"Through Toledo" as written by and Laswell....
Another humdrum gray day
I wonder if this rain passed Toledo
And if so I hope it left a sunny day through your
Window
I can't make shape or form
Of this new emotion

I need a drive up San Fransisco bay
I'd write this song on the way
I'm not sure I belong here anyway
She thinks that I've already gone away

Another hum drum gray day
Maybe I'll head out for a movie
The day is always so bright
After a matinee
Wouldn't you say?

I need a drive up San Fransisco bay
I'd write this song on the way
I'm not sure I belong here anyway
She thinks that I've already gone away

Yeah I figure one day I'll snap out of this
Yeah one day soon I'll pull my head down out of
Outer-space
Yeah I figure one day I'll snap out of this
Yeah one day soon I'll take that drive out


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    General CommentI love this song. I think it's my favourite of his. It seems to be all about being introspective and perhaps thinking about the end of a relationship. I love the "I figure one day soon I'll snap out of this...pull my head down out of space...etc" verse.
    bubblinaon July 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about getting out of some kind of funk - whether it be a bad relationship or just a time in your life. Like the lines "I need a drive up San Francisco bay...I'm not sure I belong here anyway"...I think they're just talking about taking a break from reality. My favorite part is the whole "I figure one day I'll snap out of this." That part's like the little bit of hope in the song, and that's what makes this song so brilliant.
    nwc13on May 04, 2010   Link

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