blue bus means: We can guess the meaning of blue bus by the name of song. (in Community Dictionary, added by Oriol Lorenzo)
What else does blue bus mean?
- Jim MORRISON, just like many poets, used double meanings. Blue bus is a reference to public transportation, but it also refers directly to the earth. All of us are on the bus, going in the same direction, to the end. (in Community Dictionary, added by Harumscarum)
- One person wrote, “This is a bus in which retards go”. Jim Morrison sings “The End” in The Doors’ song. He later chants “the blue buses is calling us”, then “meet moi in the back of that blue bus.” Perhaps this symbolises a state or insanity. (in Community Dictionary, added by Jaycee Briggs)
- Retarded people travel in a bus. (in Community Dictionary, added by Hamza Kelly)
- In the 1960’s, “blue bus” was used as a name for an effective painkiller known as oxymorphone. It is mentioned by The Doors in their “The End”. Addiction = “The blue bus is calling” (in Community Dictionary, added by Keely Esparza)
- The Doors use the term “blue bus”, in “The End”, as a reference to the blue bus. This site also mentions that the term “blue bus”, which may refer to oxycontin, was used to describe it. Although it’s possible the first refers to oxycontin, there is no way to know for certain. It is more likely that the reference is literal and not metaphoric to Santa Monica’s Big Blue Bus system, which services western Los Angeles including Jim Morrison’s Venice Beach. It is no surprise that the reference to LA’s public transit system was not noticed by The Doors. This could have been confusing for fans from outside of Los Angeles. (in Community Dictionary, added by Esteban Vidal)