1 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: Song Lyrics ONE - U2 Is it getting Or do you feel the Will it make it on you now You got someone to You say One love, One life When it's one In the night One love, We get to it Leaves you if you Don't for it Did I you Or leave a bad in your mouth You like you never had love And you want me to go Well it's too, To drag the 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 Have you come to raise the Have you come here to play To the lepers in your Did I ask More than a lot You gave me Now it's all I got We're one but we're not the same Well we each other, then we do it again You say love is a Love a higher Love is a Love the higher You ask me to But then you make me And I can't be on to what you got When all you got is One love, One, One life You got to do what you One life with each other, One life but we're not the same We get to carry each other, carry each other One life, One Discussion 1. What do you know about the group U2? 2. What is the song about? 3. Is it a love song? If you say yes, support your answer with specific lyrics from the song. 4. What type of relationship do the two people in the song have? Is it a happy one? 5. What do you think is going to happen to the two people in the future? 6. What are the feelings people have at the end of a relationship? How do people deal with those feelings? 7. Do you like the song? The melody, the structure the whole thing was done in 15 minutes and the lyrics just fell out of the sky, a gift The song is a bitter, twisted conversation between two people who've been through some nasty, heavy stuff It s not saying we even want to get along, but that we have to get along together in this world if it is to survive. Bono, U2
2 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: FULL SONG LYRICS ONE U2 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, arry each other One...life, One.
3 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: Song Lyrics RUN SNOW PATROL I ll sing it one last for you Then we have to go You ve been the only thing that s In all I ve And I can look at you But every time I do I know we ll make it Away from here Chorus: Light up, light up As if you have a Even if you hear my voice I ll be right you dear Louder, louder And we ll run for our lives I can hardly speak I Why you can t your voice to say To think I not see those eyes Makes it so hard not to And as we say our long I nearly do Repeat Chorus Have heart my We re bound to be Even if it s just for a days Making up for all this Light up, light up As if you have a Even if you hear my voice I ll be right you dear Discussion 1. What is the song about? 2. Who is the singer talking to? I ll sing it one last time for you 3. Is it a love song? If you say yes, support your answer with specific lyrics from the song. 4. To think I might not see those eyes Why won t the singer see those eyes? 5. Is the song optimistic or negative? 6. Why is this song called Run? 7. Do you like the song? We had nothing. I was in a flat in Glasgow. No doubt it was raining. One night I was drinking in the bar and I fell down a full flight of stairs. I split my head open and my eye was closed and I lost a few teeth. I could have died. I wrote Run soon after on this little guitar I'd tried to smash up in my little room. The song was me writing about an imagined world, projecting myself into better times. The words 'Light up, light up' gave this sense of a hope. There had to be a light at the end of a tunnel. Gary Lightbody, Snow Patrol
4 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: FULL SONG LYRICS RUN SNOW PATROL I ll sing it one last time for you Then we really have to go You ve been the only thing that s right In all I ve done And I can barely look at you But every single time I do I know we ll make it anywhere Away from here Chorus: Light up, light up As if you have a choice Even if you cannot hear my voice I ll be right beside you dear Louder, louder And we ll run for our lives I can hardly speak I understand Why you can t raise your voice to say To think I might not see those eyes Makes it so hard not to cry And as we say our long goodbye I nearly do Chorus Slower, slower We don t have time for that All I want to find out is your way To get out of our little heads Have heart my dear We re bound to be afraid Even if it s just for a few days Making up for all this mess Light up, light up As if you have a choice Even if you cannot hear my voice I ll be right beside you dear
