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After the countless times I've heard this song, I've noticed a few things.
"You met Judy in the 90's / She threw parties for magazines" An explanation of Judy; she's a minor celebrity.
Judy has changed in 10 years, after the person the song is talking to broke up with her.
"Putting down that torch you lifted / Back to portraits, poorly drawn" This is where the person the song is talking to gets back together with Judy, the imaginary torch was used to 'burn their relationship down'.
"Judy lies but you believe her / She's the storm before the calm" Judy is cheating on him with her former roommate, but he doesn't know because, as the song states, Judy lied but he believed her.I mean, I'm clearly not in the NY publishing industry, but even I know what throwing a party for a magazine would've been back then.20 years from now, who will even remember what a magazine was?I wonder if "You met Judy in the 90s" is a sly joke on using their 90s style.Think how somebody 20 years from now would be lost with a phrase like "she threw parties for magazines", if it didn't have the "in the 90's" reference preceding it.