I am five years old and my favorite song is Your Cover's Blown. I am wondering: what does the line 'Leave the boy home' mean?
i don't believe you're 5!
it means that she should leave her boyfriend at home and step out with me.
Hello! I'm more than in love with the song writing done by this band as well as the interpretation, meaning, and significance that comes along with it. (Of course the music behind the words are wonderful just the same) With that being said, I am really curious about the book that is mentioned more than once in a couple songs. Most prevalent, obviously, in the song "The State I Am In", the book "The State That I Am In" by Scott Neiss really catches my interest. It seems that Stuart rather admires this book. What is the significance of this book in relation to Stuart's life? Is it a book worth reading? I am in avid reader and would more than love to give it a read however it is rather expensive. I'll probably end up buyin it anyway, since I love this band and I'm interested. Just wondered why it struck Stuart as worth bringin up more than once. Thanks guys, keep rockin at what ya do.
i think the book you mention might have been written some 6 years after the song, but have a stab anyway
Is Stuart related to Ripert Murdoch??
Ripert the Bear?
Alright Sarah, I was hoping to buy the Scotland T shirt .Me and my mate do stuff for auacity and guile. Im too drunk and youre too sexy, iknow bit rude but fancy dropping it of we could do a swap or maybe share a brandy im handy and randy in clydebank
randy and handy in clydebank. how could she possibly refuse? and such a short bus journey! just past YOKER!
Sleep The Clock around is one of the most beautiful songs I know, thank you for writing it! What was the inspiration for it? Are the lyrics about one experience in particular or does it represent a general view of life/living.
I've always taken it to be about maturing and eventually becoming happy with yourself in person. Am I on the right track?
All the best,
i remember that song was about walking over the brow of a hill, away from the two people i loved most, when i had betrayed them somewhat: after they cast me out of their confidence and out of the cafe. so it's a song that cries out for recovery.
if you take it to be about "maturing and eventually becoming happy" then i'm happy about that
I have one of the B&S beach balls you kicked out to the audience in Salt Lake. Did the band inflate them? Specifically, is actual CO2 from the band inside it? (I'll never deflate it, if so).
Of course the band inflated them!