Bring me home to this house of many days
Just lay me on the floor hard and cool as slate
You know I love it more and more than before I ran away
It triggers off so many hurts hurtful words and broken plates

I lied to
Now I'm fuzzy
I've been lied to

All and all the world is small enough for both of us
To meet upon the interstate waiting on a train
And just when those big arms lift up fall in love with no time to say it

I liked to
Now I'm fuzzy
I've lied to
Now I'm fuzzy
Fuzzy now

Oh oh oh

Here we are in our car driving down the street
We're looking for a place to stop have a bite to eat
We hunger for a bit of faith to replace the fear
We water like a dead bouquet does no good does it dear

I lied to
Now I'm fuzzy
We've been lied to
Now I'm fuzzy
Fuzzy now
Lied to ooh ooh

Oh oh oh


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    General CommentActually I hoped somebody helped me in understanding something about this song , but I could not find any comment about it and no comment about Grant Lee Buffalo too, very very strange , their high quality music deserves more attention.
    lorenzoRon September 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI would say it's about a love lost, that when love is lost the fear of the pain that love can cause makes people overlook the possiblility of finding a new loves. "Fuzzy" would be an indication of un focusedness or it could be that people don't get to see the true him/her because he/she's recovering from the loss of the relationship and is trying to remember what he/she did before. Grant Lee Buffalo is one of those bands that will totally rip your head open fill it full of great music and clamp it back on.
    LaminatedTheoryon October 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah... unfortunately not a lot of comments. I was surprised too.
    airwolf queenon January 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYesterday I got home from work, picked up my guitar and for some unknown reason, (apart from the fact that I was feeling a bit low) played THIS song. Aside from the name I’ve never pondered over what the words actually meant until after I finished playing it this time. I must say I’m a bit relieved that there are no definite interpretations given here, so allow me to offer you mine…. I’d say this song is about the disillusionment of growing up, a lament for days no more. The word ‘Fuzzy ‘is rather childish and whimsical - now could ‘Fuzzy’ perhaps be Grant ‘s imaginary friend he had growing up as a kid, someone he would confide in, someone who would always assure him that things would be alright (Ok, admittedly I never knew that he said ‘NOW I’M Fuzzy’ I always thought he was saying ‘OH Fuzzy’, although these lyrics could be wrong, and hey I’m only giving you MY interpretation)? Cries of ‘I’ve been lied to’ are so heartfelt and can only mean that things are not okay…. The opening line ‘Bring me home to this house of many days’ already suggests a longing to return to years of your childhood – in most cases the house you grow up in as a kid feels very permanent, the first 10 years of your life seems like a lifetime, as opposed to the 10 years between 20 and 30 which feels inexplicably shorter. A few lines down ‘You know I love it more and more than before I ran away’ reflects how we as humans find it easier to only appreciate things when they are gone. When we are kids we wish these days away as quickly as possible, we can’t wait to become independent, when we eventually earn these rights we see the world for what it really is, a rather scary place, and then we realise there’s no turning back, so we tend to romanticise these days through nostalgia (which interestingly enough is a common symptom of a quarter-life-crisis, another important theme of this song worth mentioning). … The Second verse alludes to the notion of the soul mate. We believe this person is out there somewhere and destiny will somehow (‘All and all the world is SMALL enough…’) always bring us together. Although this verse is truely beautiful it is not as optimistic as it appears, because don’t forget Grant will once again utter the line ‘I’ve been lied to’… The final verse still has me stumped but if I must, I’d say its more grounded in reality then the first two. In fact it’s probably the most optimistic of the 3. In the last two lines; ‘We hunger for a bit of faith to replace the fear’ suggests a desire to stop feeling so cynical and the part about ‘water like a dead bouquet’ could be self-mockery admitting to being over sentimental…….. I hope this all made sense, I guess its more of a reflection of how I’m feeling as opposed to what Grant was feeling when he wrote it, but that’s the beauty of music
    P.S. I never had an imaginary friend;)
    Ampersanon January 10, 2008   Link

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