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Song Discussion [11] - Sim Sala Bim

2016.09.20 08:25 santiweight Song Discussion [11] - Sim Sala Bim

Firstly a shout out to the new sub fleet_foxes. The mods are active on there, we're especially trying to keep up with news better and all those juicy insta vids. The sub also has an incredible design to it and looks beautiful. Be sure to check it out.
As always please be sure to participate so I'm not talking to myself - it's more fun if we get a conversation going (debate?)...
Anyway, onto Sim Sala Bim. This is a song that I became particularly interested in recently (about two months ago). The Song begins with a simple folk section. It's a beautiful section. It describes a man who lives by the oceanside - a pervasive theme throughout Helplessness Blues. I feel that the oceanside metaphor means before growing up - mostly naive and sheltered. A quote from Grown Ocean:
Children grown on the edge of the ocean
Kept like jewelry, kept with devotion
We get the impression that this man hasn't left his hometown. But the opening lline pair is quickly contrasted by the man leaving. He packs his suitcase, says goodbye to his dog, and leaves in the middle of the night, leaving only his initials. To be perfectly honest I'm not entirely sure here. But I believe the identity of the narrator at around 0:46 is revealed to be the man's wife. We get a drum and some incredibly tense strings to top it all off. It makes for an incredibly nervous an unsettling atmosphere. I think this section is about how the man leaving shook the world of someone close to him - probably a wife, but maybe a child or lover? It seems that all the "loose ends" of the relationship are being realised in this moment but amidst all this, the wife sees his face.
The wife goes on to question the nature of the love itself. She questions whether it was true love or simply seeing herself in him. The partner goes on to question what the man has gone on to do. I think the next few lines are largely up for interpretation, but it seems that she assumes the man is basically bullshitting - reciting recycled phrases and "Sim Sala Bim on your tongue", meaning spewing nonsense. I think the hair carving metaphor is fear that the man has run off with some young lady as he once did with the narrator.
And then after expressing all the concern and fear, the song concludes:
Remember when you had me cut your hair
Call me Delilah and I wouldn't care
The lover ends with a memory of when she cut the man's hair. She says that it wouldn't even matter if he didn't remember his name - she would still love him. I think this conclusion is incredibly impactful. The song lulls at this point (the memory) with delicate peace. The lover is calm due to the memory and nostalgia.
This is interrupted by what I think is accumulated anger. I think you can look at the solo in a few ways. It could be the release of all the anger from being abandoned and left behind. It could also be the lover running away and the tension and excitement of running away is being expressed musically. I think it is also possible that the lover chased after the man. I think that since the lover has realised she loves him, she has no choice but to chase after him. I think there is no correct answer. This song is a masterclass in using music to express a story and to have the music augment the message of the lyrics. Tension is built beautifully throughout and released incredibly as well. And at the end we are left questioning and thinking about what happened. The last little guitar twinkle is an incredible way to end the song - did the lover find the man? Did she accept her situation? The ambiguity is what makes the song. ~~~~ Lyrics Here.
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2016.09.20 08:20 santiweight Song Discussion [11] - Sim Sala Bim

First I wanted to give a quick shout out to the great design on the new sub. It looks amazing and it's a huge improvement on the old look.
As always please be sure to participate so I'm not talking to myself - it's more fun if we get a conversation going (debate?)...
Anyway, onto Sim Sala Bim. This is a song that I became particularly interested in recently (about two months ago).
The Song begins with a simple folk section. It's a beautiful section. It describes a man who lives by the oceanside - a pervasive theme throughout Helplessness Blues. I feel that the oceanside metaphor means before growing up - mostly naive and sheltered. A quote from Grown Ocean:
Children grown on the edge of the ocean
Kept like jewelry, kept with devotion
We get the impression that this man hasn't left his hometown. But the opening lline pair is quickly contrasted by the man leaving. He packs his suitcase, says goodbye to his dog, and leaves in the middle of the night, leaving only his initials.
To be perfectly honest I'm not entirely sure here. But I believe the identity of the narrator at around 0:46 is revealed to be the man's wife. We get a drum and some incredibly tense strings to top it all off. It makes for an incredibly nervous an unsettling atmosphere. I think this section is about how the man leaving shook the world of someone close to him - probably a wife, but maybe a child or lover? It seems that all the "loose ends" of the relationship are being realised in this moment but amidst all this, the wife sees his face.
The wife goes on to question the nature of the love itself. She questions whether it was true love or simply seeing herself in him. The partner goes on to question what the man has gone on to do. I think the next few lines are largely up for interpretation, but it seems that she assumes the man is basically bullshitting - reciting recycled phrases and "Sim Sala Bim on your tongue", meaning spewing nonsense. I think the hair carving metaphor is fear that the man has run off with some young lady as he once did with the narrator.
And then after expressing all the concern and fear, the song concludes:
Remember when you had me cut your hair
Call me Delilah and I wouldn't care
The lover ends with a memory of when she cut the man's hair. She says that it wouldn't even matter if he didn't remember his name - she would still love him. I think this conclusion is incredibly impactful. The song lulls at this point (the memory) with delicate peace. The lover is calm due to the memory and nostalgia.
This is interrupted by what I think is accumulated anger. I think you can look at the solo in a few ways. It could be the release of all the anger from being abandoned and left behind. It could also be the lover running away and the tension and excitement of running away is being expressed musically. I think it is also possible that the lover chased after the man. I think that since the lover has realised she loves him, she has no choice but to chase after him. I think there is no correct answer.
This song is a masterclass in using music to express a story and to have the music augment the message of the lyrics. Tension is built beautifully throughout and released incredibly as well. And at the end we are left questioning and thinking about what happened. The last little guitar twinkle is an incredible way to end the song - did the lover find the man? Did she accept her situation? The ambiguity is what makes the song.
Lyrics Here.
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2016.04.17 17:44 lskxsc [H] 19k [W] Knife

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