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Foo Fighters - Everlong - Lyrics Meaning

The song "Everlong" was released by the rock band known as the Foo Fighters. This particular song was featured on the Foo Fighters' second studio album; The Colour and the Shape, and is the second single from the album. The song was released in 1997. The song is played in a few different versions, however; the acoustic version of everlong is the most popular version of the song. The acoustic version of everlong was first played on the Howard Stern show.

As for the meaning behind the song, it is generally about love. The song features lyrics such as "if everything could ever feel this real forever, if anything could ever be this good again" and "the only thing I'll ever ask of you, you've got to promise not to stop when I say when." By these particular lyrics, it is speaking about how good love feels. When things feel that good, you do not want them to change or end. It is this interpretation that has a lot of Foo Fighter fans thinking that the song is about an ex of Dave Grohl.

The great thing about Foo Fighter songs is the fact that they do have deep meanings. However, the greatness of this is the fact that you are able to connect to the song in a way that allows it to relate to you.

Meanings of other songs by Foo Fighters:
All My Life
The Pretender

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