Sea Anenome

Album: Orange Rhyming Dictionary (1998)
  • This song is about a breakup. It's about a guy who thinks he could never live up to his girlfriend's view of him, and he feels as though it is his fault she broke it off. He tries to take some time alone by himself, but it doesn't help. He thinks of suicide, but he only thinks about it. He really wants to get back with his ex but she is just out of reach. The guy feels lousy and wants to just whither away. He realizes he needs to start his life over and get on with the first day of the rest of his life. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Trey J - Alpine, TX
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