"the glad fact" as written by and David Longstreth....
Well here I go again
Well here I go again
Here I go again

Well here I go again
Well here I go again
Here I go again

Now I'm into the season of summer
Tired and not really feeling
And I am like the begrudgingly awakened
For me the sun is here to spy

And all my attempts at living
Just like all of my feelings for girls
Since you
Have been faint-hearted
And ambivalent
Paralyzing

But here I go again
Well here I go again
Here I go again

Well here I go again
Well here I go again
Here I go again


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"The Glad Fact" as written by David Longstreth

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    General CommentThe line after "and I am like the begrudgingly awakened" is "for whom the sun is here to spite".
    doublavooon April 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe line after "and I am like the begrudgingly awakened" is "for whom the sun is here to spite".
    doublavooon April 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentNow I enter the season of Summer*
    gabe684on April 16, 2011   Link
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    My InterpretationA fairly straightforward and (in my opinion beautiful) sentiment. It's a song about dilute motivation and dulled senses, wrapped up best by the word 'ambivalence' in Longstreth's words, and how despite your own (seeming) desires and drives, it can be a restricting feeling. Being stifled & suppressed despite clear direction and energy. This conflicting feeling leads to 'going again,' as if it's an endless cycle, and even trying to break said ambivalence is another 'faint-hearted' attempt in itself. 'Feelings for girls' lines drives home the desensitization piece a bit further.

    Moreover, I like that the word 'Paralyzing' is sung so fervently and desperately, that and of course the choruses. Further illustrates the motif of having latent energy, having real desire, but having it be suppressed. "Here we go again..."
    Jezroon January 04, 2016   Link

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