I'm driving around your home town with all four windows down,
I’ve been watching the odometer and thinking about geography
and the couple thousand miles of barren country constantly dividing you and me.

Or hiding out in the basement where we used to make out
And constantly complain about the circumstances we found ourselves in
when we were just two kids both just too proud to admit
just how fortunate we were to have come across each other.

Nothing’s made sense like that made sense since.
Nothing's made sense like that made sense since.
Nothing’s made sense like that made sense since.
Nothing's made sense like that made sense since.

And so now it’s waiting around for letters in the post
(Nothing's made sense like that made sense since.)
And photos that tell tales of all your travels and of a distant coast
(Nothing's made sense like that made sense since.)
It includes a scoop of sand to sift through my weathered hands
(Nothing's made sense like that made sense since.)
Just like all the time we spent and the time we took for granted.


Lyrics submitted by remembermaine, edited by fallininslowmo

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    My Interpretationpretty clear that this is about a girlfriend who went far away for a bit. Nothing has made sense since she's been gone. The last verse pretty much sums up how he's waiting for letters from her about how her trip is going and how he wishes he enjoyed her presence more when she was there
    b3hron February 05, 2015   Link

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