(Don't fear the reaper) I cant believe you all missed this. Seasons don't fear the reaper Vampires fly etc. Like Stairway To Heaven, Reaper acknowledges this sea change ("all out times have come"), but the song re-affirms love, even though the world was becoming a much harder place for ideals like love.
We'll be able to fly... Don't fear the Reaper Nor do the wind, the sun or the rain (We can be like they are) Lyrics to 'Don't fear the reaper' by Caesar. That is just the way it seems to me. The curtains flew then he appeared Came the last night of sadness Nor do the wind, the sun or the rain The most literal one is the acceptance of death as harmoniously symmetrical with life, which causes many people who are anxious about death to incorrectly conclude that the song is about promoting suicide. The song, written and sung by lead guitarist Donald "Buck Dharma" Roeser, deals with eternal love and the inevitability of death. Old legends from medievial European times about the Grim Reaper and The Maiden, and the reference to Romeo and Juliet give the song a deep psycho-historical resonance. The candles blew then disappeared
Lyrics to 'Don't Fear The Reaper' by Blue Oyster Cult: All our times have come Here, but now they're gone Seasons don't fear the reaper Nor do the wind, the sun or the rain (We can be like they are) More to the point, as writer D. Roeser said, Reaper refers to the power of love over death and implies a life after this one...possibly inspired by Roeser's own relationships and a heart condition he reportedly suffered from at the time of writing. At the beginning the man is dying and telling the woman to hold his hand becuse he is "her man" and that their love is eternal. 24 Sep. 2020. }; Misheard lyrics (also called mondegreens) occur when people misunderstand the lyrics in a song. so, there is no reason to fear death for it will only lead to a new point for one's journey with their loved one[s]. Here but now they're gone A brilliant song, with many levels of interpretation. A week or so later my son got a hold of the iPad and played this song for a few seconds before moving on to another. We'll be able to fly, (Don't fear the reaper) song: "Don't Fear the Reaper",
giving their lives to him. Glad I found this page. Certainly not a group you’d ever expect to see in the Top 40. The song is about a man and woman who are in love and facing their deaths.