When I Come Around

I heard you crying loud all the way across town
Youve been searching for that someone
And its me out on the powl
As you sit around feeling sorry for yourself
Dont get lonely now
Dry your whining eyes
Im just roaming for the moment
Sleazin my backyard so dont get so uptight
You been thinking about ditching me

No time to search the world around
Cause you know where Ill be found
When I come around

I heard it all before
So dont knock down my door
Im a loser and a user so to slag me
Down because I know Im right
So go do what you like
Make sure you do it wise
You may find out that your self doubt
Means nothing was ever there

You cant go forcing something if its just not right
Tumblindice Tumblindice
36-40, F
2 Responses Jul 27, 2007

The guy finally gets a girl and can be with her when he diners up<br />
Mostof there songs are easier to read Im probinly off

Hi, I am trying to wrap my mind around some of the new stuff since I have several grand kids that I may need to talk with!! LOL. There are so many sub dialects in the States. There are all kinds of gang words, borrowed foreign words, technical terms, words related to new media and gadgets. There are subculture words among users, sellers, and law enforcement. <br />
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I read the lyrics to the song. I am not sure I get it, but taking a stab at it makes me think like this: <br />
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-Some body is really feeling low, abandoned, and in need of a friend. <br />
-Some low life or maybe some drug is hanging around.<br />
-The low life or the drug was going to be ditched but <br />
-The location is near and known to the unhappy person.<br />
-When the torment (need for drug or for friend) comes around, the person can find whatever it is, low life or drug.<br />
-Either the subject feels that he or she is a looser,so why fight the urges, or the subject feels that there is danger of becoming a looser, if he or she delves into <br />
the drug, or a relationship with the low life. <br />
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You can probably tell me that I am completely off!<br />
I'd be surprised if any of the english words used in this lyric mean the same things that ordinary English means.<br />
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Thanks for some insight, <br />
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