Evanescence: Sally's Song Meaning
Sally's Song Lyrics
That seems like tragedy's at hand
And though I'd like to stand by him
Can't shake this feeling that I have
The worst is just around the bend
And does he notice my feelings for him?
And will he see how...
Nightshade64 Oct 11th, 2012 10:50pm report
I agree with both of the interpretations. It can be in both ways in not just teenage love, but also person in any age as possible. Danny Elfman did great for choosing Amy Lee for singing this song. She gave the song more feeling into it. That she is really really want to know if they will ever be or never be. Personally! I think she will be a better Sally in my book. Not just her singing but I believe in voice too. :)
anonymous Aug 9th, 2011 8:08pm report
the meaning of this song is easy to get. It's Sally's Feeling's for Jack in a nightmare befor christmast. It's a song written by Tim Burton. Is shouldn't be here
anonymous Jul 1st, 2011 7:44am report
This is how a teenager, or anyone, really, feels when they really like somebody and they're wondering if they like them back. The girl in the song likes a boy very much but is afraid he doesn't like her back.
"And does he notice my feelings for him?
And will he see how much he means to me?
I think it's not to be
What will become of my dear friend
Where will his actions lead us then?
Although I'd like to join the crowd
In their enthusiastic cloud
Try as I may, it doesn't last"
Plain and simple. For a lot of Evanescence songs, you have to dig really deep and do a lot of research to find the meaning of the song, but this meaning is RIGHT THERE! And then when she repeats:
"And will we ever end up together?
No, I think not, it's never to become
For I am not the one"
she wants to be with the boy, but she knows she can't because she's "not the one."
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