Keys to the Kingdom
Keys to the Kingdom

UNKLE - Keys to the Kingdom Lyrics

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Keys to the Kingdom Lyrics

I shoot it low, kill the flow
Ruin myself out on the north shore
I make it one, watch the sun
Sink behind the trees with the keys to the kingdom

I shoot it high, let it fly
Bury myself under a blue sky
I see a scheme, make it clean
Drown in blue rivers under a muffled scream

Call your number wishing I could make amends
And I'm caught in a space between my head and my face again

I hit it down, kill the sound
Ruin myself out on the northbound
I make it one, kill the sun
Bury my disease with the keys to the kingdom

Call your number wishing I could make amends
And I'm caught in a space between my head and my face again

I shoot it low
Shoot it low
Kill the flow
Kill the flow
Ruin myself out on the north shore

Call your number wishing I could make amends
And I'm caught in a space between my head and my face again

Call your number wishing I could make amends
And I'm caught in a space between my head and my face again

Writer(s): Christopher Allen Goss, Gavin Clark, James Gabriel Leo Lavelle, Richard File
Copyright(s): Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing, MUSIC SALES CORPORATION, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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What is the Meaning of Keys to the Kingdom?

I will take a guess and say "Shoot it low" can refer to two things; 1) the way gun shooters who haven't learned how to control the gun tend to shoot downward. Shoving it forward while firing will shoot downward. 2) an archer's creed is to "aim high, shoot low" taking in account of wind resistance, trajectory, weight, and obstacles. "I shoot it high, let it fly" sounds more arrow than bullet? Due to mentions of trees, shores, rivers, "Kill the flow" can refer to three things: 1) breaking the river's serenity, but the river will return to its natural state. 2) breaking the wild's serenity, but the wild will return to its natural state. 3) wanting to break the mind's operation, which otherwise returns to the person's phone number on the singer's mind. "Ruin myself" and "Caught in a space between my head and my face again" and "Wishing I could make amends" and "Bury my disease" may refer to the same. "Keys to the kingdom" sounds like the keys are the numbers to dial, and the person is the kingdom, in which is gone with the sinking sun, where the singer wants to bury their disease, wants to kill the flow, kill the sound, kill the sun, all by drowning to end their pain. "Between my head and my face" seem like the face is in the reflection of the water, and their fixation is in that short distance.

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