rain. her ear to the door. the thunder is over, but the storm has just begun.
and the clouds will linger. fears race through her mind, each second eternal.
everything feels so final. all things come together, to be scattered again.
the door swings open. she falls to the floor. all life now changes. what have you done? i was told i was the selfish one. i tried to model my life after yours.
you've thrown it all away. i'm only a second behind you. i'm always a second behind you.
did you give any thought to this? did you think of me? hello, did you you miss me?
did you think of me when you did this to yourself? selfishly want one more chance to hold you,
kiss you, or at least say goodbye.

Lyrics submitted by cheerleader_corpses

Did You Think of Me? song meanings
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    General CommentThis song sounds like a man who has recently lost someone to suicide, and he is asking that person if they thought of him when they killed themself.
    JoanSaidPleaseon July 22, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthat is what it's about.
    monticelloon July 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt also seems that the writer means to kill them self too.
    Vdlon October 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis has always been my favorite song by AEF. Many, many times, this has been a driving song to pull myself from the gutter, out of a bad situation, and to overcome all that stands in the way. Though the face value of this song sounds dark and brutal, and the music even more dark and brutal, it has been more about the storm of emotions and confusion that often comes with the hard times, and the ending...that's that moment of clarity and streamlined thought before coming back into sync with life. To me, this song is a triumph. It is also a perfect description of the range of emotions that surface through revenge. It's nothing short of perfect in my mind.
    Thesewallswillcrumbleon January 09, 2012   Link

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