You stand apart with the sinking sunlight.
I just came to watch you smile.
You work so hard that you don't knowwhat it's like to be sure.

It's gonna work out anyway.
It's gonna work out anyway.

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The Loom song meanings
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    General CommentThis whole album, but especially this song makes me daydream about running through an empty city at night. Like being trapped in a strangely artificial world, all the flourescent glowing lights and buildings, but not a single human being anywhere. It's a strange fantasy and not specifically one that makes me feel good per se. The album title "Hex" makes me imagine I am cursed in some way to wander this city alone, all of the sparkling lights like the magic of a spell creating the empty city around me.
    paranoid schizoidon March 18, 2008   Link
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    General CommentTo me I feel like this whole album conveys the feeling of leaving a sentimental area, like a childhood town, or school, and then returning grown up and everybody you grew up with is still there, but they've grown too. And it's just catching up with them in that magical movie kind of way....idk, i'm weird.
    Theoogabearon July 23, 2010   Link
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    General Commentwow, that comment i posted last year was a completely different me. this meaning, this whole album, is drenched in losing a true love and dealing with the emotions that follow. to me this song is about still caring about a loved one, even if they broke their heart, "you work so hard, but you don't know what it's like to be so sure". anyone who dates a woman knows how indecisive they can be. how lost they can get themselves. a weak man hates this about them. a real man will look at this trait with a kind of admiration and even love them for it.
    Theoogabearon October 20, 2011   Link

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