I would be a liar
I would be the poorest saint
Clipped like an angel in the arms of a gentleman
Clipped like an angel in the arms of a gentleman
Cover this wind like he was an angel
Cover this wind like he was an angel
And all the old mustangs with boxes for tops.


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Six Bar Phrase Hey Hey song meanings
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    General Commentwell... the musical phrase in this song, which is repeated 3 times, has 6 measures of 4/4 in it. so it has a 6 bar phrase, whereas most songs have 2 or 4 or 8. so... 6 bar phrase... hey hey...
    jonbashon August 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commentshort and sweet, easily one of my favorite songs on the cd, despite it's brevity.
    insigniatagon October 04, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthank you to jonbash for the song title meaning....
    inhocsignoviceon December 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commentcan anybody find the actual lyrics? or are there repeats that aren't marked in?
    n_hallon March 28, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Rich People say fuck yeah hey hey"

    Material wealth means success to rich people. This has replaced heaven as most people's ultimate goal... or maybe it's a way to achieve that goal, too.

    "Cover this wind like he was an angel," Wind could mean mortality... as long as your material wealth is around to be an extension of yourself mortality doesn't mean shit to you.
    Old mustangs = transportation, boxes for tops = cars.
    Cover our belongings when we're dead... they somehow are part of us, so they should be put away.

    I don't know...
    Just my interpretation. :]
    nefittyon November 04, 2007   Link

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