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What is Flyleaf's album cover meaning?
John L. Cooper hes the lead vocalist and the bass player.
if you're referring to "paul is dead" that was nothing. somethings journalist made up to get their magazines to sell. other hints like rev. 9 played backward was john messing …with people. and at the end of strawberry fields, he did NOT say " i buried paul" what he really said was "cranberry sauce"
'Memento Mori' meaning "Remember you're mortal". And whenever the king would came back from a war or something, there would be a parade. But a slave would be behind him saying… "Memento Mori", meaning, "You're just like the rest of us. Remember, you will die one day. You don't exceed that rule". So the king is on the front, and there arer trumpet players for the "parade" and them Lacey is the slave saing 'Memento Mori!'. -Hoped this helped.
They were planning to spell 'HELP', but it didn't look good, so it was changed to 'NUJV'. :) Smileh face!
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It's about greed. Between the chorus and the verse, Lacey says, "You can't serve God and money. You can choose one or the other."
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The 2008 sophmore release from Ligeia entitled "Bad News" has a NYC based model named Bobbi Kent on the cover. The band does not have any affiliation with her nor did they w…ork with her directly at any time. Often times Ferret arranges this and the band(s) either approve the designs or not, this was the case with Ligeia's debut release "Your Ghost is a Gift", also.
It's like a guy coming from an outside world to Earth. Just a theory.
Mika and his sister Yasmine create the album covers, along with a few other artists. You can see more about it on his youtube account MikaSoundsBlog. There is a video called B…ehind the artwork, which will tell you all about it.
The album cover is a reference to the story of St George and the dragon. The dragon represents Babylon and Bob on the horse represents him slaying Babylon through his music.
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It is the symbol for Sulfer or Sulpher.
Well then maybe the question shouldn't be about the album cover. This is all great stuff. I am seeking a literal Roman Cavalry Choir tranlation of "Viva la Vida". Can any c…redible source answer this? We already asked the Benedictine Latin scholars. Perhaps the "Roman Cavalry Choir" might have a different interpretation than today's Catholic scholars. "Sanctus videus" might mean "The Holy See" or to "see like God", which heaven forbid, would allow the unwashed masses in on their native intelligence. "Viva la Vida" means "Long Live the Knowing" to the Roman Cavalry Choir. Prove that I'm/we're wrong! Bob Kiger - Videography Lab Viva la Vida actually means "long live life" in its most literal translation. \\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_\\_ The album cover is of Eugene DelaCroix's painting, "Liberty Leading the People." A commemoration of the July Revolution of 1830. Many of the songs throughout this album seem to be about war and revolution. Violet Hill being the story of a soldier going off to battle wanting to know if his love loves him in return. Viva la Vida being the story of a King who no longer holds power and is worried that his actions will cause St. Peter to not allow him into heaven. Lovers in Japan about soldiers that must soldier on. Strawberry Swing the character from Violet Hill is assumed to be incapacitated and is brought to by cold water. With the remainder of the song being to his lover. The use of "Liberty Leading the People" is to represent what many of the album's songs are about; War and Revolution. Viva La Vida actually means "long live life" in spanish. im in sanish 4 honors so i should know :) Viva la Vida actually means "Live life" ----------- The song seems to be autobiographical and it's about Coldplay, or at least Chris Martin specifically. It's possibly a premonition of a time yet to come when he will look back on this period of his life, when he (and his band) were top dog(s), i.e. "when I ruled the world". He says he knows "St Peter won't call my name", possibly because he has done something, or made a deal with a certain someone from down below, as part of the fame & fortune package (aka "when I ruled the world"), and thus he'll be excluded from eternal life for a reason he is not currently at liberty to explicitly explain. It wouldn't be good PR for a start. All the stuff about kings, and so on is just a collection of metaphors for this end-of-my-career-and-looking-back theme in the song. Of course, I hope my interpretation is wrong as I wouldn't like anyone to trade their soul for fame for a time which, compared to eternity, is nothing at all.