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Reba McEntire: Consider Me Gone Meaning

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Song Released: 2009


Consider Me Gone Lyrics

Every time I turn the conversation to something deeper

Than the weather I can feel you all but shutting down

And when I need an explanation for the silence you just tell me

You don't wanna talk about it now



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  1. maddie.basken
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    Sep 23rd 2010 report

    The message is that the girl is thinking that the guy is not putting effort into our relationship or acting like he likes her.

    in verse one its says "every time I turn a conversation to something deeper than the weather I can feel you always shuttin down and when I need an explanation for the silence, you just tell you don't wanna talk about it now." It means that the girl is staying the guy doesn't want to talk to her or he doesn't care. A lot of people feel that in one or more of their relationships.

    Verse two it's about how if the girl doesn't mean much to him, he should let her go or she's leaving.

    verse three is about the girl saying that she been very open and talkative. Also thinks that he should talk it out with her and instead of leaving. When he leaves she thinks that he might not come back.

    verse 4 is about the guy should start thinking how his life will be like when she leaves because she might leave.. She deserves better.

    The artist wrote this song because it probably happened to her. A lot of girls go through what the girl went through in the song.


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