Don't try and sound right, just hope your honest
Trust you'll end up somewhere
That girl that made you promise
she says "try not to care"
I don't know if I'm good, and everyone knows it
You ever feel you were meant to be alone?
Because I saw a play and and a character said
that he was destined to never feel at home
Don't go tonight, I'm looking for salt in a snow globe
Because what I had is slipping fast.
Dr. Howe, Please call back
I'm not sleeping in, I don't care
I'm singing loud but no one hears
I'll wake up tomorrow and still feel wrong for these days
What I had is slipping fast
Dr. Howe Please call me back.
What good am I to anyone like this?
It's been a hard couple months I'll admit
After tonight I'm not so convinced that I'm wrong
I feel at ease with my lows, and I'll take it.
Lord knows I'll take it.
Tonight they're explainable, far from extraneous.
Always expectant
I seldom discover or turn flaws into questions.
Great questions of the times.
I guess I'm an artist who's confines brought him luck choked by second guessing
I know that's not enough.


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    My InterpretationThis song is about a being depresed and being depresed for a long time. about "that girl that made you promise to try not to care" try not to care about the things that are making you depressed. this guy thinks he will be lonely forever and I would asume he probobly likes this girl and her saying that would make him even more depressed. this person is looking all over for a way to feel better but does not find it so he settles for "I feel at ease with my lows, and I'll take it. Lord knows I'll take it." His music has taken off and his band is doing well but that is not helping with his depresion.

    He is so depresed that he has called Dr. Howe for help....I would asume for some type of anti depresent.
    kamehamehaaaaon October 23, 2010   Link

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