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The song is not about any of Pete's ex girlfriends. The one you're referring to is Jeanae, but the song is not about her.
Peter moved to LA in 2005, this song was written in 2002 realeased in 2003, so therefore it has nothing to do with LA.
It is correct that the chorus of the song is about the band members missing home when they are on tour.
However, the verse, pre-chorus, and outro is mainly about broken up and jilted lovers. Simple as that.
You guys need to realize that songs can have multiple themes, and major and minor themes.
oh and in the line, "my heart is on my sleeve" they mean they were completely honest to the person about their feelings.
does this sound like song abput your family
"cause every pane of glass that your pebbles tap negates the pains i went through to avoid you
and every little pat on the shoulder for attention fails to mention i still hate you"
"you want apologies
girl, you might hold your breath
until your breathing stops forever, forever
(...every pane of glass) the only thing you'll get
is this curse on your lips:
(every pane of) i hope they taste of me forever"
"with every breath i wish your body will be broken again, again" i mean hello read the lyrics so you will know what the song is about
by the way the first comment by anne is right thats what this song i about
sounds more like a jilted lover to me.
from what i can tell, the guy has been hurt badly by this girl. but it also seems like he STILL wants to come home to her.
awesome song either way. <3