"Fog" as written by and Brian Konicek Samuel Fineberg....
My horoscope, said "pack your bags"
Running low on hope, I can't get back
Made a hole in my head, then forgot why i did, you're all gone.
Made a run for a gate, but there's laws in this state, you're all gone.

I tried to warn you, but you were out of your head
I tried to hold you back.
I tried to warn you, but you were out of your head

I'll meet you in the fog again
and between you and i we can
make some sense of this
drank the dirt, ate the sand,
tried to get full on whatever i had on hand

I found a crystal ball, but I lost it.
I bought a tea leaf to find out where you are
but i drank it
only seer i could find
told me lies, told me you were just fine
burned her place to the ground
i'm regretting it now
that ain't ever right.

I tried to warn you, but you were out of your head
I tried to hold you back.
I tried to warn you, but you were out of your head


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"Fog" as written by Jonathan Visger Brian Konicek

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    General Commenton the rocks of a relationship?

    great song =]
    di_anne_fpon October 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentTo me, Fog is a name for memories. He has lost someone important, and now they only exist in his mind.

    With:
    "i'll meet you in the fog again
    and between you and i we can
    make some sense of this"

    He is talking about rethinking moments they spent together, or even coming up with a new conversation that gives him closure on why they had to part. Unfortunately, this conversation will never really happen, so he imagines it repeatedly.

    Like most people, I automatically assume its about a relationship, since everyone has felt like this about someone before. But the lyrics hint more towards a friend that committed suicide-

    "I tried to warn you, but you were out of your head
    I tried to hold you back.
    I tried to warn you, but you were out of your head"

    He feels guilt over not being able to prevent this persons death. Also, considering all the ways he tried to get information (the tealeaf, crystal ball, and a gypsy), he believes in a sort of afterlife. The gypsy hinted that they will never see eachother again, which triggered his anger.

    Since he admits it was wrong to burn down the woman's house, we are led to believe our singer might be on the road to recovery. :D
    Foomon July 30, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningI'm going to take a stab at this song.

    I feel like it's a relationship that's falling apart. And sometimes, one of them will run away from each other, or make a mistake, which just makes it all worse.

    "I found a crystal ball, but I lost it.
    I bought a tea leaf to find out where you are
    but i drank it
    only seer i could find
    told me lies, told me you were just fine
    burned her place to the ground
    i'm regretting it now
    that ain't ever right."

    He might not even understand why the relationship is falling apart, and wants to work it out, thus the line "i'll meet you in the fog again, and between you and i we can make some sense of this".
    But there's also that word "fog" which is sort of a metaphor for something not being clear.
    So maybe he's just losing hope in the relationship, and just assuming that even if they try to work it all out, it'll never be fixed.
    dreamersbelongon January 12, 2009   Link

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