Friday, March 25, 2011

Finger Eleven – Paralyzer (album: Them vs. You vs. Me 2007)

This song is by Finger Eleven. This song sounds pretty similar to “Take Me Out” by Franz Ferdinand. The first time I heard this song is when I was taking a Gym class the teacher used this song during one of the sessions and then I’ve searched for this song on the web because it has a really nice rhythm and it’s full of energy. I like it!

It’s been awhile since I’ve exercised; just don’t feel like it these days. When I was young, I was very much into ball games. I loved playing soccer with the boys, felt really special. Growing up I was quite a tomboy. I still seem to enjoy all sort of stupid games. I bought my Hubby balloons for his B-Day and we ended up playing catch all over the apartment. It was quite brutal; I’m surprised we didn’t break anything. I like our stupid games. My hubby always comes up with new games and I just play along. Back to my childhood which was quite awesome, my favourite thing was riding my BMX bikes that I got as a present from my parents! It was blue and it had red wheels. I used to ride my bike everywhere. I loved it so much! I remember the day my dad brought me those bikes, I was maybe 7. He thought me how to ride it and once I managed to do that, it felt so damn good! All my friends from the neighbourhood used to ride together. We formed a BMX gang and it was just wonderful. I really hated the days when I had a flat tyre. But my Brother always managed to fix it for me! God I miss those bikes. It was the greatest gift I have received from my parents! Check out this full of energy song...

Link to the song: Paralyzer Finger Eleven

Lyrics: Paralyzer Lyrics

What’s this song about?
Here is a comment from songmeaning website:
This is direct from an interview with the band:

This song is about lead singer - Scott Anderson's inability to talk to women in the clubs after there shows and at other times as well.

Band’s Official Website: Finger Eleven

Info about the band: Wikipedia - Finger Eleven

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