Hey little girl, where's your man
He's always on the phone
Making deals and selling all his ideas
Would you agree that he's worth it
Can you say exactly what you'd pay

He's unavailable to you now
He's unavailable to you now

Hey little girl, where's your man
He's always just out of reach
And didn't his assistant say
I'm sorry, but who are you
He's stepping out for a while

He's unavailable to you now
He's unavailable to you now

I don't know, baby, if I can
Provide like he do
But I do know one thing's for sure
I'll be around while you wait
While he's shooting off his mouth

He's unavailable to you now
He's unavailable to you now


Lyrics submitted by artslut, edited by AliceInWonder, Contaminator

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    General CommentThis is another great Quever song. I think the meaning is obvious enough, so I won't comment much on it except to say it's profound in its straightforward simplicity.

    But, a lyric is wrong. It's not, "And didn't miss the sentences," which would make no sense.

    After rewinding a few times, I'm pretty sure it's:

    "And didn't Miss, THE SYSTEM SAY
    I'm sorry, but who are you
    He's stepped out for a while.
    He's unavailable to you now

    I think, in this verse, the girl, who would probably like to believe she is important in this man's life, is calling him at work. Not only can she not get him on the line at work but his secretary or whomever answers the phones (the "system") does not even know who she is, which only demonstrates his unavailability because apparently (if you read between the lines) this girl is so unimportant to him that he doesn't ever even mention her among his coworkers.
    joeglobalon July 11, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningThis is it. This song right here.
    kidmehon December 24, 2010   Link

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