All Time Low: Remembering Sunday Meaning
Remembering Sunday Lyrics
Starting making his way past 2 in the morning
He hasn't been sober for days
Leaning now into the breeze
Remembering Sunday, he falls to his knees
They had breakfast together
But two eggs don't...
The song is about a girl who goes to visit a guy. Yes, they're in love. The visit doesn't go as planned so she leaves. "I'm at home in the clouds" does not mean she's dead, but she's on a plane. The song Vegas by All Time Low is a follow up to this song, in which the girl who he asked to marry turned him down because they were too young.
Personally, I think this song is about a man who meets this girl and falls in love with her. Then, later, he finds that she has died. And like many others, he doesn't want to believe that she's gone. So he makes his mind beliedve that she's a live, and tries to find her. The neighbors tell him she's moved away and he begins to give up. Then the girl tells him she's not going to call and she's done something terrible. (commited suicide maybe?) Then the guy goes back home because he finally realizes that she's gone, and there's nothing there for him anymore.
anonymous Feb 24th 2009 !⃝
I think it's about a guy in a relationship with a girl who's afraid of commitment. After they make love for the first time, ("she pulled on his hand with a devilish grin, she led him upstairs...") he decides to ask her to marry him. She turns him down (badly) and moves away to escape him. She stops talking to him, so she seems to have just dissapeared. Afraid for her life, he runs to the neighbors and asks if they've seen her, but they're afraid to tell him that she's gone. The end with Juliet Simms is where she's looking out the window of the plane, reflecting on how she loves him too, but she's too afraid to say yes.
This interpretation has been marked as poor. view anyway
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