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Song Released: 1977


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  1. anonymous
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    Jan 17th 2020 report

    The singer is writing his epitaph of his imminent death...he's reveling in the immediate, but realizing that it's all only ephemeral.....

  2. anonymous
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    Jul 17th 2017 report

    I've always thought of it as related to a musician's life, or anyone who's "dream" forces them to be basically transient. The call of the road doesn't leave time to settle down, yet he has love for one special someone that haunts him, follows him.
    Or, it's just about moving on from any relationship that is near impossible to let go, and mixed feelings about feeling good in life chasing happiness, though a large part of that happiness depends on someone who's no longer there.

  3. anonymous
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    Oct 17th 2014 report

    I don't know what this song means, but I love the composition of it. The title says it all with its super long intro that takes a while to build. Great song. Great lyrics.

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