"All The Love, Days, And Tears" as written by and Nicolai Dunger....
All the love, all the love we shared
is all outnumbered by the time we began to talk
We can see it come in, we can see it go by
It's all hidden behind our fears
so all the love, all the love we shared is all outnumbered
by the time we meet
when we think of words, is when we don't
comprehend at all
All the days, all the days we spend together
is outnumbered by the time we begin to talk
we can see it come in, we can see it go by
it's hidden behind our fears
so all the days , and all the ways that we hide it
it is so hard to please?
when we think of words, and we don't comprehend at all
is when we think of ways, ways to get closer
to ourselves
all the tears, all the tears that we've shed
is all outnumbered by the time we begin to talk
we can see it come in, we can see it go by
it's hidden behind our fears
all of the days and all of the ways that we hide
it is so hard to please?
when we think of ways, ways to get closer ourselves
is when we think of words and we don't comprehend at all
when we wish and (when) we think of answers
is when we don't comprehend att all



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"All the Love, Days and Tears" as written by Nicolai Dunger

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    General CommentNicolai Dunger is not well known for his lyrical ability. Dunger is swedish, most of his stuff makes no sense. However, this song is fairly clear that it's about a relationship (similar to his song "ballad of a relationship"), the ambiguity of love, and the relationship coming to an end. An EXTREMELY emotional song both vocally and instrumentally. Beautiful. Find a song with more real emotion in it, I dare you. (Besides, "Since I've been loving you" -Led Zeppelin)
    tropicanaapplejuiceon October 04, 2004   Link

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