t ring true
You’ve been all over and it’s been all over you

It's a beautiful day
Don’t let it get away
It's a beautiful day
Don’t let it get away

Touch me, take me to that other place
Teach me, I know I’m not a hopeless case

See the world in green and blue
See China right in front of you
See the canyons broken by cloud
See the tuna fleets clearing the sea out
See the bedouin fires at night
See the oil fields at first light
See the bird with a leaf in her mouth
After the flood all the colours came out
It was a beautiful day
A beautiful day
Don’t let it get away

Touch me, take me to that other place
Reach me, I know Iím not a hopeless case

What you don’t have you don’t need it now
What you don’t know you can feel it somehow
What you don’t have you don’t need it now
You don’t need it now, you don’t need it now
Beautiful day

One (feat. Mary J. Blige), but I think the original version is a little better, I like both songs though
Lyrics:
Quote:
Is it getting better, or do you feel the same?
Will it make it easier on you, now you got someone to blame?
You say one love, one life, when it's one need in the night.
One love, we get to share it
Leaves you baby if you don't care for it.

Did I disappoint you or leave a bad taste in your mouth?
You act like you never had love and you want me to go without.
Well, it's too late tonight to drag the past out into the light.
We're one, but we're not the same.
We get to carry each other, carry each other... one

Have you come here for forgiveness,
Have you come to raise the dead
Have you come here to play Jesus to the lepers in your head
Did I ask too much, more than a lot
You gave me nothing, now it's all I got.
We're one, but we're not the same.
Well, we hurt each other, then we do it again.

You say love is a temple, love a higher law
Love is a temple, love the higher law.
You ask me to enter, but then you make me crawl
And I can't be holding on to what you got, when all you got is hurt.

One love, one blood, one life, you got to do what you should.
One life with each other: sisters, brothers.
One life, but we're not the same.
We get to carry each other, carry each other.
One, one.


P.S.: If the lyrics are too long (which means my post is too long too) and are bothering you, PM me and I'll remove them and add the links instead. Admins, please don't delete my post for this reason without notifying me. Thanks in advance.
Zxeo
I think Handlebars by Flobots is really meaningful.

It talks about how we can be so creative and do so much good, but at the same time how we can be so destructive and be evil. It was the first song I ever really felt like it was saying something.
Quiviro
Nowadays, the most meaningful song for me is "Be Yourself", by Audioslave. I agree with every word of this song.
revani
The Hunt, by New Model Army:

We went into town on the tuesday night
Searching all the places that you hang about
We're looking for you
In the back street cellar dive drinking clubs
In the discotheques and the gaming pubs
We're looking for you
You will pay the price for my own sweet brother
And what he has become
And a hundred other boys and girls
And all that you have done

We picked up the trail at the Seven Crowns
One of your cronies - he was doing your rounds
We followed him
Just a silhouette figure up market pass
Where the headlamps shine on the groken glass
We followed him
Over the bridge by the old canal
Where the shadows dance on the lighted wall
He stopped to light up a cigarette
And we dived into a doorway

No Police, no summous, no courts of law
No proper procedure, no rules of war
No mitigating circumstance
No lawyers fees, no second chance

There are lasses getting trouble on their own home beat
There are old folk battered in the open street
In this city of ours
There are eyes that see but say nothing at all
There are ears that hear but they don't recall
In this city of ours
So we followed your man back to your front door
And we're waiting for you outside
'Cos not everybody here is scared of you
Not everybody passes on the other side

No police, no summons, no courts of law...

And we could spent our whole lives waiting
For some thunderbolt to come
And we could spent our whole lives waiting
For some justice to be done
Unless we make our own

No police, no summons, no courts of law...
flowerpower
Most meaningful songs for me are:

You by Amy Lee
What a wonderful world by Louis Armstrong
Beautiful- Christina aguilera
Natasha Bedingfield-Unwritten
Les Lionnes - Yannick noah
Just Like heraven - katie melua
Je serai la - Terry Moise
Everything - Alanis Morissette
piygoy
Hi,
Please tell more about the song. Where can I download/purchase the CD ?
rasta4rest
HI...All

the most meaningful song for me is "She by Elvis Costello" , it tells everything 'bout me and "her"

and "Waiting In Vain by Bob Marley" Embarassed
wreslter2010
There are five songs that i think top almost all the other songs on the list.

