Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Calvin, May 24, 2012.
Really? I think that makes less sense personally
What is this song about?
Probably just a rap to vent frustration about people getting the better of him or it's possibly directed at those who say Linkin Park went mainstream or too soft and lost their potential i.e. "I'ma be that nail in your coffin/Sayin' that I've softened" and to put forward the idea that just because they're taking another direction doesn't mean their completely out of the game which is symbolised by "I was duckin' down to reload".
I uploaded a lyrics video for Lies Greed Misery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NzSkN3TFGE&list=UUP5MHT7-aj7EvgPJH_yKZfg&index=1&feature=plcp please watch
That's because you are looking at the break in the wrong spot. Let's write it out without the song in mind.
...Push me to let you know you can't intimidate me.
That makes more sense than
...Push me to let you no you can't intimidate me.
This has a flow similar to the bridge in Figure.09. The way the words are spoken are not necessarily in the same "sentence."
I thought it was "Push me to ledge"....
Ohh I was concentrating on the first line rather than the 'no' being replaced by 'know'. My bad.
It's all good homie! Easy to do, especially with the way the flow is. thanks for translating!
Separate names with a comma.