"You Won't B Here" as written by and Michael Hadreas....
That was all a lie
Pretended for you
It doesn't matter
Who you answer to
Your heart will break
Whatever you do
But you won't b here

You might not get
What you were promised
You might be hollow
After all of the deaths
But you are hurting
Everyone you touch
And they won't b here

They won't b here tomorrow
They won't b here tomorrow
They won't b here tomorrow
They won't b here tomorrow
They won't b here tomorrow

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"You Won't B Here" as written by Michael Hadreas

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    General Commentthat whistle was
    (intended for you)
    it doesn't matter
    (who you answer to)
    your heart will break
    (whatever you do)
    but you won't be here

    you might not get
    (what you were promised)
    you might be hollow
    (under all the dust)
    but you are hurting
    (everyone you touch)
    and they won't be here
    Coowon July 17, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI think the first line sounds like "that was always intended for you"
    Coowon August 02, 2010   Link
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    General Commentoh and it's definitely "under all the dust" instead of "after all the deaths"
    Coowon November 02, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationI think the song is about AIDS.

    The call of a stranger, in this cynical but still realistic view, leads to heartbreak
    but in this case:
    'but you won't be here tomorrow',
    the echoed vocals of 'tomorrow' suggesting an omniscience, an inevitable prophecy.

    Imbued, perhaps with rage and vengence, the victim denies themself empathy for others:
    'but you are hurting everyone you touch'.

    In this interpretation the song brings attention to the harsh reality of many AIDS victims, and provides a fable for the unlasting solace of revenge.
    Rhysicason April 02, 2013   Link

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