If I believed everything that you said,
Then I'd never go outside.
And if you completely showed yourself to me,
Then I'd never go outside.
Fine day if you're not me.
Fine day to sleep.
If the sun came and it wouldn't go away,
Then I'd never go outside.
I've got no time for your Sunday afternoons,
And I'll never go outside.
Fine day...






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    "Fine day if you're not me. Fine day to sleep." thats definatly depression not so sure what this one is really about besides the depression. definatly is partly about a girl too

    good song, gotta love old jawbreaker

    maybeilllcatchfireon March 16, 2003   Link
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    This song sure is depressing.

    I feel that the song deals with the inability to accept the reality in the actions of others that makes us not want to face anything else that comes our way. I know I've definitely felt like dealing with things that way, but like Blake says, "If I believe....if you completely," so basically it's all just predictions. I know that in my case, I'm still finding myself outside regardless of how much I've seen in people who I hold close to me, yet there's always that feeling that makes you want to not face up to certain things and be reclusive.

    TheGRBon April 27, 2003   Link

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