I laid down last year, traded tobacco for new North-side air and filled up my lungs with our home. Here I go again. That's my problem with fear, always tossing and turning. Hung up on aging but letting my age start to show. I've let myself go again. Here I go again. Same by day, but at night I lie awake, left to imagine your evenings in more desirable states. You'll be left to guess why the house is a mess while I wait, impatiently irate! And asking: "Hi, hello, how are you? Do I know your name? Drained by day cause at night I lie awake with fate, because fate, fate's got the keys to this place. I laid down my thoughts, traded my steps for a new North-side waltz and paced through the rooms of our home, here I go again. Here I go again.


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    General CommentI think it's about trying to give up bad habits. The first one referenced is obviously smoking. The line "filled up my lungs with our home" is cool to me.

    I remember seeing a video where he played this song and he prefaced the song by saying it was about him thinking he'd gotten rid of a lot of bad habits in his life but then realized he was still dealing with them.
    bluecassetteon February 05, 2017   Link

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