"Revolver" as written by and Mark Lanegan....
(I know what you do
I will soon catch you)

Now after all, don't it feel like nothing,
Like walking away, like a mouthful of rain.
At twelve o'clock, a bell starts ringing,
A dog starts barking, and you're still missing.
Still missing something you've never known what it was.

And I'm not one for thinking twice,
But I know this much is true,
The earth will turn and powder burns,
And you are my revolver.

Just waking up, some dogs start barking,
A bell starts ringing, and you're still missing.
And after all, don't it feel like nothing,
Like walking away, like a mouthful of rain.
I'm holding on, cause you're my revolver,
And I dreamed of an ending, in a violent way.


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"Revolver" as written by Mark Lanegan

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    General CommentDon't really know the meaning, though I suspect the last sentence is the key.

    "I'm holding on, cause you're my revolver,
    And I dreamed of an ending, in a violent way."

    As I interpret it it's about a man holding on to a woman, or at least the thought of the woman o left him. Hints of an upcoming suicide to end the daily life - amplified by the repetition of bellringing and dogs.
    fransjosefon March 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis could be in a Tarantino movie.
    GoldenMicon August 02, 2007   Link

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