Good Riddance (Time of your life) by green gay
I'll be missin you by diddy
Shine your light from the movie Ladder 49
Redemption Song by BOB MARLEY
Stairway to Heaven by the one and only LED ZEPPELIN

Plus i think sublime has a couple meaningful songs too


If you dont like all of these songs then you DO NOT know good music
Pantherus
Wolf at the door-Radiohead

Sea Out-Guillemots

If you tolerate this-Manic street preachers

Wish you were here-Pink Floyd
khc1990
Meaningful lyrics is only as good as how the person who listens to it deciphers/understands it.

As of now, I must say:
100 Years - Five For Fighting

I'm all for songs with meanings, especially those involving events which I have experienced firsthand before.
Futumuch
Dont know about most meaningful song but best meaningful lyrics must be Queens of the stone age

"Give me some good to die for - to make it beautiful to live"

or Stereophonics

"It only takes one tree to make a thousand matches - it only takes one match to burn a thousand trees"
xtranophilist
The Most Meaningful Song : Working Class Hero
Artist : John Lennon

As soon as your born they make you feel small
By giving you no time instead of it all
Till the pain is so big you feel nothing at all
A working class hero is something to be
A working class hero is something to be

They hurt you at home and they hit you at school
They hate if you're clever and they despise a fool
Till you're so ****** crazy you can't follow their rules
A working class hero is something to be
A working class hero is something to be

When they've tortured and scared you for twenty odd years
Then they expect you to pick a career
When you can't really function you're so full of fear
A working class hero is something to be
A working class hero is something to be

Keep you doped with religion and sex and TV,
And you think you're so clever and you're classless and free,
But you're still ****** peasants as far as I can see,
A working class hero is something to be
A working class hero is something to be

There's room at the top they are telling you still
But first you must learn how to smile as you kill
If you want to be like all the folks on the hill
A working class hero is something to be
A working class hero is something to be
A working class hero is something to be
A working class hero is something to be

If you want to be a hero, well just follow me
If you want to be a hero, well just follow me
jaredj1992
GAMBLER by KENNY ROGERS
i've not heard a more meaningful song.
Willbrooks27
"Adams Song" by Blink-182: because its just sad when you really pay attention to the lyrics its about going through Depression and thoughts of Suicide.
"Youth of the Nation" by P.O.D.: because the lyrics mean a lot its about the shootings at Columbine Highschool and Santana Highschool.
and "One" by Metallica: this song is about the pain of war and is based on the movie Johnny Got His Gun.
mikakiev
Maybe it is "The meaning of life " by the Offspring They sing about the meaning of life and so on...Kind of moralistic Very Happy
Carlcia15
Sympathy For the Devil - Rolling Stones
Comfort Eagle - CAKE
Pink Houses - John Mellencamp
beara_2004
Ray Lamontange ~ Let It Be Me!! Awesome song Exclamation Exclamation
tchaunt
Your Guardian Angel by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. The song itself is the purest definition of life in my opinion. the song is beautiful in every possible way. I think it has more meaning than most songs.
rachelmullen89
I'm not sure if anyone mentioned "The Island" by Paul Brady.
This song is half about Northern Ireland and is half a love song. The lyrics are amazing, really deep and emotive:
"Witch-doctors praying for a mighty showdown
No way a holy flag is gonna fall
Up here we sarifice our children
To feed the worn out dreams of yesterday
And teach them dying will lead us into glory"

"Scorn Not His Simplicity" is written by Phil Coulter about his first son who had Down's syndrome. I cannot listen to it without being touched. The lyrics are clear and concise while at the same time being profound and rich in meaning:
"How she cried, tears of happiness
the day the doctor told her it's a boy
Now she cries tears of helplessness
and thinks of all the things he can't enjoy"

