Meanings | Reviewer: Anonymous
It's not entirely consistent with the song, but it's worth noting that the word "orchid" comes from the Greek word "orkhis", which means 'testicle'.
After that discovery, "you took a white orchid and turned it blue" made a whole lot more sense to me.
Hmm. | Reviewer: Jade
'Jack White' (commented below me) isn't really the Jack White of White Stripes, he wouldn't comment on the lyrics of his own song... Makes me laugh when people are so lame and pretend to be the singers/songwriters though. :')
But, anyway. If Jack DID comment on this, he'd probably tell us what it was about. Plus he'd know how to spell 'her'. XD
Anyway, onto other matters. AMAZING song with such a catchy riff, definitely my favourite so far by them along with Icky Thump. ♥
My song | Reviewer: Jack White
These lyrics are perfect, sing365 have really got the lyrics right Meg is going to be really happy when i tell here. Thanks guys!!
Song is hot | Reviewer: Anonymous
Elephant was their best album. Get beind me satan was ok. Doorbell and Blue orchid I play it all the time. White Stripes hands down is the best rock alternative group since the Doors.....
They just need more mainstream radio play
oOo HeCK yeS! | Reviewer: M i C H e L L e _x
oOoh yesh. dis song is total hawtness. it beats lyke every other sng from them. total coolness.=D. i love this song! can yew say myspace song?!?!? i can! LoL.
the stripes kick ass | Reviewer: Anonymous
this is one of the best rock songs i've ever heard, the guitar and the distorsion are perfect the drums are simple but with a perfect timing and rythm and this solg played live is two times better in my opinion is the best song of the get behind me satan album that's characterized by it's lack of guitar but this song makes you forget that
They Just Keep Getting Better | Reviewer: William Quinones
This song, in my opinion, is the best of the album. For a while, I had trouble deciding which I liked more; "Seven Nation Army" or "Blue Orchid." Orchid won out by just a hair. I love the guitar line, and the simple yet effective percussion that has worked so well for the Stripes for so long. They just ooze style in this song. Two thumbs up.