"You're On My Mind" as written by and Andrew Phillips Michael David Rosenberg....
Pointless sighs and lonely nights
Bottomless loves and phony heights

There's a hole in my story
There's a hole in my heart
And this storyteller is falling apart

Feeling neglected, I let go of myself
It's unexpected, but I'm going home by myself
Tears are welling in the pits of my eyes
You're on my mind
You're on my mind
You're on my mind

Pointless sighs and lonely nights
Hope inside us taking flight

There's a hole in my story
There's a hole in my shoe
And this storyteller is coming unglued

Feeling neglected, I let go of myself
It's unexpected, but I'm going home by myself
Tears are welling in the pits of my eyes
You're on my mind
You're on my mind
You're on my mind
You're on my mind

Feeling neglected, I let go of myself
It's unexpected, but I'm going home by myself
Tears are welling in the pits of my eyes
You're on my mind
You're on my mind
You're on my mind
You're on my mind


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"You're on My Mind." as written by Michael David Rosenberg Andrew Phillips

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    My InterpretationTo me, this song is about one of two things.

    1. I can see this being about someone in a long distance relationship who is struggling to cope with not seeing their loved one, and their loved one is always on their mind. He hopes that he'll get through it and they'll see each other again soon, 'Hope inside us taking flight.' But he feels alone and hopeless, and he's letting go of himself.

    2. He's broken up with someone, and he's struggling to get over it, even thought he's trying to find new people. 'It's unexpected, but I'm going home by myself.' To me, that means he was expecting to find someone new but he's going home by himself because he can't face seeing other people while he still loves who he's broken up with.

    Just my interpretation though.
    HutcherJayon August 26, 2014   Link

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