5 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: Song Lyrics BROWN EYED GIRL VAN MORRISON Hey where did we go, days when the came Down in the hollow, playing a new Laughing and a, hey, hey, skipping and a In the misty fog, With our a thumping and you My Brown Eyed Girl You, my Brown Eyed Girl Now happened to Tuesdays are so slow Going down the old man with a transistor Standing in the laughing hiding behind a wall Slipping and a sliding all along the with you My Brown Eyed Girl You, my Brown Eyed Girl Do you when, we used to Sha la la la la la la la la la la dee dah Just like that Sha la la la la la la la la la la dee dah La dee dah So hard to find my way now that I'm all on my I saw you just the day, my, how you have Cast my back there lord, sometimes I'm overcome thinking about Making love in the grass, behind the with you My Brown Eyed Girl You, my Brown Eyed Girl Do you when, we used to Sha la la la la la la la la la la dee dah Sha la la la la la la la la la la dee dah La dee dah Discussion 1. What is the song about? 2. It is a favourite song of both Bill Clinton and George Bush. Radios DJs say it is among the ten most frequently requested songs. Why do you think the song is so popular? 3. When it was first released, it was banned on radio. What line do you think radio stations had a problem with? (Look up the answer online.) 4. The song was originally called Brown Skinned Girl. Does that change the meaning of the song? 5. Do you like the song? It s a throwaway song. It's not one of my best. I mean I've got about 300 songs that I think are better A lot of times I have no idea what I mean. If you can't figure out what it means, or it's troubling you, it's not for you. It means what it means. Van Morrison
6 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: FULL SONG LYRICS BROWN EYED GIRL VAN MORRISON Hey where did we go, days when the rains came Down in the hollow, playing a new game Laughing and a running, hey, hey, skipping and a jumping In the misty morning fog, with our hearts a thumping And you, my Brown Eyed Girl, you, my Brown Eyed Girl Now whatever happened to Tuesdays are so slow Going down the old man with a transistor radio Standing in the sunlight laughing Hiding behind a rainbows wall Slipping and a sliding all along the waterfall with you My Brown Eyed Girl, you, my Brown Eyed Girl Do you remember when, we used to sing Sha la la la la la la la la la la dee dah Just like that Sha la la la la la la la la la la dee dah, La dee dah So hard to find my way now that I'm all on my own I saw you just the other day, my, how you had grown Cast my memory back there lord Sometimes I'm overcome thinking about Making love in the green grass, behind the stadium with you My Brown Eyed Girl You, my Brown Eyed Girl Do you remember when, we used to sing Sha la la la la la la la la la la dee dah Sha la la la la la la la la la la dee dah, La dee dah
7 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: Song Lyrics REVELATE THE FRAMES My slant This chant My fate My revelate Are you so far from me this That you can't say my revelate. My open My charms My number My revelate I f**ked it up I rest my case Cause it's all too My revelate Sometimes I need your revelation Sometimes it's all too to take Sometimes I need your revelation This I make my own now Does this we're through Does this it's gone I a day just to ponder the words That I would to you this day But it's all too my revelate Sometimes I need your revelation Sometimes it's all too to take Sometimes I need a revelation This it's up in arms This time I need you revelation Sometimes it's all too to take This time I need a revelation Sometimes it's just to hate you Sometimes I need a revelation Sometimes I, sometimes I. Redeem yourself Redeem yourself Redeem yourself Discussion 1. What is the song Revelate about? 2. What is the feeling of the song? Is it happy, sad, angry? Etc. 3. Why do you think the singer needs a revelation? 4,. Who do you think the singer is talking to in the song? 5. Sometimes it s easy just to hate you. What do you think this lines means? 6. Do you like the song? We had no money left after recording the album. We had a friend whose mum worked in the Postal Office so we decided to wait until she was on a lunch break, and we went in and put a video tape in the security camera, we did our video for Revelate during the break, and put her original tape back when she came back. The video cost about 4 to make. Glen Hansard, The Frames
8 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: FULL SONG LYRICS REVELATE THE FRAMES My simple slant, This broken chant My human fate, My revelate Are you so far from me this day That you can't say my revelate. My open arm, My lucky charms My number eight, My revelate I messed it up, I rest my case Cause it's all too grey My revelate Sometimes I need your revelation Sometimes it's all too hard to take Sometimes I need a revelation This time I make my own now Does this mean we're through Does this mean it's gone I spent a day just to ponder the words That I would write to you this day But it's all too great, my revelate Sometimes I need your revelation Sometimes it's all too hard to take Sometimes I need a revelation This time it's up in arms This time I need your revelation Sometimes it's all too much to take This time I need a revelation Sometimes it's easy just to hate yeah Sometimes I need a revelation Sometimes I, sometimes I. Redeem yourself, Redeem yourself Redeem yourself
