Dear, just one day, just another flight, just one more lonely night
Just one more crowd under the burning lights
(with some blood and mind to be paid)
To my friends, to my family
I tried to be the best man I could ever be
Tasted their failure on the entrance way
(with some blood and mind to be paid)
To my greatest of demons, I beat you


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    General Commentwhy's it called "minnesota"??
    tactforwiton September 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song seems to be some sort of last rites type thing.

    *Dear, just one day, just another flight, just one more lonely night*

    basicly he's telling his lover he's leaving and he wants to have one more night with her.

    *Just one more crowd under the burning lights
    (with some blood and mind to be paid)*

    to the people who come to his shows. He's aying he will miss their prescence.

    *To my friends, to my family
    I tried to be the best man I could ever be
    Tasted their failure on the entrance way
    (with some blood and mind to be paid)*

    he's telling his family he tried his best to be a good person and he's sorry for whatever he did that was bad.

    *To my greatest of demons, I beat you*

    despite the fact that he's leaving or dying or whatever, the song ends on a happy note because he's dying with no worries and fears (demons).
    jbandy10on April 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe song is about Ric Flair, the pro wrestler.
    allan138on September 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYea, he's from Minnesota and you can hear commentary from one of his matches in this song. I don't understand what Ric Flair has to do with anything, though. Why write a song about him? What are his "demons"? Any ideas?
    sxeanon July 10, 2008   Link

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