she said I wish I was a man, and I said so do I
she talks to herself around me I talk to myself around her
this is my balcony scene stage it set script is written
curtain closes in. this scene ends before it begins
it just ends


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    General Commenti absolutely love this song. great band to match. chicks are opressed...off minor tells the world
    Kismeton August 13, 2002   Link
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    General Commentoh my i love this song...
    this is my balcony scene stage it set script is written...
    i had the privelege of having off minor play in my basement
    kay_sayson May 12, 2004   Link
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    General CommentWhat it's saying is that the speaker wishes he had the guts to ask the "she" of the song out, but doesn't get the chance to and/or is still a coward.
    A Shoelaceon May 22, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song could either be about two depressed people being in a relationship and they know their relationship is fucked.
    or
    this song could be abotu a guy wanting to ask a girl out but hes too afraid to ask her and he knows that if he does ask her that it will be a bad relationship
    Mike Maynardon July 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTwo people aware of all their problems yet nowhere near understanding the others. They're not necessarily in love, but they're fond of one another.

    The speaker is aware of this, and he or she knows it is inevitable that although they're probably the perfect match for each other, they're also the worst. The each know this. They each know nothing can ever happen between them.

    At a point, they're just reciting their own "farewell" to the image they have of each other they have in their mind. People such as these should never even meet. It's like experiencing your worst moments in front of the mirror.
    nerdfileson March 17, 2007   Link

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