"Teleport: A & B" as written by and Nicholas Edward/beck Thomas....
Alright, that's it, I've had enough, I'm on my way to you
It's nauseating and I'm sick of waiting
For all these pointless calls to go through

But no, I'm not a skeptic anymore
At last I see what all of this ridiculous hard work is for
The moisture in the air is begging for release
And the memory of your stare is raining down on me

Hypothetically if you were point A
And theoretically if I was point B,
We would be, we would be frantically melting
Into one massive point
That could overcome anything

Constantly you're working through the mileage in my head
Oh, I'm calculating, yes I'm sick of waiting
How many hours until I reach your bed?

But no, I'm not a skeptic anymore
At last I see what all of this ridiculous hard work is for
The moisture in the air is begging for release
And the memory of your stare is raining down on me

Hypothetically if you were point A
And theoretically if I was point B,
We would be, we would be frantically melting
Into one massive point
That could overcome anything

My faith in you could move these mountains I am driving through
It's times like these when I wish I could teleport to you
'cause then we wouldn't have an issue
We're cleverly, strategically
Challenging our fright and insecurities,
And never seem to want to leave

Hypothetically if you were point A
And theoretically if I was point B,
We would be, we would be frantically melting
Into one massive point
That could overcome anything
Yeah, we would be, we would be frantically melting
Into one massive point
That could overcome anything


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"Teleport a & B" as written by Joseph Dean Beck Daniel Ludeman

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  • +1
    General CommentGuys, guys, guys, he's obviously talking about quantum physics, more specifically entanglement-assisted teleportation.
    Readinglevelupon August 06, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentConstantly you're working through the mileage in my head
    Oh, I'm calculating, yes I'm sick of waiting
    How many hours until I reach your bed?

    Sounds like she's in his head to the point where he can't take it anymore. What a way to put something to hard to deal with.
    360degreeson July 23, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe chorus says it all.
    tsc > awesome
    Merkinon August 02, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentmaybe this girl drives him completely crazy and if they could be together, he believes, they could be so close that nothing could tear them apart:
    we would be, we would be frantically melting
    into one massive point
    that could overcome anything

    just my opinion, like this song, 2nd best to 'polygraph right now' on this CD
    lil_capeon October 09, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentCould this be a song about a long distance relationship?

    -'It's nauseating and I’m sick of waiting'
    He can't wait to see her again.

    -'But no, I'm not a skeptic anymore
    At last I see what all of this ridiculous hard work is for'
    He now believes a long-distance relationship can work, even though it's hard.

    -'Oh, I'm calculating, yes I'm sick of waiting
    How many hours left until I reach your bed?'
    Again, he can't wait to see her again.

    -'My faith in you could move these mountains I am driving through
    It's times like these when I wish I could teleport to you
    'cause then we wouldn’t have an issue'
    Driving through, as in driving to see her. He wished he could just teleport to see her anytime he wanted, because then it wouldn't be so hard.
    isser8on January 09, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAnyone believe this song is about Marriage? At some wedding they have the 3 candles and u blow out the 2 and light the one indicating a coming together to overcome anything?
    P@nicFanon January 20, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHmm... well, I like the way lil cape described this best.... but I think that pretty much everyone elses ideas seem pretty valid to me. In Trig. class we're working on vectors and how if you have vector A and vector B then you need to find vector A+B and it makes me think of this song... :)
    strbrstcylon February 10, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLESS THAN THREE.
    CarrieWithoutSoundxon April 09, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah, i definately think it's about a long distance relationship, and how much they love each other and no matter what they're sticking together even though it's so hard to deal with not being able to see each other.

    'Alright, that's it, I've had enough, I'm on my way to you
    It's nauseating and I’m sick of waiting
    for all these pointless calls to go through'

    i know how that feels to be with someone in a long distance relationship, and phone calls just don't cut it sometimes.
    ellie117on May 27, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHe loves her.
    He misses her.
    He's on his way to see her...and the journey is making him want her more.


    "My faith in you could move these mountains I am driving through" is an *amazing* lyric.
    powertrashon November 25, 2006   Link

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