"Hey Casanova" as written by and Duncan Sheik....
Hey Casanova
You don't look too good
But I know times are tough

You never found your paradise
Like you said you would
And it's all catching up

It may be that we will never change
You may never come to your promised land
And it's a gray morning

With all you have
Still you turn your back
You're given every chance
How can you ask more than that?
But still you have to ask

Hey tragic hero
Did you get passed by?
Well, what do all those heathens know

Have a seat, a cup of wine
And have a good cry
And then it's time to go

'Cause you're living up to your own worst cases
You're looking for hope in some pretty strange places
And that's a gray mourning

With all you have
Still you turn your back
You're given every chance
How can you ask more than that?
But still you have to ask
I really need for you to ask

With all you have
Still you're turning
Turning
With all you have
Still you're turning
Turning

Hey you lone ranger,
Is it cold tonight
So far beneath the stars
Maybe the desert will do you good


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"Hey Casanova" as written by Duncan Sheik

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    General CommentI think the meaning of this song is obvious:. "And it's all catching up..." 'Casanova' is getting older and is still no closer to being happy in life.

    Then there's this line: "you're living up to your own worst cases." It's a funny thing how people who are already in enough trouble and can't see a way out of it, often make life more difficult for themselves. Watch a few episodes of 'Cops' and you'll see what I mean.

    It's almost like people without hope look in the worst places to at least feel like they're making progress - one way or the other. I've known people like this and as we all get older it's sad to watch their decline.
    ctlizyrdon September 10, 2007   Link

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