Song Analysis Five for Fighting Hundred Years
In this song, the writer is combining partly a love song, 'Countin' the ways to where you are', partly saying how fast your life goes, 'half-time goes by, suddenly your wise, in the blink of an eye, 67 is gone'. The whole song is going through the singers life, and picturing every part of it and basically telling you to value your life for it goes really fast. The line, 'I'm 45... for a moment, the sea is high and I'm heading into a crisis' is talking bout mid-life crisis's, and the line directly after, 'Chasing the years of my life' is talking about how people react to their mid-life crisis. The easy cliché shows them going out to buy a sports car, but really what it is all about is wanting to go in a new direction, try something new, trying to get back your youth, which is basically what it is saying in this line.
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