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Old 05-16-2006, 04:25 AM
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You have affairs?


btw, enjoying your new place, already?
Affairs? Hmm.

I love my new place. It's a great big house with lots of space and still cosy. My son is constantly playing outside with his new friends and mum and dad fight creatively over the colors and interior design of the new home. Does that sound like a guy who sleeps around?
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Old 05-16-2006, 07:16 AM
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Does that sound like a guy who sleeps at all?
Decorating a new house is so much fun, I can forgive your recent absentness (um, is that a word?) (edit..geez woman, just say 'absence') for that

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Old 05-16-2006, 10:15 AM
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That being said, I think Lindsey meant to imply that Stevie slept around.
That's how I always interpreted it too. Otherwise why would Stevie be upset about the line?
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Old 05-16-2006, 01:39 PM
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Boy this is a toughie! That line "packin' up, shackin' up's all you wanna do" can be interpreted so many ways. It's really an ambiguous little sentiment that I think was fully intended by Lindsey. I think Lindsey wanted more from Stevie and those of you who said he wanted marriage may not be that far off. Take for instance: "If I could, baby I'd give you my world/ how can I when you won't take it from me?" By giving Stevie his "whole world" it's like Lindsey's saying, I'd give you everything, every part of me, but you don't want it, you just want to go. That line definitely gives further credence to the notion that Lindsey wanted a more serious, committed relationship than Stevie could or wanted to reciprocate at the time. When Stevie broke up with Linds, he was angry, hurt, resentful you name it. So in order to "get back at her" I think he wrote "shackin up is all you wanna do" ambiguously, making it seem to her and to all of us like all she wants to do is shack up with other men, but in reality I think he was really referring to their relationship and her lack of interest in committing to him. I think Lindsey intended for this line to remain ambiguous so as to further piss Stevie off at the time
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Old 05-16-2006, 03:05 PM
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Whoever translated the lyrics to "Go Your Own Way" from English to Japanese for the 7" single insert apparently heard them differently: Backin' up, jackin' up so you won't do. How are we to interpret that line?
That's just Lindsey being macho and not allowing Stevie to help him put on the spare when they got a flat tire on the way to the studio.
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I like Mr. Zevon's "Searching For a Heart" as well.
Moi too

Warren Zevon: RIP
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Old 05-16-2006, 06:00 PM
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Very interesting question! I always thought that it was pretty much as stated. Stevie was moving out and leaving Lindsey, so that is the "packing up" part. Packing up her stuff to leave their home together. As for the "shacking up's all you want to do" part, I believe that Lindsey felt he was taking the relationship more seriously than Stevie. Lindsey wanted more from the relationship, maybe something more permanent like marriage, engagement,etc., and Stevie was content to leave things as they were: them living together, aka shacking up.
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Old 05-17-2006, 09:06 AM
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Moi too

Warren Zevon: RIP

Warren Zevon was great, his last album (the wind) was beautiful.
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