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the girl mentioned in the story is like a metaphor for the gang itself... thats all The Eagles's "Hotel California"After listening to the song, the first time around, I thought it was about the heavy drug use in the 70's.
But after READING the lyrics myself, I gathered it was about the Satanic Church.
He made millions of tablets of strong LSD in his day, and then dissapeared.
Key points: "Just by chance you crossed the diamond with the Pearl.turned it on the world..thats when you turned the world around" And..."All your low-rent friends are dead.can be very strange...those test-tubes and the scales, just get em all out of here....their gas in the car? I think the people down the hall, know who you are.." Its a great lyric, although hidden.most-all of their lyrics.
America Sang, "The ocean is a desert with its life underground and a perfect disguise above", to explain that the ocean was much like a desert in the sense that both are barren, exposed to the sun, and uninhibited by (drinkable) water.
The artist explicitly describes what he had seen on his journey, to convey the idea of wide open peacefulness, A sky with no Doors's "People Are Strange"About a bad LSD trip.
In the 70's this song was banned from many radio stations because "horse" is a street name for heroin.
If you listen to the lyrics in the chorus they say "In the desert you can remember your name.
s In The Cradle, while she was pregnant with their first child as a warning to Harry not to miss his child growing up.Bad Company's "Shooting Star"According to the lead singer, Paul Rodgers, the song is a story, and it's almost a warning.He wrote the song about the casulaties of making it in the music business and then dying of a drug overdose.'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain." Not only does heroin cause severe memory loss but it is also used as a pain killer.I think this is proof enough of what this song really means.