"I float down the Liffey"- came from a dream Yorke had in which he was running down the River Liffey.
namtax @ 13:20 PM Jun 1616
The chorus lyric was inspired by Michael Stipe of R.E.M., who advised Yorke to relieve tour stress by repeating to himself: "I'm not here, this isn't happening."
namtax @ 13:19 PM Jun 1616
I think this song is about dealing with embarrassment, wanting to be invisible during embarrassing moments, and re-assuring yourself. 'In a little while, I'll be gone, The moment's already passed, Yeah, it's gone'
namtax @ 13:18 PM Jun 1616
'I float down the Liffey' - The River Liffey is a river in Ireland, which flows through the centre of Dublin.
namtax @ 13:15 PM Jun 1616