Is Walk Like A Man a song about hope or about eternal damnation?
And about fear, failure, and the fear to fail.
Maybe this question can be asked for more songs on the Tunnel album-or even the whole Tunnel album.
The first 3 songs are about hope, but after that it gets difficult. Bobby is doomed, Janey is not, and maybe there is hope the child will not be like his father.
And there is hope in Valentine's Day, but it is false hope as we all know how it ended-but maybe with the hope the next try would be better-and it was.
This all thoughts while listening to the Nebraska album in the dark [before posting].