As well as these, I also love
Coldplay: "The Hardest Part"
Christy Moore: "Ordinary Man"
Paul Simon: "I am a Rock"
Aslan: "This Is"
Coldplay: "Lost"
U2: "Stuck In A Moment"
Leanne Womack: "I Hope You Dance"
Don McLean: "Vincent"
Mike and The Mechanics: "The Living Years"
Eric Clapton: "Tears in Heaven"
Tracy Chapman: "Fast Car"
U2: "Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own"
Bruce Springsteen: "Philadelphia"

But a few.Some people are just so talented.
Horizon
Black Sabbath - Computer God

In my point of view, it's about how our Earth is becoming more of a technological world. The second half of the song indicates that all of our advances will backfire upon us.

"Midnight confessions
Never heal the soul
What you believe is fantasy"

This just goes to show that religion itself is dying as we turn more towards science and fact instead of belief.

"Deliver us to evil
Deny us of our faith
Robotic hearts bleed poison
On the world we populate"

The above is more said in a religious point of view. Though I'm not religious, I see this as how we SHOULD turn to religion as science will, as said earlier, eventually backfire.

"Virtual existence
With a superhuman mind
The ultimate creation
Destroyer of mankind"

Again, more backfiring. This one talks about how technology will eventually think for itself.

"Termination of our youth
For we do not compute
No !"

And the end of mankind.

I've left a lot out, especially from the first half of the song. But it's mostly repetition. There are plenty of more songs I can think of, but this one stood out the most.
Street_Dog
Good thread, with some good suggestions.

My number one meaningful song at the moment is '1930' by The Gaslight Anthem.


I'd go so far as to say that all their songs are meaningful particularly stuff like The '59 Sound, but when I found out what this song was about, and the passion in Brian Fallon's voice strikes a real chord with me, coz sadly at the moment I can relate to the stuff he talks about in this particular song.

The last chorus, especially just gets me everytime, chills all over:

Quote:

And if I recall the last thing you said to me,
before it broke up.
Before it took you from me.
You said I love you more than the stars in the sky,
but your name just escapes me tonight.

ese87
2pac - lifes so hard

talks some real sense in this track, talks about everything from society, issues which need touching upon like most of pac's tracks... was a very clever man, exceptionally skilled song writer, and most defiantly an inspiration to me.
billie08
well for me, my most meaningful songs would be:
Imagine by John Lennon
Mad World by Gary Jules
Reign Over Me by The Who
Very Happy
Denvis
Lucy in the sky with diamonds - Beatles. I was watching the movie I am sam and they mentioned the song. That movie is so touching which is the reason why this song is the most meaningful to me.
macky
thiamshui wrote:
The most meaningful song I've heard, is a song of an old man, singing about his life with no regret. It's the most meaningful song I've heard.

It is.... 'My Way' by Frank Sinatra.

It's lyrics is full of wisdom. And only an old senior singer like Frank Sinatra can give the proper effect. How about you all? Any meaningful songs you remember?


Yah i admit that it is beautiful but the problem is when vicious of SEX PISTOL band sang it, after that he will probably shoot you....hehehe
lethaltriad
The most meaningful song for me is John Lennon - Imagine. Really old song but its always inspiring when I hear it. Here is my favourite lines from it.

Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world...
Crazy_Canuck
Lotsa votes for Lennon's Imagine on this thread.

Nice to see!
hiimlivyimblonde
I think that the most meaningful song that i can think of is Save You by Kelly Clarkson, because it says that even if you feel completely lone that there is someone there for you.

but that is just my opinion =]
guggs
It's a close call between "The ying tong song" by The Goons and "Funky moped" by Jasper Carrott.
mattyj
i have to cast my vote for Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton...what a horrible thing to have happened to him, to lose a son in such a tragic way
Jstillman77
Ziggy Marley-True to myself. No thy self. You're all living in the grips of society and that in its self is meaningless.

