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Stereophonics — In a Moment
Album: Graffiti On The Train
Avg rating:
7.1

Your rating:
Total ratings: 962









Released: 2013
Length: 5:15
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Don't know where you're going
Used to be a star
And everywhere you turn
They're raining on your fire
You're searching for an answer
Your hands and tongue are tied
And everything that you thought you knew
Is buried deep alive

You could take tomorrow
If you wanna
You should take tomorrow
But you gotta wanna

You think you've got it all
The writing is on the wall
You're praying to your Lord
Searching for your soul
Cause you just need to know
The emptiness will go
In a moment

I'm looking in the mirror
I'm talking to myself
Stare at my reflection
And I look like someone else
Ask myself a question
And I face another day
So I look myself out in the eyes
And I tell myself again

You could take tomorrow (all your life live in the moment x 2)
If you wanna (all your life live in the moment x 2)
You should take tomorrow (all your life live in the moment x 2)
But you gotta wanna (all your life live in the moment x 2)

You think you've got it all
The writing is on the wall
You're praying to your Lord
Searching for your soul
Cause you just need to know
The emptiness will go
In a moment

You think you're going to fall
Afraid you'll lose it all
You're praying to your God
Thanking for your love
And you just need to know
The hope is going to flow
In a moment

You think you've got it all
The writing is on the wall
You're praying to your Lord
Searching for your soul
Cause you just need to know
The emptiness will go
In a moment

You think you know it all
(Time is on your side)
Praying to your Lord
(Time will heal your mind)
Your think you're going to fall
(Then you'll learn to fly)

Time is on your side
Time will heal your mind
Then you'll learn to fly
Comments (52)add comment
 MrStatenIsle wrote:
Hmm, could be in the same family as Stereo MC's 'Connected'?
 
They're certainly near each other in an alphabetic list.

But yes, I hear some definite similarities, although I think they're coming at it in completely different ways. Regardless, I like both songs.
 MrStatenIsle wrote:
Hmm, could be in the same family as Stereo MC's 'Connected'?
 

I thought the same thing.
Hmm, could be in the same family as Stereo MC's 'Connected'?
Great gutair solo
DocStrangelove wrote:
7 moved up to 8
 
Same here!  7→8 which seems to be a common occurrence on this track recently... Long Live RP!!
7 moved up to 8
 I did not like it much at first either. But it has grown on me and my wife just came into my office whistling along.  I think it gets stronger after the guitar solo.
oldsaxon wrote:
Growing on me ... if slowly, but that probably isn't bad. I wrote this off at first, now it's an 8.

 


Moby much?
Nice nosh after the flimsy first course that was Bat For Lashes.
yay, the real deal and not that obnoxious remix you have in rotation!
thank you Bill  {#Cheers}
Reminiscent of AudioSlave and Chris Cornell, both of whom I enjoy but, this tune just seems monotonous.
 rdo wrote:


I never realized I had it until I wore earplugs for the first time to avoid noisy neighbors.  I suppose anyone who tries earplugs like that will hear the sounds of the inner ear they never realized they had before...I also see floaters (!).   For a few years I always had to have a fan on in the room for the tinnitus.  Now, I listen to music pretty much every waking hour, so I never hear it.  At night, sound soother......

 
I just went through a pretty severe bout of tinnitus too. It got so bad that I was being waken up at 2 or 3 am with the ringing. After some frantic research, I found a strong correlation between caffeine intake (mine was quite high and varied at the time of the bout). The advice I was given was stark:  eliminate all forms of caffeine and take gingko biloba which increases circulation. After taking the advice (with a few sips of green tea in there) and copious amounts of gingko for a few weeks,  I must say that after a few weeks it subsided to a point where I can say it was gone. If I start to drink coffee or other caffeinated items, I do notice the ringing again...
 rdo wrote:


I never realized I had it until I wore earplugs for the first time to avoid noisy neighbors.  I suppose anyone who tries earplugs like that will hear the sounds of the inner ear they never realized they had before...I also see floaters (!).   For a few years I always had to have a fan on in the room for the tinnitus.  Now, I listen to music pretty much every waking hour, so I never hear it.  At night, sound soother......

 
Yup, this is me.  I also use a fan (also for the air movement), and/or listen to music.  My tinnitus is pretty mild, fortunately.


 Hannio wrote:


Yeah, I've got tinnitis.  Unfortunately, by the time you get it, it's too late to do anything about it except protect your hearing so that it doesn't get worse.  Fortunately (for me, at least), I don't really notice it except when talking about it.


