Genius next door

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About Genius next door

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday 11/17/1991

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Iran
  • Interests
    Cinema , Music , Literature , Games , TV ( Guilty Pleasure )
    Cooking , Singing ( Karaoke with regina's Songs in my car mostly ) , Smoking , Cursing at the way it is ...
  • First Name
    alireza
  • Last Name
    doostdar
  • Occupation
    student
  1. I mean ... i don't know ... let's see ... i give up
  2. yeaah , Be like the water, people. . this is one my personal songs too . and when she says " don't say goodbye like you're burying him ... " for the first time , in another tone regi says " But if she loves me then ... " It disturbed me when regina finished the song with " don't say goodbye.. " phrase but as i listened more and more , it hit me " ofc . it's regina . duh "
  3. I think it's a non-linear narrative song which changes its narration between regina , Daniel and heroin boy. regina attempts to become one with the object of the story " daniel " . but in the other hand we must not forget heroin boy who daniel remembers and says the best part of the song " A man destined to ... " so this song has three narrators who are connected to each other as if their fate and existence is the same . I think regina ( in her anti-folk way ) is trying to express the famous poem that Sa'adi ( one of my country's greatest classical poets ) wrote " All men and women are to each other the limbs of a single body, each of us drawn from life’s shimmering essence, God’s perfect pearl; and when this life we share wounds one of us, all share the hurt as if it were our own" . I always feel it when i listen to regina's music that alongside her narrative storytelling " which sometimes becomes third person POV " she's a witty formalist who chooses her grammer and composition of the words to make a unique meaning out . She's an artist who uses the form to create meaning , like great artists like michael haneke who says " if 300 people are in a cinema watching a movie, they will all see a different film, so in a way there are 300 movies in that cinema . "