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Daughtry: Waiting For Superman Meaning

Song Released: 2013


Waiting For Superman Lyrics

She’s watching the taxi driver, he pulls away
She’s been locked up inside her apartment a hundred days

She says, “Yeah, he’s still coming, just a little bit late
He got stuck at the laundromat washing his cape”
She’s just watching the...

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    anonymous
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    Feb 4th, 2:07pm report


    I think it means that this person is stuck. She's depressed and upset. She's waiting for someone to save her. Her superman. Thats why this guy saves a girl from being run over by a bike,saving a girls purse, saving a guy from killing himself. she's locked away and is just waiting for her hero.



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    anonymous
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    Nov 6th, 11:55am report


    Superman is her husband this at war and "stuck at the laundry mat" means her stuck at base."stuck at the the 5 and dine saving the day" means he's on a mission and couldn't talk to her."wating for superman to pick her up"means she's wating for him to come home.



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    anonymous
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    Sep 12th, 9:23pm report


    It's about a girls dead brother. Her brother was, and will always be, her superman.



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    anonymous
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    Aug 8th, 2014 8:21am report


    The song is about a woman who lost the person she love but he is not death she just lost contact with him and cannot find him heck he still coming just a little be late and the part of talking to angels is cause she have fate she will find him agsin heck the making a wish is to find him again and shevslwsus dmiles cause she rather portray herself as happy than sad.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 29th, 2014 7:38pm report


    Its about a girl who lost her hero, like a father, and needs someone to show her to be strong again, and to save her from the pain. "Locked in her apartment for 100 days," is a coping mechanism and "Talking with angels" is her trying to communicate with him.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 4th, 2014 7:23pm report


    It's a religious interpretation we are all waiting for the second return to save us the album is called baptized and Daughtry is a Christian.



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    anonymous
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    Jun 29th, 2014 6:30pm report


    I personally believed it was about a women who had just lost her superman and is in denial about losing the perfect person she just had saying "he's at the laundromat", and In turn turning suicidel due to her loss - this is expressed with the "talking to angels line"



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    southernbelle16
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    Jun 12th, 2014 6:57pm report


    I've always thought That this song was about a young girl with cancer is trying to make everyone feel special while she's still alive by dancing with them, talking to angels, making wishes with passing cars, and waiting for Superman to pick her up, and Superman would be Jesus and she's just waiting for it all to end, and make it worth everything.



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    anonymous
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    May 20th, 2014 5:27pm report


    I think it is about a suicidal woman.
    Of course she is also waiting for the right guy to come and save her from herself but she isn't helping herself, as she was "locked in her apartment for 100 days"
    She is creating silly excuses to why her 'superman' hasn't found her yet, like being "stuck in the laundromat washing his cape"
    Finally she is giving up, as she is "talking to angels"

    I think "dancing with strangers" and "she smiles, oh the way she smiles" is part of her facade, and "she's falling apart" is also part of her facade, but behind it.



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    anonymous
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    May 20th, 2014 5:02pm report


    Why does it not say waiting for superman to save her heart? rhymes a million times better "with shes falling apart" and still retains the superman saving theme. i love the song but that line crashes on my ears every freakin time



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    anonymous
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    May 1st, 2014 5:40pm report


    The song is about someone who is waiting for her "superman" to finally rescue her. She wants to find that man to love her like no other. She's waited for a long time for him and in a way when she makes excuses as to why he hasn't shown up yet, it's because she doesn't want to lose faith or hope. Someday he will come.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 11th, 2014 4:35pm report


    I don't think shes waiting for the perfect man i think its about a girl who lost her "superman" suddenly and is wishing he would come back.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 16th, 2014 2:00pm report


    She's waiting for someone to save her from the state of mind she is in.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 7th, 2014 2:30am report


    She's not waiting for perfect man like others say, she's living in her own imagination (if life was a movie) and wants what doesn't exist… No one is good enough for her (locked up inside her apartment for 100 days) but the problem, actually, is she



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    anonymous
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    Jan 9th, 2014 1:33pm report


    The woman he sings about is waiting for superman not literally. She's just waiting for a good guy. Better than what she's known.



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