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For god's sake don't leave me! General Comment Its metaphorical - it is sung from the point of view of someone in a relationship whose ptr is absent - not physically absent. He is basically saying the relationship will be over if she continues to be 'absent' from the relationship I dont believe its specifically about cheating or dishonesty; i think its generally about relationships and sharing yourself with your ptr and being "present". That is my take on it anyway. I agree. The partner is not necessarily physically absent, but they are absent.
Flag Livemike on January 31, My Interpretation I'm not trying to suggest any of this is the actual meaning of the song, but after some recent struggles with a relationship, I saw this song in a whole new context. It was a struggle in both directions, but I feel like this fits my side of the story. It was a battle between our emotional connection and the difficulty of dealing with a third influence, the anxiety.
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