The imagery of this song reminds us of any saturday afternoon American TV movie. The lyrics illustrate a scene so narrative that we don’t even have to think whether behind it all underlies a significant metaphor. It speaks about universal subjects such as love, the passing of time… or blaming someone. If we go back to the film reference, the protagonist can’t cross the police cordon to get to his home. It is a Hollywood cliché similar to the one in which a father doesn’t arrive in time to the son’s baseball game because of work.