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oh geez, | Reviewer: carly | 11/6/07
im only a 14yr old girl, but i understand what its talking about.
i dont consider my self a normal teenager, because i have many different perspectives on life. this song is really deep and really makes me think.
i often think if my world isnt really true, am i in a dream? am i living my life the right way? is there a right way? is there a god who created me? is the world inside my head?
this song makes me wanna kill myself(not realy, i dont have the guts to kill myself) but i think about it because i dont know what to believe in. i dont know what right and whats wrong. i dont know why im a single child with a little family living here. i dont know if i was created by a god or if i came from monkeys(evolution) i dont know who to trust or what to trust. im lost and confused. but this song really makes me think even more deep. this song is amazing.
The Song | Reviewer: Ed | 11/2/07
I think this song speaks about how a person perceives self, others, life and some other ideas. One important thing about it and the reason that I think it affects people so deeply is that it asks one difficult question after another. Something that a person or other people might assume or believe, but that isn't true, and then being reminded of that by the questions can make people sad. On the other hand if what you are looking for is truth then the questions in the song are more like a person washing dirt off of a statue and the statue is the truth. The dirt was all the assumptions or beliefs that were not true. It's a work of art, that's for sure, and it can have as much of an emotional affect on a person as any song that I've heard.
Masterpiece | Reviewer: Rebecca | 10/26/07
i am simply in love with the lyrics of this song..they are so hard-hitting and emotively acurate..really top-notch..
i couldn't help but think of this song when we were reading The Lord of the Flies in my english class..did anyone else get that too?
Great lyrics | Reviewer: Gabriel | 10/25/07
i think it´s closer to adults for the lines "the life that you built". Not that teenagers haven´t built their lives, but they are actually "victims" of their family´s desires and the environment they grew up in. Adults, in the other hand, look at themselves in that stage "after the self-building part" and, often, question themselves whether they´ve made the right choices.
Anyway, great lyrics.
Glorious, Excellent, Deep | Reviewer: Ize | 10/24/07
"Right Where It Belongs" is probably the best song Nine Inc Nails has ever done.
The Lyrics are great, you can listen to this song 100 times, without getting tired of it.
I cry everytime i hear it, because it is the truth he is singing about. The message is so clear, and it makes me cry.
It actually felt like a nine inch nail went through mr when i heard it for the first time. Quite ironic..
its.. amazing | Reviewer: wiper | 10/13/07
How is it possible for a song to make so much sence? I think this song will make sence for any soul on earth, if you can think on different ways. This song, didnt hurt me when i heard it first time- but yeah, i cried. Why? Maybe because i can see how stupid humanbeing can be sometimes.
< that is just my opinion.
from a teenager | Reviewer: chad | 10/13/07
i teared as i read the lyrics to the song.
it practicly targets me... a teenager going through life realising that they're living a hollow life and all the things around them is making them confortable but none of it will matter... the world i used to know is mearly temporary, i used to believe it was all that matters... i was too scared and stall am to step out of my confort zone and challenge the new world i see. I seriously dont get the lines: "What if all the world's inside of your head?Just creations of your own. Your devils and your gods all the living and the dead. And you're really all alone
it kinda contradicts everything that comes after...anyways this can be enterpretted so many ways but the song rocks, its very sad...but more importaintly its deep.
Look deeper | Reviewer: Lee | 9/21/07
Although I'm sure teenagers can somewhat relate to this songs meaning, their short sightedness and limited awareness of the world makes the true meaning of this song incomprehensible.
If you think the pain you experience from being a confused teenager is anything like the pain men feel, after being trapped in the cage they created.. you've got a lot to learn.
Each owns interpretation is valid, although the depth and meaning of this song cannot be truly understood until one has experienced and realized the pain of living in your cage. Your mortgage, your car payments, your credit cards, your big screen TV's and your surround sound audio systems.. It all ends up owning you.
"See the safety of the life you have built.. Everything where it belongs.. Feel the hollowness inside your heart... And it's all, right where it belongs."
Damn, you made it again! | Reviewer: Scarlett | 9/11/07
This song is like Hurt, I mean, it doesn't mean the dame, but it takes me to the same depression lvl and it comes in the right moment of my life (just like hurt)
it hurts so bad to listen to it... but I can't stop it...
Powerfully gripping | Reviewer: Nooneinmportant | 8/31/07
Another amazing work of beautiful art from Trent Reznor, Right Where It Belongs will appeal to everyone. No matter what age, race, or gender. This song reaches out to grab you by the heart, squeezing gently; not hard enough to hurt, but enough to bring a tear to your eye. Depending on who you are, and what your past is, you will interpret it in different ways. But regardless, Trent has made a song that strikes deep for anyone. You'll find it difficult to tear yourself away from this song, and easy to sink into it's gentle lullaby and listen for hours on end. A deeply emotional song...
Excellent WORK!! | Reviewer: The-MaxX | 8/21/07
(this is just my opinion)
This song represents a life of an adolescent guy or girl..
Knowing so, anyone who is or allready passed by that stage of life feels a connection at the second he understands the lyric.
All music should be like this.
With REAL LIRYC! Not BS. or Lala's Nana's or DotDot's as a "lyric"
Solipsism | Reviewer: Jason Repa | 8/13/07
Solipsism (Latin: solus, alone + ipse, self) is the philosophical idea that "My mind is the only thing that I know exists". Solipsism is an epistemological or metaphysical position that knowledge of anything outside the mind is unjustified. The external world and other minds cannot be known and might not exist. In the history of philosophy, solipsism has served as a skeptical hypothesis.
I don't like NIN much | Reviewer: rabidbaboy | 8/8/07
But this song is one of my favorites atm, and maybe one of my favorites PERIOD.
You could listen to it all day, just staring ahead.
It doesn't matter who you are, where you live, what you've done, what you believe in. When you listen to this song, it's about you, no matter what state of life you are in.
It's like Reznor is sticking his mic to you and saying "Hey, you, sing"
And you have no choice but to do so.O_O
nine inch nails "right where it belongs" | Reviewer: kendal | 7/15/07
i have tried to find this song for a long time and now that i have the lyrics and the song it makes sence and it is very lovely. i love this song! (:
Strange . . . | Reviewer: Maeve | 6/30/07
I swear that this song was written for The Matrix, even though it isn't in that film.
It's a sad song, too-you're really all alone . . .
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