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I think Russell, Olathe, KS is closest to the meaning of the song, but what no one here seems to know is that a famous musician in New Orleans by the name of Deacon John claims to have written this song and says that it was in fact stolen from him by Steely Dan. I swear that Don and Walt must sit here when they are board and goof on all the people that come up with these ridiculous song meaning.If that is in fact true, it would surely explain both the title of the song and the reference to Alabama Crimson Tide since Alabama is LSU's (our State College)'s biggest rival. Both Becker and Fagen have repeatedly said that this song, amongst other things, was about a loser wanting a name just like the winners in the world like Alabama's Crimson Tide. If you know anything about the Dan, they are 2 of the most sarcastic Ball Busters alive, lmao.
Becker and Fagan grew up and went to college near New York City.My interpretation of the lyrics."This is the day of the expanding man"Today is the day he's going to better myself and do more with his life. "That shape is my shade There where I used to stand It seems like only yesterday I gazed through the glass At ramblers, wild gamblers That's all in the past"When he was younger (teenager?), he looked through the windows of bars at the cool people drinking and having a good time.He feels it's his calling and now is the right time to take a decisive step towards his dreams."Learn to work the saxophone I play just what I feel Drink Scotch whiskey all night long And die behind the wheel"This is what he's dreamed about for so long.He's heard about jazz musicians living fast and dying young, and he wants every part of it."They got a name for the winners in the world I want a name when I lose They call Alabama the Crimson Tide Call me Deacon Blues"I've always heard the line "I want a name when I lose" as "i wanna lay when I lose"And I can't unhear it.The song is a TOTAL put down of the indulgent musician life.
If you play enough clubs and bars you actually run into a character like this. To Fagen and Becker the Deacon Blues character is a buffoon and a joke.
He's already too far into the musician dream, or he's actually already bought a saxaphone."So useless to ask me why Throw a kiss and say goodbye I'll make it this time I'm ready to cross that fine line"Possibly breaking up with his wife/girlfriend who's sick of his schemes.
There's no point asking him why he wants to be a musician, he just has to be.
He also had been a good rhythm and blues singer before 1970.
But, he got injured and his professional football career was over by 1974.
It's almost like 'Las Vegas/Lost Wages' from Show Biz Kids If the lyric is 'lay' then for me I would mean 'die' , I.e i'll keep rocking until I get old, when I get famous i'll be a 'winner' and i'll only ever lose when I eventually die. I interpret it like this: He's given himself the title 'Deacon' to fit in with a trend of having a grandiose pseudonym like the great jazz leaders Duke Ellington & Count Basie have.