My understanding is that "Inbetween" was the original choice but in an interview Robert said that he realised that there was no such word(s), so presumambly, later releases (e.g. Greatest Hits) featuring the song list the grammatically correct version.
Personally, I stick to "Inbetween" because that's what I know from THOTD.
What is the name of this song? I have seen some refer to it as In Between Days and others as Inbetween Days. What is the story behind this?
Okay, moving away from the sock theme slightly... amljbono great original question. It is actually Inbetween Days & refers to those days that are neither good nor bad really. I think the verses reflect his (or someone's) feeling on one of those days. The first verse is pretty well "get lost" whilst the second is just as equally "get back here".
Post by blackmoodswings on Jul 30, 2014 11:57:30 GMT 1
Nothing about the meaning but: my friend always plays this song on my birthday morning - thinking this is extremely funny. ...yesterday I got so old.... Although I love the song I'm feeling quite disturbed when hearing it now.
If not the first, maybe one of the earliest songs where there is a difficult point of view, perspective "I know I was wrong when I said it was true / that it couldn't be me and be her inbetween without you"
which would be reflected again later in Watching Me Fall or This Morning (as far as I remember), three people? two and he feels he's two people because of different, ambivalent feelings?