Life is simple. Life is sweet.
Oh, so saddle up and go.
Little cowgirl, in the underground,
she talks to people she doesn't know.
Oh, people on the train to Eden
The circus girl, after all the rodeos,
she settles down alone.
She planted flowers in her basement
so she has a little color when the sky runs low.
Chorus:
She likes the weather today
She said "It's raining in my head"
All of the flowers I've raised
Come up a little cloudy
Life is bitter. Life is cheap.
The cowgirl settles down alone.
Yeah, ten years out of Eden now
She's got a little garden of her very own. step right up .. step right up
All the circus fires are gone
and the basement lights are on
You know that all she really wants
is just one flower clear of color in
a garden in a room of her own
She likes the weather today
she said "It's raining in my head.
All of the flowers I've raised come up a little cloudy"
hey hey hey hey
"Let's go down to the undergound" she says "I wanna shake shake shake shake shake my blades" "All of a sudden" she says "i feel a little lonely."


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    General CommentHmm... no one has commented on this cc song? Well, I believe it's about a girl who's been the "strong independent" type for so long that she's just been out doing her own thing but is starting to yearn for a simpler and more "homey" life. She's been out creating a show for so long, with the circus and cowboys... but now the cowgirl settles down alone- a cowgirl who's been out "wrangling men" and now she's ready to settle down but wonders if there's anyone left to settle down with now that she has a little garden of her own after 10 years out of Eden. I take these lines to mean that after 10 years of sleeping with men (10 years out of Eden or 10 years after being "exiled" from the view of being holy and pure by a "decent" man, all while everyone is going back to "Eden" or trying to get back to living a "good life," they pass her on the "train" as she's settling down alone), she's now looking back at the "garden" of her own of men she's slept with (perhaps a few one-night-stands after the first lines about the cowgirl talking to people that she doesn't know) and really just wants one flower clear of color- or a man who has no baggage- for herself. But due to her own garden she now wonders if it's even possible to find this man "clear of color." Her reason for liking the weather today is because it's "raining in her head" or she's at least able to overlook her past transgressions due to the messiness of other things she's thinking about.
    lmac5on September 21, 2009   Link

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