Mike Reynolds, the former guitarist from For Today, started a firestorm when he tweeted his thoughts on homosexuality in. And never forget what Jesus said in Matthew 11: 28-31 — Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Trent Reznor was very impressed by Cash's take on his song and quite moved by the video. Lyrics of the song are the heart to it and they make the song. His fans were his redemption, but in the end he still feels worthless, and understands his whole life was based on a gale ideal of who he wanted to believe he could be ie famous, loving and successful. I never got to meet Johnny but I'm happy I contributed the way I did. Think back to 2012 and you'll remember 's bus catching on fire, Pastor getting and Teen Mania Ministries founder Ron Luce's daughter Hannah being in a that killed four people as they flew to an Acquire the Fire event.
When he performed hurt, it was amazing. It is one of my favourite songs ever. I think when people in the music industry get so high up they are too far gone to come back to the truth being lost. I am just looking at the poetry. There are songs that have been a great hit for lyrics alone and some for music. A guy goes crazy, kills a bunch of people but then. It is Reznor singing infront of a large white curtain with some crazy images behind him.
I'll be attending another show in November, and I'll be quite shocked if he doesn't play it there too. He knows that no matter what he would have still hurt the people in his life. Take my body, take my body. You spend your day struggling just to keep your head above water so you can go to bed and get up the next day to do it all over again. Then I went to the House of Cash Museum and found it in total disrepair. I know that's not what it's about, but it still makes sense with the lyrics. He is who he is and can't change himself.
I think it just uses heroin addiction as a metaphor for human nature, which is quite obviously very flawed. There are four musical Gods out there; Trent is one of them. The fact of the matter is that if Trent Reznor sang this song in his old age, near death from a life of drugs, people would say the same thing they said about Cash, how it's so much more moving and whatnot i wonder how much of this emotion is a product of the video, not the music? The sad thing is, all these clueless wonders out there thing he made it now. It's such a strange thought to open a song with. I dotn favour either version. The way all the fans just sort of stopped and watched and listened.
For Cash, the inflection is put more on the idea of mortality, getting old and, slowly, watching your friends die. And you don't want to remember anymore, but you can't help yourself. Like a lot of covers they often have a different 'take' on the original ' if they don't there is little point in doing it. So this time I made Rick promise me I could make it. He already had all the fame.
This song is about Trent, by Trent and will always be about Trent. He talks about his crown of thorns and liars chair which could symbolize all the mental and physical pain hes afflicted on other people and himself because of the drug. I miss listening to Tool, but I am equally as stubborn as them. Yes, Reznor wrote the song. Perhaps this song shows that God has abandoned humans, leaving us to struggle, sin, hurt, and drown in materialism.
My teacher is making me do a project where we have to ask questions and we have to answer them with song lyrics. So much pain and problems and if someone starts suffering from this its so easy to just quit suffering with whatever they choose to stop suffering with, Look at all the musicians who have died at the age of 27, if that isnt the weirdest thing, , what is with this age of dying at 27, Is there a real place called The Crossroads and the quote the devil takes your soul at age 27? Both of Trent and Cash can't buy happiness, so they numbed the pain with addictions. The video appeared to be Cash's obituary, as he was in failing health after a life filled with drug-abuse. They know there is nothing worse and after getting one or more it will leave you wishing things could have been different or that you could change your bad choices. June Carter Cash, died later that year. I thought of it more as actually inflicting pain upon oneself.
Makes me feel things I thought were dead. No matter what his damn video looked like, 'Hurt' is not Johnny Cash's song. Finally, at the end of the song, he regrets his actions and says that if he was given another chance, he would do it right. Especially because of the video and its fame. I was using the metaphor of drugs at the forefront of what was going on.
Sad songs about being hurt or betrayed by someone you love? At the end of the album, he has lost almost everything and he has done something unspeakably evil to someone so he attempts suicide, to kill the bad part of him. The emotion that pours from Cash's song is entirely different than the Nine Inch Nails version. Its just that they both touch on different emotions. And for people to say Cash's version is out of time or out of tune is ridiculous - it's a different interpretation, not a replication. Moses struggled with his leadership role and the people around him. It's just that, Johnny's version had a better music part to it, and the tone of it was much more impacted, it just made chills go up my spine.
Why are we all suffering? They are both good in different ways. . For cash to choose to use it as his obituary must be a credit to Trent Reznor. Probably a dedication to Cash, I also heard he sold the rights or something but that's probably b. You can really feel the heartache that's felt when you let someone down, as the character in the song does. I thought of it more as actually inflicting pain upon oneself. Yet both versions manage to capture the emotion of the song in two very distinct ways.