The Who: Too Much of Anything Meaning
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Too Much of Anything Lyrics
I don't know, what have I touched?
I think these eyes have seen a lot
I don't know, maybe they've seen too much
I think this brain has thought a lot
Searchin' trying to find a crutch
I think this heart has bled...
anonymous Nov 22nd 2008, 00:59 report
I think that this song is directed at the band members. There are four 'shortcomings' in the song: Eyes, Hands, Brain and Heart. Since there are four original band members, we can make an assumption that they are talking about themselves.
I am going out a limb here but here are the members matched up.
Pete - Heart, after failed relationships
Rodger - Eyes, he had to interpret or 'see' what Pete was trying to say
Keith - Brain, dealing with his addictions
John - Hands?
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