I attribute my tinnitis to a lifetime of loud cars, loud music and loud women.  

 

I never realized I had it until I wore earplugs for the first time to avoid noisy neighbors.  I suppose anyone who tries earplugs like that will hear the sounds of the inner ear they never realized they had before...I also see floaters (!).   For a few years I always had to have a fan on in the room for the tinnitus.  Now, I listen to music pretty much every waking hour, so I never hear it.  At night, sound soother......
"Dirgey"  and the opposite of uplifting - "downputting"¿?
 That_SOB wrote:


 That is called tinnitus and you need to see a physician.... {#Fever}

 

Yeah, I've got tinnitis.  Unfortunately, by the time you get it, it's too late to do anything about it except protect your hearing so that it doesn't get worse.  Fortunately (for me, at least), I don't really notice it except when talking about it.


I attribute my tinnitis to a lifetime of loud cars, loud music and loud women.  
We've been mired in mid-tempo here- not sure if that's the automation making that choice or a live DJ, but the last 5 songs have maintained this hum-drum vibe.  Getting boring...
 
 jackiewelsh wrote:
 Yeah...have to rate 1 due to pretty lame +played almost daily

madsci61 wrote:
Make it stop!!!  This song is absolutely annoying.

 


 
Because --- it sounds JUST LIKE RADIOHEAD!!!!
 Yeah...have to rate 1 due to pretty lame +played almost daily

madsci61 wrote:
Make it stop!!!  This song is absolutely annoying.

 

Make it stop!!!  This song is absolutely annoying.
Is this a pastiche of U2's Seconds, or is that just me?
Did they hire Thom Yorke for that droning, grating backing track? Dudes, you don't HAVE to sound like RadioHead.{#Wall}
 Ballzak wrote:
If I really had it all, I wouldn't have to have this annoying sound buzzing in my ears...
 

 That is called tinnitus and you need to see a physician.... {#Fever}
"Truth", hope, and flow... super, thanks a lot DJ.
·)))))))))

 
If I really had it all, I wouldn't have to have this annoying sound buzzing in my ears...
Love this band since the local high school station played Smells Like Chaplin in 1999. The rrrrrrrock, mate.
The last great tune they wedged into my head was Dakota...it is good to hear something nice and catchy — and this one's a bit edgy, isn't it?! — from them again!
Been a big fan of these guys for some years now, and this is the first I've heard of a new album..... Joygasm!!!

{#Music}
Growing on me ... if slowly, but that probably isn't bad. I wrote this off at first, now it's an 8.
..on first listen i thought this would wear out pretty quick, but it seems different with each re-hearing..odd that & makes me press it 7 >> 8..(plus it's catchy as all get-out)..
 Dave_Mack wrote:

I'll buy that. I dig the VAST comparison too. "Loneliness is fine..."
 
i get it, too.
Thought this was Puscifer at first, but corrected myself when I heard the singing. Much worse. {#Nyah}
 ziakut wrote:
I like Stereophonics...but I think this is bland.
 
 {#Eek}   Zoinks!  Bland?  OMG.  Really?
Always released good songs throughout the years and this is superb.
I like Stereophonics...but I think this is bland.
 Dirkle wrote:
What's with the release date?
 
..best song of 2013! (thus far)..
 Dirkle wrote:
What's with the release date?
 
echoes of your future...catch up!
I think this is the best Sterephonics song I've heard.
 MassivRuss wrote:
If the singer gargled sand, this could be RadioHead. NT{#Eh}
 


Thankfully and mercifully, it's not.
If the singer gargled sand, this could be RadioHead. NT{#Eh}
Another solid performance from Stereophonics. {#Drummer}  7 from me
Sounds like Oh Yeah - Los Lobos tune from This Time
 Dirkle wrote:
What's with the release date?
 
Pre-cognizant. Duh.
What's with the release date?
 Dave_Mack wrote:

I'll buy that. I dig the VAST comparison too. "Loneliness is fine..."
 
+1 for the VAST comparison
and maybe a bit of AIC too. 
 Jelani wrote:
 I was initially thinking Alice in Chains.
 
I'll buy that. I dig the VAST comparison too. "Loneliness is fine..."
Did Jon Crosby (VAST) produce this track?  It sounds like it could have been...
Stereo MCs Anyone? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kezbMtlwW5Q
 Dave_Mack wrote:

Reminds me of Puscifer. Pretty good tune.
  I was initially thinking Alice in Chains.


 Jelani wrote:
I never would have guessed this was them.
 
Reminds me of Puscifer. Pretty good tune.
I never would have guessed this was them.