"With You, Friends (Long Drive)" as written by and Sonny Moore....
Please tell my lover I'm down on my knees,
And I really really miss you

Oh, I love you (You, you, you)

All I love, all my love.

(All my love)

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"With You, Friends (Long Drive)" as written by Sonny Moore

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    Lyric CorrectionIt sounds like he's talking about his relationship with his biological mother.
    I believe he was adopted so the sense of longing in the lyrics would make sense.

    "Please tell my mother I'm re-re-ready, and I really, really miss you
    Oh, I love you (you, you, you)
    All I love, all my love
    (All my love)"

    I've read somewhere that the lyrics are "Please tell my mother I'm down on my knees"

    donyonon May 31, 2011   Link
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    General Comment(All my love)

    We fell in love with our gravity
    And I really miss you
    All my love, you, you, you
    I, I love you

    We fell in love with our gravity
    And I really miss you
    I love, I love you, you, you
    I, I love you

    Could also say 'Mom I love you, you, you' or 'Oh my love, you, you, you'
    themuzon January 02, 2012   Link
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    General CommentA lot of the lyrics are actually just the "All My Looove~" clip played backwards at different speeds one after the other. I think the rest are just random clips of voices spliced together so that they don't even really say anything.
    FlyinSparxon March 19, 2013   Link
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    Song MeaningThis song is simply about missing somebody you love very much and having to say goodbye to that person.
    crhineon July 03, 2013   Link
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    Song Meaningwell this is what he said in a video before he played the song

    "My name is Skrillex, you guys are my best fucking fans in the world man. I love you all from the bottom of my heart. I’m a musician and I love making music and I’m just a normal person just like you guys. So if you’re a musician, or a writer, or a singer, or a poet, or whatever the fuck you wanna do alright, fuck what anyone says man, because I’m just like you and I love you from the bottom of my heart. Thank you New York City. Put your hands up!

    …and if there’s anybody in this world that tells you can’t fucking do it man, fuck ‘em all, because you can do it!

    This song is dedicated to you, from the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU!”
    monkeyslut317on May 09, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationI don't agree with these lyrics, except the final, speaking part. Instead, I think that Sonny's trying to convey emotion through vocals, and not words. It works beautifully, as I get the impression that there's an underlying longing and sadness to this song.
    In the middle of the song, we hear one word uttered three times, "you". I believe that this is Sonny simply expressing his emotion for someone else. It could be an unrequited relationship, a family member, a friend, or someone who's passed away.
    At the end, I can only assume that the words were put in as a thank you to his fans, or as a minor joke.
    SamuelLeumason July 31, 2014   Link
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    General CommentWell, pretty sure the lyrics are way off. But I'm thinking the song is about how he loves his fans and loves performing for them. The first line of the song is actually "We fell in love with gravity". I think he's saying we all fell in love with bass drops. And because of this, he was able to create a life in music.

    I get the feeling that he really believes in music where as some "artists" really believe in making money. And it's his huge belief in his own music and the fact that his fans love his music that results in his strong connection to his fans.

    The title even suggests that he possibly had a great show and then on the long drive home that's all he could think about...was how great his fans were. Thus creating the inspiration to write this song. It's all speculation obviously.
    BIGFONTSAVANTon July 08, 2015   Link
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    General CommentI don't really hear the lyrics in the first part except for the "I love you" parts. I really like this song.
    Especially the last 20 seconds or so.
    The_Boogeymanon May 18, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI believe the words originally spoken were "Please tell me lover, I'm down on my knees, and I really miss you, I love you (you you you), all of my... All of my all of my love...", but the point of them is as another instrument, raw emotion, for the listener to apply meaning to. The fact they resemble words is a testament to the fine-tuning of the artist, and the fact that so many people have so many different versions are further testament.

    Given the lyrics I'm posting:

    I just watched episode 13 of Angel Beats, and then listened to this song. With "long drive" being a euphemism for a long distance relationship, and the content of that episode, the song is firmly cemented in my heart for an eternity, and whatever comes after.
    Asdayon July 05, 2011   Link
  • -1
    General CommentI hear it as:

    Please tell my mother I'm down on my knees and I really really miss you, mom I love you, all my love.
    Crane42on November 07, 2011   Link

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