"Between you and me,
'Cuz I don't care..."
Personally, this song makes me think of a guy who really loves his girl,
but she doesn't want it anymore. He tries to convince he, but when it's
obvious it won't work, he acts like it didn't matter, even though he's
"I'm only pretty sure,
that I can't take anymore..."
He's obviously mad..
"When I say out loud,
I wanna get out of this,
Is there anything I'm gonna miss."
But then he considers the thought of his days without her, without
spending time with her.
"I don't see lightning like last fall,
when it was always
about to hit me."
He misses the arguments they had. Even if they were worth nothing, it
was still something they shared...
In this song, I think he is angry at an ex-girlfriend for dumping him,
so he acts like she should be asking herself "how's it gonna be." But
during the bridge of the song, he expresses that he really misses her.
So really he is hurt and he's using anger to mask the pain.
"I wanna taste the salt on your skin....The soft dive of oblivion" is about him having sex with her!!!
Name: Josh Vest
Its obvious that the song is about wondering how everything's gonna be when your not with "that special someone" anymore like in my life when i'm on the verge of breaking up with someone i always ask them "how's it gonna be?" you know when for instance she wont have me anymore she'll just have memories and is that truly what she wants. for example: "the hammock by the doorway we spent time in swings empty"- he's saying, what we once had we'll never have again ,its all a memory now.
"i wanna taste the salt of you your skin, the soft dive of oblivion"-again a memory but the he's saying is now at that point where all is forgotten in oblivion. so that's my theory
Email: somethinggood18 (AIM)
"Wanna get myself back in again, the, soft dive of oblivion..." When he
writes lyrics like this, he usually has double meanings. It may be
about "sex" as Lindsay said, but I think it especially means that he
wants to experience the feelings of love that he initially felt at the
start of the relationship, unknowing of what special feelings are to
come about and how it is all going to end. The truly innocent feeling
of a start. The "soft dive of oblivion".
Name: Cass McCracken
It's obviously about rethinking about your friendship with your best