I'm nowhere around you
I'm high off this earth, I can't come back down to
Keef brings up a witty retort to the girl’s inquiry of his location (He already told her that he was in Chicago, was that not enough?). The basis of this line of wordplay is the double meaning of the word “Earth”, which can be construed as a reference to either a strain of marijuana, or literally, the planet. While being so “high” off the Earth, Keef is “nowhere around [her]”, but in fact, above her.
The next half of the line has Keef musing on his location, both in life and that of his person. He cannot just “come back down” from his sudden fame or his high. Dropping everything and returing to Chicago, trying to live out some semblance of a normal life is not an option, nor the chance of cutting ties with the criminal lifestyle he claimed. His celebrity, while with its perks, has alienated him from much of what was once familiar. Keef’s current state is best summed up by a phrase that astronaut Buzz Aldrin used in describing the moon: “Magnificent desolation”.
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