Anjela
TV Girl Lyrics


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Standing in the kitchen
Wondering where Anjela′s gone
She didn't even drive here
She couldn′t have gotten very far
But what does it matter anyways
I didn't like her anyways
I only let her crawl into my arms
I wasn't trying to lead anyone on
I was only trying to stay warm
Oh Anjela
Can′t stand the cold
And it′s not summer anymore
I haven't seen the last of her
There were euphemisms and arrangements
There was alleged transgressions
She said, I′m not very good at talking about this stuff
So nevermind
She buried her face in the pillow
What does it matter anyways
She didn't like me anyways
I only thought because she climbed into my arms
But she wasn′t trying to turn anyone on
She was only trying to stay warm
Oh Anjela
Can't stand the cold
And it′s not summer anymore
I haven't seen the last of her
Oh Anjela
Can't stand the cold




And it′s not summer anymore
I haven′t seen the last of her

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of TV Girl's song "Anjela" narrate a story of a relationship that was purely physical, without any emotional connection. In the beginning, the singer wonders where Anjela has gone, realizing that she couldn't have gone far since she didn't have a means of transportation. But, "what does it matter anyway?" he says, "I didn't like her anyway." The line portray the singer as someone who is indifferent to the absence of the woman who was once in his bed.


The lyrics further delve into the theme of intimacy without emotion when Anjela confesses, "I'm not very good at talking about this stuff, so never mind." The singer, unable to read her mind, concludes that Anjela does not like him and that her crawling into his arms was strictly for warmth. The line "I was only trying to stay warm" is repeated in the chorus, driving home the point that the two parties involved are only seeking bodily warmth and nothing more. The song ends with the singer reiterating that he hasn't seen the last of Anjela, suggesting that their brief tryst may continue.


Overall, "Anjela" is a melancholy yet honest portrayal of a relationship based on physical need rather than emotional attachment. The lyrics and melody combine to create a mood that is both reflective and regretful.


Line by Line Meaning

Standing in the kitchen
The singer is physically in a specific location, the kitchen


Wondering where Anjela's gone
The singer is wondering about the whereabouts of someone named Anjela


She didn't even drive here
The singer is stating that Anjela did not use a vehicle to arrive at the current location


She couldn't have gotten very far
The artist believes that Anjela did not travel a great distance from the current location


But what does it matter anyways
The artist is questioning the significance or relevance of Anjela's location


I didn't like her anyways
The singer is expressing a lack of fondness or positive feelings towards Anjela


I only let her crawl into my arms
The singer allowed Anjela to physically be close to them, but it was not necessarily romantic or affectionate


I wasn't trying to lead anyone on
The artist claims that they did not have any ulterior motives or intentions when allowing Anjela to be close to them


I was only trying to stay warm
The artist had a practical reason for allowing Anjela to be physically close - to keep warm


Oh Anjela
The artist addresses Anjela directly


Can't stand the cold
Anjela does not tolerate or enjoy cold temperatures


And it's not summer anymore
The current season is not summer; it may be colder than Anjela would prefer


I haven't seen the last of her
The singer believes that they will encounter Anjela again in the future


There were euphemisms and arrangements
There were indirect or vague conversations or agreements between the singer and Anjela


There was alleged transgressions
There were perceived violations or breaches of social expectations or boundaries


She said, I'm not very good at talking about this stuff
Anjela admitted to struggling with communicating about certain topics or issues


So nevermind
Anjela does not want to continue discussing the topic at hand


She buried her face in the pillow
Anjela physically turned away from the singer, possibly to avoid discussing something uncomfortable


She didn't like me anyways
Anjela did not have positive feelings towards the singer


I only thought because she climbed into my arms
The artist mistakenly believed that Anjela had romantic or affectionate feelings towards them due to physical proximity


But she wasn't trying to turn anyone on
Anjela did not have any romantic or sexual intentions when being physically close to the artist


She was only trying to stay warm
Anjela, like the artist, had a practical reason for being physically close - to keep warm




Writer(s): Petering Bradley Robert

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