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Song Interpretation
A journey with a loved one sprinkled with Old Testament with New Testament references along the way. Originally, the stanza was, “Hey Helena” (and is sung like that on Crash although the printed lyrics say otherwise) instead of “Hey, My Love”. Speculation held that this “Helena” was a Greek reference. It’s probably more accurate that the reference is to Constantine’s (as in the Roman ruler who legalized Christianity) Mother, St. Helena, finder of numerous Christian artifacts (including the True Cross) and built Christian Churches in the Holy Land. That places more of a Christian lean on the song during earlier times, and one of the “loves” could be the religion itself, especially in earlier versions of the song that were not so touchy-feeley graphic.

Song Information
Album: Crash
Spring 1995 Rarity: 22.9167
Historical Rarity: 37.2942
Average Slot: 9
Average Length: 7:35

Two Step

  Spring 1995 Appearances

Date Venue Position Length
DMB 1995-03-23Arapaho, Paris, Ile-de-France, France2
DMB 1995-03-25DMBLive - The Revolver Club, Madrid, Spain 3/25/1995, Revolver, Madrid, Madrid, Spain2
DMB 1995-03-30Melkweg, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands2
DMB 1995-03-31Logo, Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany14
DMB 1995-04-02Gino, Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden13
DMB 1995-04-05DMBLive - The Academy, New York, NY 4/5/1995, The Academy, New York, NY155:50
DMB 1995-04-07DMBLive - Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC 4/7/1995, Cameron Indoor Stadium - Duke University, Durham, NC117:39
DMB 1995-04-10The Edge, Orlando, FL136:51
DMB 1995-04-22In Cahoots, Oklahoma City, OK96:28
DMB 1995-04-25Bomb Factory, Dallas, TX105:20
DMB 1995-05-21Sam Boyd Stadium - University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV57:23


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