"Are we human or are we dancer?" --The Killers' 'Human,' from the forthcoming 'Day & Age'
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the writer of this song got the line from a quote. i'm not quite sure who the speaker of the quote was. but the writer of 'Human' didn't come up with it on his own.
The word is denser. Are we human, or are we denser...in other words, is there more to us? It's denser, not dancer. Listen to the meaning and it becomes obvious.
No, this one is pretty awful.And it IS "dancer".I'm all for deep lyrics and metaphors, but I don't get this one.
Oh, it really isn't that bad. I can think of a few to top it.
I googled the lyrics and checked five sites. Three said the word was "denser" two said "dancer"
I'm pretty sure the lyric is "are we human or are we denser".
I'm pretty sure you're wrong. If that were the case, the lyric would be, in fact, worse.
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