on a thursday, on the 110
i felt the fever rise again.
the weatherman east of here predicted rain.
i hammered the words into my brain.
you were all i ever needed to get by.

on the long island expressway,
about 4 AM on a thursday,
humidity like i'd never seen before,
and you sleeping like a baby, i could hear the engine roar.
somewhere high up abvoe us in the new york sky,
where time means less than nothing, and no one ever dies,
someone knew you were all there was worth needing.


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November Love Song song meanings
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    Song MeaningGod this song is lovely.

    I suspect it's very blunt in its meaning. The narrator felt odd one morning, just off. And he found out it was going to be bad weather and he fell into some sort of trance just rethinking the weather. As he beat the words into his mind, he recalled his love, who was all he "needed to get by". During all of this, he is driving his favorite person (the love interest) around and he had one of those rare moments when you believe in some sort of higher existence because never could something be more beautiful than that person that was with you at that exact moment and it was impossible to have that person not be created by some sort of cosmic power. It's one of those moments when there just HAS to be a god because the world just seems too powerful, too mysterious, too strange for just science.
    underwaterzombieon May 05, 2009   Link

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