Recently, I found that my ex-girlfriend was not being honest about some things. This song is only good when it hits home I want to say that this song is about a guy crying out loud that his girlfriend committed so he love her still and missing her badly.
She had been wanting to date someone else, and a few days after Valentine's Day, we broke up. i like it cause sometimes it make me feel good that there still guys who feel fustrated because of a i thought guys as rough and hard hearted as i see them.ellaira mae--philippines Who knew it could be so easy to be famous.
It brings back alot of memories, and it has two versions, which is always fun. I was thinking about someone I loved and lost at the time. just the boyfriend's frustration at all that hair lying around.
It's about infidelity, simple as that, but Chris Carraba uses such original imagery and wording, that it's not just any song about cheating. When I first heard it, I was watching the video, and it seemed kind of weird... I also had a habit of cleaning my hairbrush, and leaving the hair on the counter. They played it alot on MTV2, and I never got sick of it. I'm sure your parents would like you to move out before your 40th birthday."He decides to become depressed over the issue"I'm sorry, but Chris didn't just DECIDE to be depressed.
What's lame is that you guys all seem to have the time to sit there in your mom's basement and talk about how much this music sucks. Sometimes, breakups are hard and it's just what happens. Also, please notice that his last name has two Rs and two Bs.
It's a very heartfelt song about a breakup, and all his emotions. This song is about a guy who finds his girlfriend cheating on him: "But you're not alone and you're not discreet.
Make sure I know Who's taking you home" Then he becomes extremely depressed, drinks, and reads love letters and notes that she wrote him: "I'm reading your note over again. Except when you signed it 'I will love you always and forever.'"He can't stop thinking of her and wants to try to get his mind off of her by making out with someone else: "I wish that I was anywhere, with anyone making out."Towards the end of the song, he finds her hair every where in his house, car, every where she's been with him: "your hair is everywhere"Lastly an infidelity literally means unfaithfulness to a sexual partner, especially a spouse.
Concluding, every times he sees a piece of her hair it seems to scream out to him about what she did.
Chris has always had access to the full band of Dashboard, but chose to record a lot of songs by himself.
In 2000, I remember there being the full band in Salt Lake down at bricks, so he's had it for a long time.
In 2002, Dashboard was just taking off, but didn't quite have enough songs to make a full, full set, so they used some of further seems forevers songs, the most notable example for me was New Year's Project.