Won't be back again,
I know
I feel beside you fall through me
These rooms, these halls,
Got a lot of memories,
And the way I see things,
Don't do a damn for me.
Through the front door,
I see the light of our room.
I've been wrong before,
But I've been right enough too.
Still I won't be back no more
I'm gonna drive and undo
These thoughts I'm free of the need to be free.
Won't be back again,
I know
Won't be back again
I know
I know


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    General CommentThis is the best song on Tight Knit imo (maybe just cause i feel like i relate to it the most)

    "Won't be back again, I know
    I feel beside you fall through me
    These rooms, these halls,
    Got a lot of memories,
    And the way I see things,
    Don't do a damn for me.
    Through the front door,
    I see the light of our room."

    To me, I feel like he is saying that he knows his girl wont be back again and its very hard for him to deal with this. He's dealing with a lot of memories and feelings of his ex-lover.

    "I've been wrong before,
    But I've been right enough too.
    Still I won't be back no more"

    I feel like this is a different point in the song is at a different stage in his life/getting over this girl. He knows that he has made mistakes but she made the ultimate one of leaving him. he finally his starting to realize that his life can be better w/o her.

    "I'm gonna drive and undo
    These thoughts I'm free of the need to be free.
    Won't be back again,
    I know
    Won't be back again
    I know
    I know"

    What I love about this song is to me it seems like at the beginning he is talking about the girl not being back again but at the end it is about him. Its funny when you find songs like this that you think are written for you but I love it.


    michaelscarnon September 13, 2009   Link

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