"A Well Of Tires" as written by and Matthew Morris Pond....
We live for parking lots
And waiting around for no reason
Guilty for nothing
Nothing so subtle
Onlookers make up a strange herd of listeners

We have been here before
Aligned with the blankness of buildings
Shifting and halting
Taking a half-step
Constantly mumbling is making a comback
The patterns keep proving that all things get better

All winter
The backs of heads make better friends
All winter long

There is a well of tires
Outside South Strafford and Sharon
Repeating the nature
Is coming together
Take off the next place to get through the weather
I've seen the records
And all things get better


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    General CommentHow can there be no comments? Matt Pond rules. I think this song is excellent and pretty self-explanatory. It's about those periods in your life when you're depressed and you just feel blank and empty. Everything gets better with time and the changing seasons, you just have to get through the weather. At least that's what it seems to be to me. When he says "I've seen the records" I think it's a reference to the statistics of warmer temperatures in later months, which is another nod to optimism. Just random thoughts.
    asSTARSfallxon February 22, 2010   Link

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