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I want you all the time, not just some of the time like your other friends. I want you all of the time, not just sometimes at a bar or maybe a shopping trip to a supermarket. There's so many bright lights on the car. I want you to think of me when you have a bad dream. I want you to remember me when you hear a bird sing. I want you to be my everything. There's so many bright lights in the car, on the car that I don't understand, I don't understand at all. I want you to pick up when I call.
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I think much like another song “Anti-Matter” (that's also on the same album as this song), this one is also is inspired by a horrifying van crash the band experienced on Nov 3, 2022. This, much like the other track, sounds like it's an extension what they shared while huddled in the wreckage, as they helped frontman Garrett Russell stem the bleeding from his head wound while he was under the temporary effects of a concussion. The track speaks of where the mind goes at the most desperate & desolate of times, when it just about slips away to all but disconnect itself, and the aftermath.
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Yo La Tengo
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This is a sequel to 2001's "Reckless Abandon", and features the band looking back on their clumsy youth fondly.