Chevelle: Fizgig Meaning
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The clock just struck twelve
Not easy to understand what time ya leave
The last man he probably wondered the same
The past is on the phone
New roads don’t pave themselves
Go find your vegetarian,
For who am I...
anonymous Feb 26th, 2016 2:52pm report
I think it's about him having this sort of casual relationship with this girl, who's a little promiscuous (fizgig) and they both talk about how much better than each other they can do and how they're going to get out of this bad habit and routine of seeing each other, she says she could get a vegetarian, and he reckons he can do 'one better' and get a pescetarian, but they never actually do it, just talk about it after they've got drunk and slept together.
anonymous Nov 14th, 2013 11:24am report
I think this song is about a guy who hates his life, he has the same routine everyday and he wants to be "perfect" like the people around him. So it happens to be that he gets fed up with this lifestyle, yet there is nothing he can do to change it.
I feel like its another one of chevelles cynical love songs (which I love). It's about a guy who gets played by some girl. "The last man he probably wondered the same" implies that the girl is sort of a tease and "my line of good judgement just happened to change, that last chance at freedom just happened to change" is saying that he basically got played and felt like he finally was "free" of searching for the one until she finally revealed her real intentions. Pete also compares her to the devil (like in piñata) and uses another cat metaphor ( like in sci fi crimes but I still don't understand Pete's fascination with cats). Also when he says "go find your vegetarian" and later says "I'll find my pescetarian" (which is someone who eats like a sea food diet) I thinks he's saying that it's hard to find true love because people are so judgmental of one another
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