You have to love the poetic justice Ziggy pervades.. Listen and you'll be struck. You're welcome.

Cheers!
JS
Jstillman77
jaredj1992 wrote:
GAMBLER by KENNY ROGERS
i've not heard a more meaningful song.


Tou-che'! It's one of my all time favs. Great choice.. Thank god someone has taste.

Cheers,
JS
shiningwizard
thiamshui wrote:
The most meaningful song I've heard, is a song of an old man, singing about his life with no regret. It's the most meaningful song I've heard.

It is.... 'My Way' by Frank Sinatra.

It's lyrics is full of wisdom. And only an old senior singer like Frank Sinatra can give the proper effect. How about you all? Any meaningful songs you remember?


100% agree with this.
biljap
For me... “Will you be there” and “Man in the mirror” – Michael Jackson.
mdonovan
hands down

Bowl of Oranges-Bright Eyes
musikislyfe17
These are my top 10...


1. Goo Goo Dolls - Iris
2. Seether - The Gift
3. Eric Clapton - Tears In Heaven
4. John Lennon - Imagine
5. Yellowcard - Keeper
6. Slipknot - Snuff
7. Metallica - Fade To Black
8. The Eagles - Desperado
9. Nickelback - If Today Was Your Last Day
10. Lifehouse - Storm


These all mean alot to me, I usually judge a song on it's lyrics and these are all awesome!!!
guggs
1. "I'm walking backwards for Christmas" - The Goons
2. "Bike" - Pink Floyd
3. "Ooh to be ah" - Kajagoogoo
4. "Several species of small furry animals gathered together in a cave and grooving with a Pict" - Pink Floyd
5. "Mr. Blobby" - Mr. Blobby
6. "Funky Moped" - Jasper Carrott
gverutes
incubus - the warmth
van morrison - moondance
jimi hendrix - axis bold as love
the shins - saint simon
green day - jesus of suburbia
brdoluck
Some of the most meaningful lyrics i can thin of is in the song
Think It Over One Time by Robert Earl Keen

It is a country song, and not my favorite style but the lyrics are so good its completely worth it,
it has an uppity beat but don't be fooled some of the saddest lyrics ever

"Love don't walk away, only people do
So if you go or if you stay you know I'll keep on loving you"

"It ain't the memories, that make me talk this way,
It's more like someone pulled the plug before we ever saw the play"

It's only you for me, just like that whooping crane,
Who has one wife for all his life and if she dies, he'll do the same"
(If songs make you cry this would be the moment)

Hope you listen to it, and Robert Earl Keen has some other good stuff like this on his live album
leomanlapera
overjoyed stevie wonder...
paskifire
Dig - Incubus
Two become one - Spice girls Smile
The Art of Letting Go- Valley of Chrome
king without a crown - Matisyahu
laurasgurl
FoXhounD wrote:
The Goo Goo Dolls - Iris

A very meaningful song for me Smile


Iris is great. So is If You Only Knew, by Shinedown
paulina
There are so many meaningful songs. For example:
Kings of Leon - Closer
Metallica - The Unfogiven
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Snow Patrol - Open Your Eyes
James Morrison - You Make It Real
These are the most meaningful songs for me last time. I think so Wink

I agree - Iris is also great.
Radar
It varies. For example, the last six months, I've been repeatedly listening to 'Painful' by Dash & Will, and just before that, I spent almost all of my exam period listening to 'The World You Love' by Jimmy Eat World. Now I'm getting 'Please Just Take This Photos From My Hands' going around in my head, by Snow Patrol - much though my instincts are kind of telling me to stay away from Snow Patrol.

Each time, it's because I think that that song reflects where I am in life in some way.

On the other hand, 'Hear You Me', also by Jimmy Eat World, will always hold great meaning, no matter what context you put it in.
Zerstorung
Pink Floyd by far seems the most meaningful to me.

Few songs that are nice.

