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I think that this was supposed to dipict a suicide. Shes leaving. On the edge of death and her love is holding her in his arms as the life escapes her. Hes crying as she fades away over her decision. That's how he can "hear" her. For the fact that shes dying and its what she wants. The white forest is death. And very possibly a place she remembers from life that is merely being infused into the world beyond life. >.< idk. That's what I think.
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Okay, so I've been listening to this song. Trying to figure it out. I think--only think, so if you disagree, don't get on my case--that it has something to do with a war--and I'm not sure which one(it could be a World War or anything.) Think about it. "A daydream spills from my corked head, breaks free of my wooden neck..." Maybe this is referring to a hope for peace, and the fact that it's been drilled into our minds that this is still a battle for our well being and we as the you. S. Come before all else--last part the wooden neck thing. "The men all played along to marching drums, and boy did they have fun, behind the sea." Maybe this means that--thinking in the sense that marching drums symbolizes soldiers--they are on another continent--Behind the sea or on the other side of it. "We're all too small to talk to God...we're all too smart to talk to God." Possibly saying that putting our faith in a higher power didn't do any good in ending war. As I continue writing this I'm thinking it's a world war. "Toast the fine folk casting silver crumbs to us from the dock." People throwing confetti--or just expressing relief and joy--at the port where the soldiers get off a ship coming back from war. "Jinxed things ringing as they leak through tiny cracks in the boardwalk."(maybe my imaginations gone away with me, but.) Ringing means the memory of gunshots while they're walking into the welcoming arms of their families. "Scarecrows now it's time to hatch sprouting suns and ageless daughters." If it were wwii then I'd say it means that the horrors are going behind us and now (maybe) woman are developing rights and becoming more a part of society--"ageless." "Matching legs are marching clocks." Men marching in rhythm, all at the same exact time--military, in other words. I may or may not be wrong, but this was how I heard it.
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