9 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: Song Lyrics NOTHING COMPARES TO YOU SINEAD O CONNOR It s been hours and days Since you took your love away I every night and sleep all day Since you took your away Since you been gone I can do I want I can see whomever I choose I can eat my dinner in a fancy But nothing, I said nothing can take away these blues Nothing compares, nothing compares to you It s been so without you here Like a without a song Nothing can stop these lonely from falling Tell me,, where did I go wrong? I can put my around every boy I see They only remind me of you I went to the and guess what he told me, guess what he told me He said girl you better try to have whatever you do But he s a Cause nothing compares, nothing compares to you All the that you planted mama in the backyard All when you went away I know that living with you baby was sometimes But I m willing to give it another Nothing compares, nothing compares to you Nothing compares, nothing compares to you Discussion 1. What is the song about? 2. How would you describe the mood of the singer? 3. Why do you think she doesn t have a new boyfriend? 4. What advice would you give to her? 5. When the singer famously cried in the video to the song, it was a real tear. Why do you think she was crying? 6. Do you like the song? Art is where everyone gets to feel their feelings and have something make them cry or laugh. So, I think our job as artists is to be ourselves. And, in doing so, to inspire other people to be themselves. Sinead O Connor
10 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: FULL SONG LYRICS NOTHING COMPARES 2 U SINEAD O CONNOR It's been seven hours and fifteen days Since u took your love away I go out every night and sleep all day Since u took your love away Since u been gone I can do whatever I want I can see whomever I choose I can eat my dinner in a fancy restaurant But nothing I said nothing can take away these blues `Cause nothing compares Nothing compares 2 u It's been so lonely without u here Like a bird without a song Nothing can stop these lonely tears from falling Tell me baby where did I go wrong I could put my arms around every boy I see But they'd only remind me of you I went to the doctor and guess what he told me Guess what he told me He said, "Girl, you better try to have fun no matter what you do." But he's a fool `Cause nothing compares Nothing compares 2 u All the flowers that u planted, mama In the back yard All died when u went away I know that living with u baby was sometimes hard But I'm willing to give it another try Nothing compares, Nothing compares 2 u Nothing compares, Nothing compares 2 u Nothing compares, Nothing compares 2 u
11 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: Song Lyrics ZOMBIE THE CRANBERRIES Another hangs lowly, is slowly taken. And the caused such silence. Who are we? Another breakin' is taking over When the causes silence, We must be mistaken. But you see, it's not me, it's not my. In your head, in your head they are, With their and their bombs, And their bombs and their. In your head, in your head, they are It's the same old since In your head, in your head they're still, With their and their bombs, And their bombs and their. In your head, in your head, they are In your head, in your head, Zombie, zombie, zombie, Hey, hey, hey. What's in your head, In your head, Zombie, zombie, zombie? Hey, hey, hey, hey, oh, dou, dou, dou... In your head, in your head, Zombie, zombie, zombie, Hey, hey, hey. What's in your head, In your head, Zombie, zombie, zombie? Hey, hey, hey, hey, oh, oh, oh, Oh, oh, oh, oh, hey, oh, ya, ya-a... Discussion 1. What is a Zombie? 2. What do you think the song is about? 3. Why do you think violence causes silence? 4. The singer says it s the same since What happened in 1916 in Ireland? (If you don t know, look it up.) 5. The song was written in 1993 during one of the worst moments of the violence in the North of Ireland. Do you know how the situation in Northern Ireland has changed since 1993? Is it better now? Or worse? 6. Do you like the song? What's in your head, zombie? At the end of the day I care about the fact of innocent people being hurt. That's what provoked me to write the song, it was nothing to do with writing a song about it because I'm Irish. You know, I never thought I'd write something like this in a million years. I used to think I'd get into trouble. Dolores O Riordan, The Cranberries
12 UNIT 4 MODERN IRISH MUSIC: FULL SONG LYRICS ZOMBIE THE CRANBERRIES Another head hangs lowly Child is slowly taken And the violence caused such silence Who are we mistaking But you see it's not me It's not my family In your head, in your head they are fighting With their tanks and their bombs And their bombs and their guns In your head, in your head they are crying Chorus In your head, In your head Zombie zombie zombie ei ei What's in your head In your head. Zombie, zombie, zombie ei, ei, ei, oh do,do,do... Another mother's breaking heart is taken over And the violence causes silence We must be mistaken It's the same old thing since 1916 In your head, in your head they're still fighting With their tanks and their bombs And their bombs and their guns In your head, in your head they are dying Chorus In your head, In your head Zombie zombie zombie ei ei What's in your head In your head. Zombie, zombie, zombie ei, ei, ei, oh do,do,do...
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