excerpt & interpretation from mary jane's last dance:
SHE MOVED DOWN HERE,
AT THE AGE OF 18,
SHE BLEW THEM BOYS
THAN THEY'D SEEN.
the indiana boys
I WAS INTRODUCED
AND WE BOTH STARTED GROOVIN'.
Tom's (?) first
SHE SAID I DIG YA BABY BUT I GOT TO BE MOVIN,
KEEP MOVIN' ON.
he liked it because it treated him well
eventually, though, he has to give it up:
LAST DANCE WITH MARY JANE,
TIME TO KILL THE PA-AIN.
SUMMER CREEPIN' IN,
TIRED OF THIS TOWN AGA-AIN.
kind of confusing personification. here's my guess:
"summer"=best time of the year; most comfortable weather
therefore "summer" is the euphoric high
, slowing "creeping" into his system
"town"=could be a lot of things:
1) the boring indiana town, whose
boredom he escapes through smoking, however, more
2) the "down" state; not being high
(could be an anagram?)
should get you guys started. this is taking forever and i have class. figure the rest out on your