he walks in the bedroom
and picks up the phone
he's singing to the beat of
the dialtone
if he could he would shrink down
to fit through these holes
in
rubber and plastic
that'd be fantastic
he'd crawl through these
phonelines
to castles or farms
or just across the stateline
and into your
arms
we'd learn to distinguish truth
from false alarms
and fade into
summer
like we were the months of the year

and we'll fall asleep
every
night so easily
like some kind of brand new disease
hey we got it but c'est
la vie
don't you wonder how villains sleep
every night so easily
if they can
do it baby so can we
just remember i'll be your breeze

oh well i feel like
myself
i finally feel like myself
honey don't you feel like yourself
feel
like yourself

cause i learned we all play
our part in this thing
we've all
got a song we were
put here to sing
it's less of a circle and more of a
ring
that keeps up together
like we were prize fighters
i'll be like that
heart that you cut out
and pinned on your sleeve
i thought i told you
that i
needed you
just to keep breathing


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    Song MeaningI think this song is about a long distance relationship: "If he could he would shrink down to fit through the holes... Into your arms" that he desperately wants to work, he just wants to be with her. "We'd learn to distinguish truth from false alarms" I think means they need to be together to seperate the truth from any rumours/ miscommunications between them. The line "And we'll fall asleep every night so easily" because they'll be together as opposed to having difficulty sleeping from being seperated. "C'est la vie" literally translates into 'That's life" - there's nothing we can do to change it... but, "I'll be your breeze". He'll be your breeze of fresh air whenever you need him. "I finally feel like myself, honey don't you feel like yourself?" - they're reunited and feel like a perfect puzzle that's finally put together. The line "I learned we all play our part in this thing, we've all got a song we were put here to sing" means the relationship works if they both put effort in, we're all here for a reason. "It's less of a circle and more of a ring" could mean that he's proposed with a ring (and as he's married, this could well be the case!) This relationship works because he'll "Be like that heart that you cut out and pinned on your sleeve" - a metaphor that she wears her heart on her sleeve and that she's honest and loving towards him. He tells her that he "needed you just to keep breathing." This could be taken that he needs her so he can survive.

    I can't believe nobody has commented on this! Andrew Belle is so underrated but is probably my favourite musician of all time, so I thought I'd write my interpretation!
    songaddicton May 06, 2013   Link

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