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Truth from vision

In the highest of rooms
In the tallest of buildings
I said I'm comfortably
On an uncomfortable seat
And the corner office is not my home
Because the city and the people
All make me feel alone

And the corner office is not my home
And the corner office is not my home
Yeah, the corner office is not my home


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    General Commentit's "i sit uncomfortably"
    this is such a good song, i have no idea what it's about.
    maybe when he went to LA for his record deal/recording?
    "highest room of the tallest building"
    who knows. still brilliant.
    dulciepooon March 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song is sooooooooooo cute! i love it soooo much!
    and i love how in his cd Texas he uses the beats and catchy melodies! ahhh

    i think this song is about how he doesn't want to be stuck in a tight-spaced office like everyone who turns old and has to find a job!
    DEARJO.on March 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentHa, I know these are 2 totally different bands but this song reminds me of "For The Workforce, Drowning" by Thursday.
    hearingvoicesxxon August 10, 2008   Link
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    My Interpretation Well the phrase "Corner Office" refers to a place where a high ranking employee would get his office so, I think along with literally saying he doesn't want a normal desk job he also saying that he doesn't want power or to have to decide peoples fates.
    This uncomfortable seat where he sits uncomfortable might be relating to an instance where he had to judge someone and everyone around him disagreed with his decision, "and the people, all make me feel alone."
    I think the lines "The corner office is not my home" is his way of saying he's not going to judge.
    songguruon October 22, 2011   Link

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