A great song that reminds me of Salv

Discussion in 'Salvia Divinorum' started by GuyFromTheFarNorth, Jun 4, 2006.

  1. I'm a huge pearl jam fan, I don't know if this should be in this forum or not but hey it's all in good fun! Pearl Jam's new album has a GREAT song on it dedicated to psychotropics\halucinogens and it reminds me of a real wild salv trip. It's called Severed Hand and it's an awesome tune, the lyrics speak well:

    (Lyrics can be found at http://www.pearljam.com/songs/song.php?song=SeveredHand )

    Big man stands behind an open door
    Said, "Leave your lady on the cement floor."

    "Got some kicks, wanna take a ride?"
    I said, "Yeh,..."
    "Take your pick, leave yourself behind."
    I Said, "Yeh,..."

    I've no fear but for falling down
    So look out below, I am falling now
    Oh please understand, I just need my friend
    A way home.

    Tried to walk, found a severed hand
    Recognized it by the wedding band

    "It's okay, do you want some more?"
    I said, "Yeh,..."
    "You'll see dragons after 3 or 4...:
    I said, "Yeh,..."

    "Understand, I'm not falling down"
    I said, "Look around, the room's taller now,.."
    I can't close my eyes, cause i see the sound
    In waves

    In waves, lets me stay calm

    If I don't lose control
    Explore and not explode
    A preternatural other plane
    With the power to maintain.

    Like a tear in all we know
    Once dissolved, we are free to grow
    "What is human?,... What is more?"
    I'll answer this

    When I get home.

    Sorry if no one else appreciates this thread, I just think it's pretty cool :D
  2. it does sound a lot like what i imagine a salvia experience to be like, if its possible to imagine..
  3. MatrimCauthon

    MatrimCauthon Member

    Haha, that's grrrrrr-ate
  4. Demonslayer

    Demonslayer Member

    The new Korn music video (Coming undone) must be inspired by salvia, specially the bit at the end were the band members dissolve into ribbons.

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