"The Final Push To The Sun" as written by and J Lytle....
I never know their names
But I smile just the same
New faces, strange places

Most everything I see
Becomes a blur to me
And I'm wasted because
The fast pace is too much

And here at the final push to the sum,
If my old life is done
Then what have I become?
What have I become?

Every now and then
Memories creep in
A breeze and blue skies
The trees and you and I

But that old life is gone
I guess that I've moved on
To new faces and strange places

Here at the final push to the sum,
If my old life is done
Then what have I become?
What have I become?

What have I become?
What have I become?
What have I become?
What have I become?
What have I become?
What have I become?


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"The Final Push to the Sum" as written by Jason Lytle

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    General CommentI think it's about someone who changed this lifestyle and just travels around.
    protectedon January 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about growing up. Almost losing his innocence and taking that final step into adulthood(final push to the sum). The repetition of what have I become has so much emotion it signals to me that he is not where he desired to be or planned to be.
    HailtoKidAon March 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAgain, another great song about nostalgia by these guys.
    that_guatemalan_guyon July 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAgain, another great song about nostalgia by these guys. Nobody evocates past times, people you won't see again and places you won't visit, like Grandaddy.

    And all of us can relate to this feeling, in one way or another, since we all had childhood dreams and fantasies that never panned out.
    that_guatemalan_guyon July 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI thought it was about old age, and waiting to die, thinking "what have i become" and the pace of youth just flashes by with impossible speed which he can't grasp. The new faces, strange places being hospices and hospitals and the unfamiliar locations that just meld into a blur as he fades from conciousness, as the music fades "what have i become".
    PenguinBoyon February 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti agree with this interpretations. i honestly don't undestand the line "Here at the final push to the sum" (english isn't my first languaje).
    but i think is about a guy who left a small and quiet place and starts living in a big city and he starts to get used to that place ("But i smile just the same", "i guess that i've moved on"). but that isn't his world, that he doesn't belong to it. when he starts thinking in the place he left behind he realices he has changed and ins't what he used to be "What have i become?".

    a very nostalgic song
    yocapowebon October 15, 2008   Link

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