Weezer: The Good Life Meaning
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Song Released: 1996
The Good Life Lyrics
Tell me, who's that funky dude, staring back at me?
Broken, beaten down can't even get around
Without an old-man cane, I fall and hit the ground
Shivering in the cold, I'm bitter and...
anonymous Jun 4th 2017 report
It's about getting back to how it used to be. The old man cane is a metaphor for getting old and aging out.
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