Most Recent Song Thoughts
1 hour ago
A man cheating etc in a romantic relationship and being called out for it. Caught in the act or she had facts to back it up so there's no use for him to pretend she's wrong. He can't disguise it because she knows the truth and can see through his lies. it's her bad luck to have fallen in love with him. He feels bad about it and wants to make it good for her salvage the relationship if possible. she wore him out like an old winter coat from all the fighting and yelling and mistrust etc .He wants to be saved from the cold, all her actions Yelling fighting putting him down etc. He still loves her and respects her deeply so when it's his time to throw the next stone instead of fighting, bad mouthing her and causing a further rift in the relationship he calls her beautiful if he calls at all. She calls him a dog tells him he and his friends are lowlifes and viscous animals like badgers and wolfs. She through him out kicked him out because he went searching for the American dream and riches to maintaining their relationship. In the end he never got the riches just a hand full of coal zip zilch nada. So when it's his time to call her bluff he calls her beautiful or leaves it alone. She still calls him a dog and that's fare enough to him it doesn't bother him as long as she knows. That bad luck will follow her if she keeps him on a leash and drags him along. Shes blowing hot and cold saying that they might work it out one minute then saying the relationship is over the next etc. Leaving him in limbo with mixed signals not giving him a yes or no answer about their relationship. He calls her beautiful tells her he loves her and wants her back romantically or he will leave it alone and walk away no friend zone love or nothing. And yet again she calls him a dog she's not over his indiscretions but she still loves him and still can't make up her mind to stay or go yet.
15 hours ago
My interpretation of "Low" is that the song is about the struggle of heroin addiction. Not only do lyrics in the song point to this conclusion, but the time it was written (1994) In the early and mid 90's heroin was big in the rock and grunge scene. "Don't you wanna go Down?" The lyrics reference poppies, aka poppie plants, which is the plant that heroin is made from.
1 day ago
I think this is a very cool song. I always wondered about the meaning but with Dylan you never know for sure. Like the little neighbor boy at the end of this song who smiles and says "nothing is revealed"; classic Bob. My take is that its a parable about the importance of giving of yourself and the struggle Dylan has to reconcile being "good" with the temptations of the world, like the house he is led to with "4 and 20 windows, and a woman's face in every one."
6 days ago
I think this is a song that a guy is singing about a girl he used to be with and love, and conitnues to love. He accepted her for all that she was and wanted to be with her, but she dodn't take him to be worth her while, maybe used him for a bit in a selfish way. And now, he's heard about her , her ambitions and achievements. He nows that these won't last and so he tells her that he'l be around for her when she's done.
1 week ago
"Your Story" is a truly inspiring song. Love the lyrics! Each line of the lyrics of very motivational and inspiring. Marie Helen is a fantastic songwriter and this song in my opinion highlights her signature style of positive and inspiring lyrics filled with deep thoughts.