Everlast - Whats its like
Pink Floyd - Wish you were here

I like pink floyd song goodbye blue sky.
silverdown
That would have to be Silence.... gives you a sign of peace, thinking time and concentraton. It also keeps some from going BOnkers whom overoad them selves with work!! This ia my opinion
danielanne
for me the most meaningful song are:

I Will Follow You Into The Dark - Death Cab For Cutie
Mockingbird - Eminem
Tears Don't Fall - Bullet For My Valentine
Numb - Linkin Park
Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
Don't Tell Me - Avril Lavigne
Goodbye To You - Michelle Branch

Smile
ganjour
Pink Moon by Nick Drake

Pink moon gonna get you all Twisted Evil
mr_magnus
i aways look for deep songs that move me.
currently on top are:

-While My Guitar Gently Weeps, George Harrison / Beatles
-bautiful, Eminem
-when im gone, Eminem
-Hailie's Song, eminem
-come what may, Ewan McGregor & Nicole Kidman
-wish you where here, Pink floyd
-goodbye blue sky, pink floyd
-no-one but you, queen
-stairway to heaven, led zeppelin
-mad world, gary jules
standready
Welcome Home (to the homeless) by Ma Kelley. A hard rock song with a powerful message.
gandalfthegrey
King Charles - Love Lust http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv47YD7g-0o

Some of the lyrics are simply amazing! The song won the 2009 International Songwriters Competition. Some of the lyrics make no sense, such as
"I wrote you a song Mississippi Isabel
I even sent you flowers when you felt ill
You've the strength of the Greeks
You are god's masterpiece
You are every triumph, every victory
I believe in every breath you breathe."
jedivulcan
The most meaningful lyrics I've come across are those of "Faith of the Heart," the theme song for Star Trek Enterprise and sung by Russel Watson. They're all about doing what you want to do and not letting people hold you back. I find them really inspiring.
puppetmaster474
start off here Smile
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjE8S7vK4vA



great thread! im going to be checking out the songs i don't have. actually, i already have a play list called, "good songs" truthfully there are too many of them to post just one or a few. so i apologize im going to be a hog and post quite a few <3 =]
also skipping over the songs that were repeated over and and over on the previous pages..

Akon - Sorry, Blame It On Me
Brad Paisly - Welcome to the Future
Cake - I will Survive (Gloria Gaynor)
Chamillionaire - The Evening News
Chamillionaire - Rocky Road ft. Devin the Dude
Collective Soul - The World I know
Cradle of Filth - Her Ghost in the Fog (more of a story with music)
Darius Rucker - Alright
Darryl Worley - Awful Beautiful Life
Darryl Worley - Sounds Like Life to Me
Eminem - When I'm Gone
Eminem - Like Toy Soldiers
Guano Apes - Open Your Eyes
Hatebreed - This is Now
Hatebreed - Live For This
(HED) P.E. - Otherside
Hellyeah - Thank You
ICP - Nothing's Left
ICP - Mom Song
In Flames..... (good songs in general)
Israel Kamakawiwo'ole - Somewhere Over The Rainbow-What A Wonderful World
Jack Off Jill - Vivica
Jason Michael Carrol - Hurry Home
Life Jennings - S.E.X. (FATHERS LISTEN TO ONE. i guess parents in general... =])
Lynard Skynard - Simple Man
Manowar - Heart of Steel
Mariah Carey - Bye Bye ft. Akon and Lil Wayne
Megadeth - Use The Man
- Breadline
- The Scorpion
- Of Mice and Men
- A Tout Le Monde
- Addicted to Chaos
- Blood of Heroes
- I Thought I Knew it All
Pantera - Cemetary Gates
Papa Roach - Between Angels and Insects
Papa Roach - Thrown Away (Thrown Away is actually the name of the song, but their is a hidden track after the song. That's the part I'm refering too.)
Powerman 5000 - Free
Rehab - Wht Do U Wnt Frm Me
- Red Water
- Graffiti The World
- We Live
- Walk Away
- This I know ft. Demun Jones (specifically the 3rd section)
Rehab: Brooks Buford - Bleed
Serj Tankian - Honking Antelope (Serj is lead singer of Systen of a Down)
Timex Social Club - Rumours
Zac Brown Band - Chicken Fried
- Toes
- Free

