"Weathervanes (In the Way)" as written by and Adam Wilson/freybe-smith Kittredge....
Buildings scrape at the skyline
Cranes spin round like weathervanes
You and I shrug our shoulders
Who are we to complain

If we make that something
To replace that something
Don't it just stand up there
In the way

Easy ways to remember
You and I keep the pace
Photographs fall off magnets
Worn out pages using space

When we take that something
To escape that something
Don't it just end up there
In the way

If we make this one thing
To replace that something
Will it make that something
Meaningless

I remember the road and the destination
(Running down to the edge of the sea)
You said you'd look for all the places your love went

When we take that something
Rearrange that something
Don't it just stand up there
In the way

If we make this one thing
To replace that something
Don't it just stand up
In the way


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"Weathervanes (In the Way)" as written by Antonia Alana Freybe-smith Adam Wilson Kittredge

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    My InterpretationThis song is near and dear to my heart. What it means to me is that two lovers from a small town moved to a large city and it is all new to them, maybe they moved there for finanical success. But in the end nothing else matters but their love for one another. I have a woman in my life that I have felt the same way about for 25 years but we have recently been reunited. We are currently struggling with distance and the fact that I am going through a divorce but. Nothing in this world, no matter how far the distance between us, or even death, nothing will ever stand in the way of how much I love her. I have told her this time and time again but she still doesn't seem to understand how much or how far I would go just to have her.
    jtbl1985on August 12, 2010   Link

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