Hello again, oblivion.
Can you find the frequency,
while the specters of her whisper?
Yeah, I guess you probably could,
if you were really any good.
You sold yourself a trove,
but then the dollar broke.

Hello again, oblivion.
But it's no good to complain
of fatigue and existential pain.

On a six-week solo drive,
while your friends work nine to five,
what really threw me off
is that all these years, I thought
I'd work it out.

Did you sing it like it is
'cause you really thought it'd pack 'em in?

'Cause your kids are growing up,
and you still don't make enough.

Hold on to what you've got,
Though it may not be a lot.

'Cause now is not the time for second thoughts...

You believe in it.
Now it's time to follow through.
You believe in it.
What does that say about you?

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Oblivion song meanings
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    My InterpretationI think it may be "on a six week SOLO drive", possibly referring to David's frequent solo house tour shows.
    NathanWestwoodon May 10, 2015   Link

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