A Cry for Escape: The Struggle for Peace and Freedom in 'Dejadme'

El Ultimo Ke Zierre's song 'Dejadme' is a poignant exploration of the search for peace and freedom in a world filled with chaos and oppression. The lyrics begin with the protagonist seeking inspiration and love, only to be confronted with a harsh reality where people are begging for survival. This stark contrast sets the tone for the rest of the song, highlighting the disillusionment and frustration of the narrator.

The song delves deeper into the protagonist's quest for peace, as they head to a park to rest, only to find it disrupted by a police raid. This imagery underscores the pervasive sense of intrusion and lack of sanctuary in their life. The repeated longing to be 'far, far away' where barriers are only physical, not societal, speaks to a deep desire for true freedom. The line 'even freedom is bought with money' is a powerful commentary on the commodification of liberty, suggesting that true freedom is unattainable for those without financial means.

As the song progresses, the protagonist's desperation becomes more palpable. They express a wish to be 'crazy' and oblivious to the world's troubles, but instead, they find themselves hiding and seeking refuge. The imagery of hating the sun and barricading doors symbolizes a retreat from the harsh realities of life. The final plea to be left alone to sleep, even if only temporarily, encapsulates the exhaustion and desire for escape. 'Dejadme' is a raw and emotional portrayal of the struggle for peace and freedom in a world that seems determined to deny it.

Share on social media Share as link
  1. Ay, de mí!
  2. Lujuria
  3. Quiero Ser Tu Perro
  4. Amor Obrero
  5. Lo Que Te Llevas
  6. Quemaste Tus Alas de Ángel
  7. Soldadito Español
  8. Amor En El Cuarto Oscuro
  9. Lobo Estepario
  10. Para Agarrarme
View all El Ultimo Ke Zierre songs

Most popular topics in El Ultimo Ke Zierre songs

Related artists

  1. Porretas
  2. Attaque 77
    Attaque 77
  3. Konsumo Respeto
    Konsumo Respeto
  4. Reincidentes
  5. Piperrak
  6. Boikot
  7. Barricada
  8. Elektroduendes