“Thinking About You”

A tornado flew around my room before you came
Excuse the mess it made,
It usually doesn’t rain
In Southern California,
Much like Arizona
My eyes don’t shed tears,
But, boy, they pour when I’m thinkin’ ’bout you

I’ve been thinkin’ ’bout you
I’ve been thinkin’ ’bout you
Do you think about me still?
Do ya, do ya?

Or do you not think so far ahead?
‘Cause I been thinking ’bout forever
Or do you not think so far ahead?
‘Cause I been thinking ’bout forever

No, I don’t like you,
I just thought you were cool enough to kick it
Got a beach house I could sell you in Idaho
Since you think I don’t love you,
I just thought you were cute
That’s why I kiss you
Got a fighter jet, I don’t get to fly it, though
I’m lyin’ down thinkin’ ’bout you

I’ve been thinkin’ ’bout you
I’ve been thinkin’ ’bout you
Do you think about me still?
Do ya, do ya?

Or do you not think so far ahead?
‘Cause I been thinking ’bout forever
Or do you not think so far ahead?
‘Cause I been thinking ’bout forever

Yes, of course
I remember, how could I forget?
How you feel
And though you were my first time
A new feel
It won’t ever get old, not in my soul
Not in my spirit, keep it alive
We’ll go down this road
‘Til it turns from color to black and white

Or do you not think so far ahead?
‘Cause I been thinking ’bout forever
Or do you not think so far ahead?
‘Cause I been thinking ’bout forever

Over at RapGenius.com, they have a cute little feature. You can read interpretations of the lyrics. I’m not certain (I hope it is the case), but I think readers report the interpretations. (Otherwise, it would mean those who run the site were responsible for writing things like, “Frank’s room is really messy. It looks as though a Tornado has flew around his room.” They should know better, right? I mean, people who have blogs and websites know how to use grammar properly, right? They know it should read “has flown,” right? … Right. That’s what I thought.)

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~ by MsInklination on September 16, 2011.

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