What is the meaning of the line marked with bold? I see two possibilities:I think the kids are in trouble
Do not know what all the troubles are for
Give 'em ice for their fevers
You're the only thing I ever want anymore
We live on coffee and flowers
Try not to wonder what the weather will be
I figured out what we're missing
I tell you miserable things after you are asleep
1. You're the only thing I ever want from now
2. You're the only thing I never want anymore
Looking "anymore" up doesn't help much.
Oxford dictionary says nothing about using "anymore" is positive constructions:
But wikitionary says:any more (also anymore)
[usually with negative or in questions] to any further extent; any longer: she refused to listen any more
So, how do I understand "anymore" in this context? Like "from now" or like "any longer" (no more) ?(colloquial, chiefly Northern Ireland, US) In positive constructions: now, from now on.