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Muhammad Haggag

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Given that I don't find anything useful to say currently (or rather, lack the time to write something useful) I thought I'd post an image of a none-sensical, yet magnificent moment of time:


On a sidenote: Does *anybody* know the meaning behind the Scorpions "Wind of change"? Not the individual words, but what are they talking about?

Also, if anybody knows some place for me to find the meanings of Rock/Metal songs in general, it'd be great. The problem is that arabic songs are really usually much more "concrete" and descriptive than most western ones (at least the ones I listen to). I mean, for god's sake, what is the meaning behind "Underneat the sky of red" of Oasis?

PS: I've got loads of similar questions, so if you happen to be a guru at this, pleeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaase say so AND stick around long enough to answer my questions [smile]
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Scorpions winds of change constantly mentions Gorky Park which is an amusment park in Moscow. I think this all has to do with the fall of the old Soviet empire and the collapse of the Berlin wall in 89.

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I think that Underneath the Sky is about traveling as a musician and all they need is their suitcases which don't really belong to them (hence they live without belongings). They live underneath the sky. No roof and no home. Free of worldly cares, etc...

edit2: I could just be projecting?

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I think that Underneath the Sky is about traveling as a musician and all they need is their suitcases which don't really belong to them (hence they live without belongings). They live underneath the sky. No roof and no home. Free of worldly cares, etc...


I think it's something like that - probably more about a wanderer, a rolling stone.

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Is it just me or is your start bar backwards?

Heh [grin]
Arabic is a right-to-left language, and I use the localized version of Windows XP Professional, which displays everything right-to-left (e.g. explorer's tree is to the right, ...etc)

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