"Weather Girl" as written by and Jeremy Dawson....
You're an uptown falling down
West end girl trying to see yourself
Running in a number one
Shoot 'em up

Race to edge of the world
To the edge of the world
Knocking down
Waking up

you're a breaking girl
Hearts stop and seize
Making love in the weather
Making moves together

Staying close forever
Riding in our cars
From the Moon to Mars
Everyday, every night

Becomes a thousand hours
Come and follow you
Follow down to excess
Return to righteousness

Dancing late at night
Hunting high and low
With your pretty pink bow
Weather girl, where did you go?

Girlfriend, I really need you
Don't go, don't go
Girlfriend, I really miss you
Don't go, don't go

Never making hesitation
Making everyone hold their breath
Criss-cross over miles of eyes
Ending looks shooting over

The heads are turning
Your shadow of death
You're ready for this

Weather girl, where's your forecast?
Set the signal
Raining fire from the angels
Through the eye of a needle

Making moves, making stars
Falling faster than the start
Of the end of the world
You're the breaking girl

Channel X, channel 7
Super static television
We're waiting for
The first broadcast from you

you'll never go too far
There's no stopping the show
With your pretty pink bow
Where did you go?



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"Weather Girl" as written by Jeremy Dawson

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    General CommentMe thinks this song is about
    a relationship with all it's ups
    and downs etc...
    Gibbetteon November 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentNot so much a relationship i think.
    personally, i see its about a girl, so captivating whos ambitions are too great for whereever she is.

    who knows. i could be wrong.
    xoEmergencyTDMon December 25, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think its partly about relationships
    but i also think that he likes this girl (romantically) but he still admires her determination to do stuff beyond human conception

    but then i also think that something bad happens to her
    like maybe she builds her dreams and when she's nearly there, something happens, bringing the line
    "Weather girl, where's your forecast?"
    into it
    about how they missed her
    or how invincible she used to be but work and the general stress of life is eating her and she's not the once youthful girl and she may be fading


    not sure but there yu go!
    runway?on February 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think it is a realtionship, because theres a lot of 'we' and that..

    i also think that this girl represents something very familiar, the weather girl who you're so used to seeing on tv. then something happens and shes gone, and you realize
    DeathOnTwoLegson March 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think the song is talking about a person who has like forgotten their roots and is sort of rejecting everyone who cares about her because she thinks shes better than them because of some fortune in her life, such as getting on television or something...
    fleur_de_saisonon April 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah. It sounds like she lost a best friend.
    I think almost anyone can relate to this one in a way.
    HoneyHamScouton April 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentShe wants to be great, to do something to make a name for herself. She wants to be at the top. And even though she has her work, she knows how to have fun at the same time, hence "Dancing late at night." Then, I think she just gives up, gets caught up in city life, nightlife to be exact. I think she gets caught up in drugs and other acts. She was friends with someone, a familiar, friendly face that one day just disappears. Maybe it's the drugs, or maybe even something like AIDS, "Falling faster than the start Of the end of the world," spiraling downward faster than ever. And I think she dies. "Where did you go?"

    But at some point, I also think that she wanted help. "Girlfriend I really need you Don’t go, don't go." She asked for his help, but he couldn't do anything to help her. Possibly they used to date, she being the girlfriend, but he left her because she was doing things he thought were wrong. He misses her, but knows he couldn't be with someone he's become.

    And at the end, I always get this image of him, standing alone at her funeral, staring at the freshly covered grave with the words Weather Girl engraved on her tombstone.
    robbed.innocenceon August 29, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthmm.
    'weather girl.'
    i don't think it has anything to do with a weather broadcaster on tv.
    weather changes. snow, rain, sun, clouds.
    people change.

    this song is about a girl who has changed, or changes alot, in my opinion.
    like, there's alot of symbolism used, weather girl being the main symbol.
    because the girl, the 'weather girl', changes, just like the weather. of has changed, just like the weather.
    she wants alot more than she can handle: an overachiever.
    erinnxosmileon January 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti think its about someone that everyone counts on to have information or an answer for them, like always being able to turn on the weather channel and have someone telling you the forecast, and when that person is gone you miss having that security.
    SubRosaTriadon September 23, 2008   Link
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    General Commentto clear up the thing about a friendship, or it being about a boy and a girl, I think you should know that Carah Faye from Shiny Toy Guns is a lesbian. By girlfriend she probably means an actual girlfriend.

    It's about someone who is trying to become well-known and infamous, but she ends up losing everything she had in the first place.

    "You're an uptown
    Falling down
    West end girl
    Trying to see yourself
    Running in a
    Number one
    Shoot 'em up
    Race to edge of the world (to the edge of the world)"
    She's trying to see herself up there with the stars and other important people, and she's working hard.

    "Come and follow you
    Follow down to excess
    Return to righteousness
    Dancing late at night
    Hunting high and low"
    there's an expression popular among club kids about excess being the path to righteousness. As many of the 80's club kids learned, that really isn't true. It's a very destructive path. the thing about dancing is probably referring to becoming a stripper or a dancer, which is what most women in hollywood start out doing.

    "With your pretty pink bow
    Weather girl, where did you go?"
    They don't know what happened to her. She isn't the same since she became immersed in the sleazy hollywood scene. They don't know what happened to the girl they loved, because she changed.
    sei-kun2061on October 27, 2009   Link

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