Tim McGraw: Diamond Rings And Old Barstools Meaning
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Song Released: 2015
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Diamond Rings And Old Barstools Lyrics
One's for queens and one's for fools
One's the future and one's the past
One's forever and one won't last
It ain't like midnight and cigarette smoke
It ain't like watered down whiskey and coke
anonymous Oct 21st, 10:32am report
When I hear this song, I instantly think two barstools that they shouldn't be in. As in, two people who have moved onto new relationships (marriages) and still have the "what-if's" from the past. The past being that one a person they still care for, but just couldn't make it work at that time. One or both of them wondering if that is really where they should be.
anonymous Oct 9th, 10:48pm report
I think what this song really means is we can't make something work if it's not meant to work. Some people just don't go together no matter how much they want to and we should accept that.
anonymous Mar 28th, 2017 3:50pm report
I believe it means that this man goes from place to place. He meets a woman each time and she feels he loves her. He says he loves her and does not know what that means. He only cares about himself and never makes a relationship permanent.
anonymous Feb 10th, 2016 2:22pm report
Some relationships aren't meant to be even if it has the passion of love in a life time.
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