"Airport Tags" as written by Will Drummond, Nicholas James Wilson, Declan Xavier Melia and Matthew Vincent O'gorman....
Remember us?
We're the ones who made the party suck
Changed the music playing way too much
And then turned it off

And she was like there's no point to my entire life
Well that sounds so bad but feels alright
Maybe that's the point, don't relax we're not finished yet

But tonight everything's going to change
She's broken in every way
Wasted nights turn into wasted days
Tonight everything's going to chance

Airport tags, she was gone now she's coming back
I was worried but it's not that bad
Nothing much has changed

So hang yourself in the bedroom at you parent's house
Watch as all your best friends gather round
And you might feel loved
Tonight everything's going to change


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    General CommentNo COMMENTS?!
    This song is awesome,
    sosososos good,
    Best by British India.
    ashie__xon April 06, 2009   Link
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    General Commentso what does this song mean?
    Los_weekendon May 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentAs usual, this song reminds me of my previous relationship that ended a month ago. She left for a overseas working holiday for nearly a year. She decided that she doesn't want to be attached to me or anyone too close back home, so she broke up with me. We're young, I kind of expected it. Anyways my interpretation goes something like this:

    Remember us?
    We're the ones who made the party suck
    Changed the music playing way too much
    And then turned it off

    Remember us? We were so obsessed with each other we ditched our own friends just so we could be alone. We're the ones to made the party suck (ditched friends). Our friends always complained that we never did as much as we used to (Changed the music), and now the relationship is turned off.


    And she was like there's no point to my entire life
    Well that sounds so bad but feels alright
    Maybe that's the point, don't relax we're not finished yet

    She often felt as if she was a useless person, doing nothing with her life, outside of me. (So she organised this working holiday). She always felt bad because she was leaving me to go fulfil a dream of her own. Maybe that's the point, we can't relax as we are, I've let her go so she can fulfil this dream and hopefully she'll come back to me.


    But tonight everything's going to change
    She's broken in every way
    Wasted nights turn into wasted days
    Tonight everything's going to chance

    Everything has changed, we had an argument before she left and she didn't leave on the best terms with me. Feels like the time we spent in our relationship was a time wasted.


    Airport tags, she was gone now she's coming back
    I was worried but it's not that bad
    Nothing much has changed

    She's gone and she'll be coming back, just a few days ago she said that she was sorry for being a bitch about our argument and we are now on good terms. So nothing much has changed.


    So hang yourself in the bedroom at you parent's house
    Watch as all your best friends gather round
    And you might feel loved
    Tonight everything's going to change

    This doesn't suit in my interpretation at the end, it would have suited half way through the song. However if it were, she's detached herself from everyone at home, she didn't want any communication, not even with family. All of her friends were concerned as to why she is going this, detaching herself. Doing this will cause her to not feel much love from anyone.


    After everything though, the other day she has started to talk to everyone. She's realised that she needs everyone, so I'm actually going overseas on my own holiday towards the end of this year, but she wants to see me when I do so. :)

    Tonight everything is going to change.
    JAYclashon August 20, 2010   Link

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