"4 A.M. Conversation" as written by Caleb D Pepp, Alida Jo Marroni, Kevin Thomas Snider, Nicholas Dustin Coleman, Alan Scott Goffinski and Cody Edward Josephson....
I know I feel I should explain
A little better for your mind
To take the time and listen

It's just that I have heard it all before
I'm not in this to clarify certain situations
Surrounding thoughts of me and you
I know you're scared but I am too

Say I'm immature, that I hide behind a mask
(You know that I'm right)
I'd rather run away than give this love a chance

I'm doing the best, I'm doing the best that I can
No you're not, you're just like the rest
Just like the rest of them (rest of them)

When we first met I tried to enjoy this rush
(you never got the chance)
I'm so uncomfortable to let you in
When we first made love I knew that you were mine
(This isn't right)
What can we do to ruin what we've made?

You sat on the easy steal and I'm bitten raw with pride
(You know that I'm right)
You said I too often had to hold me by your side

I'm doing the best, I'm doing the best that I can
No you're not, you're just like the rest
Just like the rest of them (rest of them)

Maybe it's better just to wait
I'll be a man someday, but not right now
But not right now

I'm doing the best, I'm doing the best that I can
No you're not, you're just like the rest
Just like the rest of them( rest of them)


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    My InterpretationThis song sounds like its written about a sexual relationship (possibly a one night stand) with undertones of stronger feelings that have yet to be addressed. She's saying she is comfortable with the situation because she knew after they made love she has him, "bitten raw with pride".... "Too often had to hold me by your side", she understands that he's being promiscuous, runs away often and nobody is ever comfortable opening up with such high risks on their heart.

    If they dealt with it right away it would ruin it since he obviously isn't ready. In the song he tells that he is not mature enough to handle the love he feels and is probably afraid of messing it up with her. He's giving her as much as he can but she feels insecure about loosing him since they haven't clarified exactly what they are and are still engaging in the act of making love. Which is defiantly a rock and a hard place.....

    One day he's going to be able to love her but right now he's still a boy. Women mature faster than men :P

    Yet that is just my initial interpretation from hearing this song and being in a similar situation.
    parthenos7on March 24, 2009   Link

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