first part is momenatry body condition, hes done..a wreck.
second part describe his coma dreams that carried him around.
not much to analyze here.
Kev Infinity wrote:I think this refers to the possibility that Tony has a guardian angel (possibly Meadow). Tony does, quite often, pity himself about the burden he carries of looking after his family and the life he leads because of this. However I think its fair to say that he has been extremely lucky over the years since he became boss having a seemingly miraculous ability to escape trouble at the last possible moment as though someone or something is guiding him.
There are two pivotal moments in the series (arguably the two most pivotal moments) when a 'great wind' has been present. One is in Mayham, as Tony hears the wind and then Meadow's voice in the trees, prompting him to 'choose life' as it were. This is clearly important as up until then he had seemingly accepted his fate with very little reluctance.
The other time when ther was a 'great wind' was during the season 1 episode Isabella. I think its fair to say that it was during this episode that Tony was expreincing the worst of his depression. However, Tony is shocked out of his depression due to the attempted hit instigated by Junior. Prior to this the episode goes to great lengths to show how windy it is.
I don't know of any deeper significance to this but it seems clear that the presence of the wind always foreshadows a 'shock' to Tony; be it coming out of severe depression or coming out of a coma.