Interpretation 1[edit | edit source]
This song sounds reminds me a lot of me and my husband.
I'm always wearing his clothes, and we know all each other's stories but we're still as in love as we were the first time we kissed and that's really something.
I think it's very sweet. --Badqueso 21:27, May 29, 2006
Interpretation 2[edit | edit source]
Why, exactly, did TMBG decide to butcher this perfectly good song into the saccharine snoozefest on Mink Car? This is a nice little song that didn't deserve the treatment it was given. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs) 18:16, October 19, 2006
- ^Not an interpretation, but whatever, that's par for the course for an unsigned comment. I'm not crazy about the Mink Car version, but considering it's TMBG, it's a slightly left-of-center take on the typical love song. However, eliminating the lines about the time machine really swerves that car back into the middle of the road. This original version of the song totally rocks, has a great time-travel concept behind it, and ranks right on up there with the best material they've done. --MisterMe 09:58, 12 December 2012 (EST)
I thought it was a breakup song[edit | edit source]
I thought it was sweet until the third verse reminded me it was the end of the relationship. He's saying they could be together, but they're still happy apart, and they both don't have anything to share anymore. The first kiss, you eventually realize is with someone else.