I was saving money for 200 days.
I thought of how to spend it, I had 59 ways.
But I spent it all
on a telephone to call you.

My wallet emptied out, so I checked the house.
Not even a quarter hid inside my couch.
So, I went downtown,
and I started to lose my mind!
It happened once a week.
Oh man, it happened all the time.

Well, I saw your name.
I saw your name.

Visited my parents during summer break,
my mom gave me the biggest slice of birthday cake.
She said, "Son, get your life
moving on a forward track."
So, I marched upstairs
and my sister helped me pack.

Well, I saw your name.
I saw your name.

It's never enough. No, no, it's never enough. I thought it was too tough, but it's really not that tough. I'll make it work by myself, I'll have perfect health. I'll call once a week, I'll stand up straight when I speak. But all I want is to hear you say:

I love when you're around,
you are the only girl in town!
We can take the bus downtown!
What was lost, has now been found.


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200 Days, 59 Ways song meanings
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