"Giants" as written by Joe Mazzola, Jimmy Paluzzi, Mark P Dombroski, Timothy Rygiel and Michael John Rygiel....
Do you think she'll notice
That I'm a wreck again
Do you think she'd notice
That I've lost a new pair
Of boots
Do you think she'll notice
How I felt in bed again

I guess it's nothing new
'Cause nobody's listening
It's like giants falling
Down

Do you think I noticed
That she came in late
Again
Do you think I noticed
She's wearing a new
Perfume
Do you think I noticed
How she wore her hair
Today

She said it's nothing new
'Cause nobody's listening
It's like giants falling
Down



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"Giants" as written by Timothy Cross Michael Cross

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Peermusic Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group

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    Song MeaningSponge's first album is a beautiful masterpiece, and this song is one of the most beautiful songs therein. I can't believe this hasn't been commented on yet, so I thought I would take a crack at its meaning.

    Firstly, it sounds obvious to me (correct me if I'm wrong) that he says "nobody's losin'" and not "nobody's listening"

    To me it seems pretty straight-forward that this is about a man who's girl is cheating on him, hence the lines:

    Do you think I noticed
    That she came in late
    Again
    Do you think I noticed
    She's wearing a new
    Perfume
    Do you think I noticed
    How she wore her hair
    Today

    As for "nobody's losin'" I'm not sure how that fits in. Anyone else know more about this song or insight into its meaning?
    VylePhinderon January 08, 2014   Link

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