‎"tuck me in beneath the blue, beneath the pain, beneath the rain.


‎"tuck me in beneath the blue, beneath the pain, beneath the rain…"

This phrase means something similar to ‘put me into sad and bad situations’, right? (I mean it’s not ‘keep me out of sad and bad situations’)

Thank you very much.

No idea. More context.

I have no further context. Just saw it on a friend’s status.

Too bad. It is a fragment of something he read and liked, no doubt.

That fragment is taken from the lyrics of ‘The Poet and the Pendulum’ by Nightwish.

It’s taken from a section called Pacific.
Sadly, it seems to tell of a wish to die beneath the ocean, but it would be impossible to provide a literal translation. As usual with lyrics, standard rules of grammar and meaning are ignored for the sake of the art.


Sparkle my scenery
With turquoise waterfall
With beauty underneath
The Ever Free

Tuck me in beneath the blue
Beneath the pain, beneath the rain
Goodnight kiss for a child in time
Swaying blade my lullaby

On the shore we sat and hoped
Under the same pale moon
Whose guiding light chose you
Chose you all

” Im afraid. Im so afraid.
Being raped again, and again, and again
I know I will die alone.
But loved.

You live long enough to hear the sound of guns,
long enough to find yourself screaming every night,
long enough to see your friends betray you.

For years I`ve been strapped unto this altar.
Now I only have 3 minutes and counting.
I just wish the tide would catch me first and give me a death I always longed for.[/i]