Taking Back Sunday: Bike Scene Meaning
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Bike Scene Lyrics
so she knows I mean business
And maybe we could talk this over
Cause I could be your best bet
Let alone your worst ex
And let alone your worst...
I wanna hate you so bad
But I can't (but I can't) stop...
anonymous Oct 15th 2009 report
Its about a guy who has broken up with his long time girlfriend but she still wants to stay close because she thinks they are more then just ex's. They have a long history dating back to when they were young and she wants a best friendship sort of deal like it was in the begining. But that is making him miserable and he just wants to get over her and move on. So hes trying to force himself to hate her and stay away but he cant
anonymous Jul 25th 2009 report
Honestly the girl these songs are written about is a slut.
anonymous Nov 28th 2007 report
It's about a guy cheating on his girlfriend and he is trying to tell the one he is cheating with to stop, but it is very difficult for him because he loves both his girlfriend and the other lover
anonymous Feb 11th 2007 report
I think it's about a guy who is like in love with his girl and she's taking advantage of that and he knows this. Even though he loves her, he knows he has to end it so she can't take advantage of him anymore "Cause I could be your best bet let alone your worst ex".
I actually interpreted this song completly differently, I think this song is talking about a couple that is broken up but the lust and chemistry is still so strong, as they still see eachother sometimes, but its tearing him apart as he knows how wrong and how he just has to get out of it.
anonymous Feb 20th 2006 report
This is about a guy, who is in love with a girl. Even through all of the bullshit that she has put him through, he still can't leave her. He knows that he should though "I wanna hate you so bad". She has all of the control in the relationship and has taken advantage of it "You've got me right where you want me". He wants her so bad, but knows that the situation isn't going to get any better, so he needs to end it. At the very end there is still a little indecisiveness though, "Anyway... yeah" so we never know if he will, which just emphasises how much he really loves her.
anonymous Dec 3rd 2005 report
I think it's about a guy who wants to end it, who wants to be the ex. I don't know if that makes sense. He wants it to end, but both of them want to keep the relationship strong. Maybe they are in love. I guess it's all of the little quirks keeping them together. I think the guy was on the verge of breaking it off when the lady friend pulled him back in. Overall he could be happy.
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