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Foo Fighters: Times Like These Meaning

Song Released: 2003


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Times Like These Lyrics

I, I'm a one way motorway
I'm the road that drives away
Then follows you back home
I, I'm a street light shining
I'm a wild light blinding bright
Burning off alone

It's times like these you learn to live again
It's times like these you...

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    anonymous
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    Jan 18th, 1:43pm report


    I love this song.
    It's freeing and uplifting to me. I think it's about moving on and forgiving. How freeing is that!



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    anonymous
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    Nov 4th, 2017 11:50pm report


    After Taylor overdosed in uk on tour..



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    anonymous
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    Oct 30th, 2017 10:57pm report


    Written after Taylor Hawkins overdosed. It's about Dave Grohl's forgiveness and sticking with his friend.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 2nd, 2012 7:11pm report


    think it's about getting on with it after the death of cobain



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    DoomShroom
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    Apr 28th, 2010 4:51am report


    It's about the moment after a period of depression or sadness when you realize everything's going to be alright - in a phrase, 'You learn to live again.'

    The 'new day rising' and the 'brand new sky' are all metaphors for this... Leave the past behind and embrace the future!




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