Well that's not even close to what my playlist actually consists of. trying to throw some variety in there, and songs by artists most people wouldn't consider to have ANY good, meaningful songs, such as ICP :]
As I said, sorry for being a bit obnoxious with it all. but music is pretty much my life. if you give the songs a chance im sure you wont regret it =]
puppetmaster474
mr_magnus wrote:
i aways look for deep songs that move me.
currently on top are:

-While My Guitar Gently Weeps, George Harrison / Beatles
-bautiful, Eminem
-when im gone, Eminem
-Hailie's Song, eminem
-come what may, Ewan McGregor & Nicole Kidman
-wish you where here, Pink floyd
-goodbye blue sky, pink floyd
-no-one but you, queen
-stairway to heaven, led zeppelin
-mad world, gary jules



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puSkP3uym5k
While My Ukulele Gently Weeps.
enjoy Smile
puppetmaster474
hsadmin wrote:
Gieter wrote:
Hatebreed - This is now : it is metal, but it's really encouraging. Smile


How are the lyrics:

This is now, now
How can I taste tommorow, If I can't, taste today?
This is now, now
If I control myself I control my destiny

Really all that meaningful. I mean. Sure. If your going out to hit some ramps on dirtbike or something, or going to play some football, great song to get you pumped.

[/quote]

its "change" not "taste" lol :]

first part
"another memory and im asking myself, why cant i let the past be the past?
once and for all take a hold of the future and not let it control what i aspire to have.
i see where my decisions have brought me
whats done is done and its time to start again.
cant let it tear me in two, or waste me away.
i gotta believe, cause this is now..."
meep
Most meaningful song to me is Circle Takes the Square - Non-Objective Portrait of Karma
I'd post the whole lyrics here if it wasn't too long so I'll just post the first part:
Quote:
Ignorance is bliss
No wise woman's failed to mention
And surely some koan
Suggests neglect leads to perfection
But the more I turn my face from the crowd
The more I feel my backs' increasingly compelled
For the sake of escape
To turn a knife on itself
A knife of relief from all the petty insight
And finally I'll sleep
I'll sleep through the night
Seiorai
I think it would be Nickelback - If Today Was Your Last Day . It just..opens your eyes to how to enjoy life.
Part of the lyrics:
Quote:
My best friend gave me the best advice
He said each day's a gift and not a given right
Leave no stone unturned, leave your fears behind
And try to take the path less traveled by
That first step you take is the longest stride

If today was your last day
And tomorrow was too late
Could you say goodbye to yesterday?
Would you live each moment like your last?
Leave old pictures in the past
Donate every dime you have?
If today was your last day
BreeDee23
ddukki wrote:
Eric Clapton's Tears In Heaven
Jet's Look What You've Done
South FM's Corporate White America

A little FYI:
Hurt is actually by Nine Inch Nails. Johnny Cash did a cover (which was pretty good by the way. It just sounds nothing like NIN xD).


Actually Hurt was sung by Trent Revors OF Nine Inch Nails.
engammalsko
Anal C*nt - Limp Bizkit thinks tey're black but they're really just gay.

Makes my day Smile
bearlok1
Simply Red–Holding Back The Years

Tracy Chapman–Fast Cars

Eric Clapton–Tears In Heaven

Jim Croce–Operator

Snow Patrol–Set The Fire To The Third Bar

Schiller–I Feel You

Lynyrd Skynyrd–Free Bird

RHCP–I could Have Lied

Johnny Cash–Hurt
Tupac–Smile
jstchl09
I agree that it is extremely meaningful, it's weird, but I would compare it to seekers by the divisions even if it is a polar opposite type of genre and music... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYRGiMDX8OY&feature=youtu.be
barma
IMAGINE by John Lennon for sure...
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