Foo Fighters: Walking After You Meaning
Song Released: 1998
Walking After You Lyrics
Things just won't do without you, matter of fact.
I'm on your back, I'm on your back, I'm on your back.
If you'd accept surrender, I'll give up some more.
anonymous Mar 30th, 2017 3:23am report
Strange .... Thought it was about heroin addiction.
anonymous Mar 6th, 2012 3:02am report
The CD that Walkin' West to Memphis is on (Casey and Chris and the Two-Stringers' Get Along Girl ) is pretty much out of print, gtuholah CD Baby does still have a couple of copies. It will forever be downloadable though Casey
anonymous May 10th, 2011 5:52pm report
A very sad and beautiful song. The singer is expressing his devotion and his intention of pursuing his love. But he also recognizes the pointlessness of what he's saying. "If you'd accept surrender / I'll give up some more. / Weren't you adored." He's asking, "Isn't it enough?" Obviously it isn't, or he wouldn't be talking about her walking out on him. What's touching about the song is that he recognizes this, recognizes that it's not a healthy relationship and that he's stuck. But he can't do anything about it.
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