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Old 06-14-2007, 04:40 PM
BlueAngel BlueAngel is offline
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One Step Up
Bruce Springsteen

Woke up this morning my house was cold
Checked out the furnace she wasn't burnin'
Went out and hopped in my old Ford
Hit the engine but she ain't turnin'
We've given each other some hard lessons lately
But we ain't learnin'
We're the same sad story that's a fact
One step up and two steps back

Bird on a wire outside my motel room
But he ain't singin'
Girl in white outside a church in June
But the church bells they ain't ringing
I'm sittin' here in this bar tonight
But all I'm thinkin' is
I'm the same old story same old act
One step up and two steps back

It's the same thing night on night
Who's wrong baby who's right
Another fight and I slam the door on
Another battle in our dirty little war
When I look at myself I don't see
The man I wanted to be
Somewhere along the line I slipped off track
I'm caught movin' one step up and two steps back

There's a girl across the bar
I get the message she's sendin'
Mmm she ain't lookin' to married
And me well honey I'm pretending
Last night I dreamed I held you in my arms
The music was never-ending
We danced as the evening sky faded to black


Here, let me help interpret this song for those die hard fans of his who don't seem to know what he's talking about.

That's understandable, as his lyrics are, for the most part, designed this way.

Mystery, hidden messages, meanings for mind control survivors.

Everyone loves a good mystery. IT JUST SUCKS THEM RIGHT IN!! Creates loyal fans and lots of revenue for the "squeaky clean" music industry and their musicians this way.

Sit down with a good mystery book and you don't want to stop reading it. You want to know how it ends. You get all wrapped up in it. Just as you get all wrapped up in the musician.

Springsteen has created a "mystery" about himself through his lyrics. You can't put him down. You think you're going to find something fantastic in the end. Get all the answers. But, you won't. You'll just keep getting the same ole' same ole' to keep you attached. Trust me on this.

You'll get another song that can't be interpreted even by him cause in the end, you have to look at a song, as he says, and not know where it came from.

Just another bone to keep you coming back for more.

Believe me, you'll never figure it out. Most of his songs are probably written through altered states of consciousness and therefore; that is why he cannot interpret his own lyrics. As well, they have much to do with his past involvement with a particular person(s) in the "satanic cult" and therefore; he will not explain that either.

You're caught up in the "fairy-tale" world/worship/love of him that he has created for you through mind control.

Trust me on this. I know of what I speak.

These are tricks of the trade. These are their tools.

Get their fans addicted to the personality and they will stuff their pockets for life. Media hype has helped Springsteen, because truly his vocals are mediocre at best along with his guitar playing.

If you never gave up listening to the potent "mind control" music from the 60/70's and continue to watch the same groups and listen to the same groups on DVDs/CDs, you're stuck in the past.

The ILLUMINATI have used these tools on the masses forever.

They've created a mystery surrounding themselves.

My interpretation: Plain and simple:

He has a partner at home, in this song, he's been arguing with.

He leaves. Goes to a bar. Sees a woman or could be "little girl" looking like she's interested.

So, he's pretending he's not married.

Go to the last verse.

He is now dreaming about someone else.

Three females in this song.
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