Cat People (Putting Out Fire) Lyrics - David Bowie

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See these eyes so green
I can stare for a thousand years
Colder than the moon
It's been so long

Feel my blood enraged
It's just the fear of losing you
Don't you know my name
You've been so long

And I've been putting out fire
With gasoline

See these eyes so red
Red like jungle burning bright
Those who feel me near
Pull the blinds and change their mind
It's been so long

Still this pulsing night
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A plague I call a heartbeat
Just be still with me
You wouldn't believe what I've been through
You've been so long
Well it's been so long

And I've been putting out the fire with gasoline
Putting out the fire
With gasoline

See these tears so blue
An ageless heart that can never mend
These tears can never dry
A judgement made can never bend

See these eyes so green
I can stare for a thousand years
Just be still with me
You wouldn't believe what I've been through

You've been so long
Well it's been so long
And I've been putting out the fire with gasoline
Putting out fire with gasoline

Been so long
Been so long
Well it's been so long
Been so long
I've been putting out fire
Been so long
Well it's been so long
Been so long
Been putting out fire
Been so long
It's been so long
Been so long
Putting out fire
Been so long
Been so long so long so long
Been so long so long so long
Been putting out fire
Been so long so long so long
Been putting out fire
Been so long so long so long
Been so long so long






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In all actuality | Reviewer: Blaine | 7/16/13

The song was composed and written for the Movie Cat People and was written about the titular characters. The jungle burning bright represents both the feralness of the characters and the fact that they are wereleopard. It has nothing to do with space and or Vietnam. Watch the film not a bad flick but there ya go. http: //www.imdb.com/title/tt0083722/

'nam? | Reviewer: Anonymous | 3/9/10

I think this song is about vietnam, i mean "red like jungle burning bright"? thats blatenly about napalm,and we shot people at kent state to stop the population from uprising,so we were "putting out fire with gasoline"

Did you noticed the song is in Inglorious basterds too? | Reviewer: ivo velchevski | 10/5/09

The song is definitely composed and sang From The Man Who Fell on Earth, in other words, it belongs to outer space. The space might be within, or without human being. But, we'll never know. You don't know. Nobody would... When it comes to the true nature of art, as much it is in obscurity, greater is the meaning. Because you are able to wander, to search, to explore, to transform. Transformation has been the one and only perpetuum mobile that makes The Earth round, to spin and never stop. Back to the song. It's title song for Paul Schrader's 'Cat People',starring Nastasia Kinski, Malcolm McDowell and John Heard. In it, Kinski transforms into gorgeous black puma when she was making love. All for love she refused herself from human body, embracing the magic black animal soul. That bitch Tarantino uses the same song in his last masterpiece 'Inglorious Basterds', in the last scene of mass fire, massacre and sacrifice in the all names of love. Eternal love, fire, death and transformation to the ageless spirit of creation. For love only.



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