>TFW the Song "Hotel California" by Eagles is a song about a white woman being raped by a group of savage thugs (niggers) in a Californian Hotel.
It's about the music industry in Los Angeles in the 1960s and 1970s when musicians were exploited because there were just so many bands trying to become famous that they were treated as disposable and many got into drugs or became destitute
Nothing in the lyrics alludes to a woman being raped. If you could please point out the lyrics that do and why explain why they do. Although I know you aren't going to do this because you are just racebaiting or cuck meme posting.
>Not pointing out the lyrics explaining how it does not allude to a woman being raped
>Even though specifically asked by OP
The song seems to be more about drugs and addiction. In the first verse he is enticed into the Hotel California, which is a metaphor for drugs/addiction. Then in the last verse when it says you can check out anytime but you can never leave seems to about being addicted to drugs. How you can quit for a time, but you'll always come back.
Nothing in there about nigger rape.
>And she said "We are all just prisoners here, of our own device"
Talking about how you bring drug addiction or alcohol addiction on yourself. And because you're addicted, it's hard to become abstinent, so you are essentially addicted for life.
>And in the master's chambers,
>They gathered for the feast
>They stab it with their steely knives,
>But they just can't kill the beast
obvious reference to using heroin. The part about killing the beast refers to how heroin addiction works. You need more and more to get a fix once you become addicted. The relief is only temporary and the need to get a fix sets in again.
Once again. Nothing about nigger rape.
Notice how each chorus is preceded by a line referencing voices calling out. Then the chorus is presented as the words those voices were calling out. The chorus is talking about how when you drink or take drugs, it makes you feel good in that moment. It puts you in "such a lovely place".
Nothing about nigger rape.
Forgot to mention the voice calling out can either be other people doing drugs saying "c'mon man it's cool" or "it makes you feel great. But at the same time the voices can the voice of withdrawal saying, "you haven't had a fix in a long time. You need one. It will make you feel better". And as I explained in the earlier post, the chorus talks about the good feeling you get when you take your drug of choice.
I think I've made my argument very clear. Now if you could do the same for yours. Why is this song about niggers raping a white woman? I just dont' see it. But if you could please enlighten me by referencing lyrics, like I did. Thanks in advance.
But I know you won't do this because you are just a meme shitposter, who is posting for upvotes.
Not OP, but doesn't the verse:
>"And in the master's chambers,
They gathered for the feast
They stab it with their steely knives,
But they just can't kill the beast"
The attack of a murder or a rape taking place?
See this post: >>25971779. It's about heroin addiction. "Steely knives" syringes. "can't kill the beast" can't beat their addiction. No matter how much heroin they do, they're still going to need more to satisfy their urges. "Gathering for the feast" preparing the drugs or getting ready to shoot up.
You are cherry picking way too hard. The whole song uses the Hotel California as a metaphor for addiction. So in keeping with the metaphor he uses things that reference a hotel. Night man, is the desk clerk at a hotel during the night. It's not referencing black people, but keeping in line with the hotel metaphor.
"We are programmed to receive" once again talking about how drugs and addiction works. Most drugs work in a way that get you addicted. And the part about receiving could be talking about addictive personalities. These type of people are "programmed to receive". Once they get a taste they can't get enough or can't quit.
Honestly does it really matter the song is garbage anyways