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Grand Funk Railroad: I'm You're Captain Meaning

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  1. anonymous
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    Jan 28th report

    I have heard so many interpretations of this song and nobody really knows exactly what it means except for the writer of the song mark.

  2. bustdflat
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    Jan 15th 2018 report

    This song is about flying on acid and he is trying to get his thoughts and his soul to come back to him. because he "Is your Captain" he is captain of his body and mind, and he "is feeling sick"- his mind is up in the clouds flying high. He says "if you take me to my home I will kiss Mother earth" This is because he wants 'come down' he is too high, and he has lost control of himself. He wants to be Captain again or come down, and to go home.

  3. kooljohn176
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    Mar 2nd 2015 report

    This song could have been about Captain Kirk who never really deserved to be the captain of the ship [The Enterprise] in the Star Trek episodes, because SPOCK knew that the captain was envious of his intelligence and if Spock would die first, The Captain would never come to his funeral, but Spock knows ahead of time that the payback of karma in the future to never bring back the ship to Captain Kirk[jerk] when his time is up to go back to his home without his ship, at the mercy for only Heaven to help him.


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