Someone's always got the upper hand. I ain’t open my eyes till we all walk free. Cut-cut hair Initially the author finds it difficult to comprehend that their partner would like them and is afraid of losing them, so they work to improve their role in the relationship. The author is longing for love, but once they do they are plunged into self-doubt and a constant state of anxiety. I’m a little sick right now, but I swear It could be anything, really- whatever you try to do to get a man or woman to like you. ... Why should I care If I have to cut my hair? The song starts out with a slow piano melody which then turns into a dance beat influenced by rock music. But I guess this avoids the stress of falling out of it The it goes on to how the music world's the same, the way it concentrates on little outside things that seem cool, like your thrift-shop clothes or the amount of stubble you have on your chin. He desired Bathsheba for his wife (the kitchen chair) so he sent Uriah (her husband) to the front lines in a battle to be killed. Someone else already said that the lines “cut my hair to make you stare, I’ll hide my chest” is a trans thing. He had romantic encounters with several women, and fell in love with one of them, Delilah. Place, but strangely he feels at home in this place Almost Cut My Hair by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position Lyrics submitted by I ain’t cutting my hair till the good lord comes. Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. As for the reason WHY he’s in that mental state, I believe he is trans. Cut-cut hair "Almost Cut My Hair" Song by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; from the album Déjà Vu; Released: 1970: Recorded: January 1970 () Studio: Wally Heider Studio C: Label: Atlantic: Songwriter(s) David Crosby "Almost Cut My Hair" is a song by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, originally released on the band's 1970 album Déjà Vu. This song is a remix of ‘This is Home’ by Cavetown. Chris_Gough, edited by Prisonmike, "Cut My Hair" as written by Peter Dennis Blandfor Townshend, Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group. It nevers works. It was recorded at Wally Heider Studios on January 9, 1970. 'Cut my hair!' My interpretation of this song is that it’s about the panic of being with somebody when you are in an unhealthy state of mind about yourself. [Chorus] I’m a little sick right now, but I swear She cut off all his hair and thus destroyed his strength.) Hallelujah Lyrics: I’ve heard there was a secret chord / That David played and it pleased the Lord / But you don't really care for music, do you? But strangely he feels at home in this. Cutting his hair would represent an assimilation, giving in. Place, but strangely he feels at home in this place Cut-cut hair, leave But I guess this avoids the stress of falling out of it [Chorus] Don’t have an account? Are you-you tired of me yet? Some of the lyrics have small hints to depression and/or committing suicide, such as "Little do we know the stars welcome him … Often I am upset that I cannot fall in love Cut-cut hair, leave It sort of stated my intentions. [Verse] About “Cut My Hair” 2 contributors This song is a remix of ‘This is Home’ by Cavetown. It could be anything, really- whatever you try to do to get a man or woman to like you. Eventually, out of this fear and self-doubt, the author starts to change themselves – not just physically ‘cutting their hair,’ but changing themselves to become a better and stronger person for them. It’s super easy, we promise! Often I am upset that I cannot fall in love, Place, but strangely he feels at home in this place, But I guess this avoids the stress of falling out of it. Someone's always got the upper hand. Those lines is what made me search “is “This Is Home about trans people?” and why I’m commenting. / I'm a little sick right now but I swear / When I' Davis lost his throne because of it, he was broken and humiliated, in fact, insane for a while and lived like a wild animal (cut hair, the downfall of Sampson; once mighty, now broken because of seduction, also).