"We Are Together" as written by Amy Elizabeth Ray and Emily Ann Saliers....
The girl's known trouble
The wind's to blame
It blew her to anytown usa
That's my middle name

And where we go
Remains nameless
A motion picture
Alive and frameless

And we are together
Finally
And the dog caught up with
The rabbit is laughing hysterically
And we are together
You and me
Yeah eah ah
Yeah

We are together
Together

She's got that sadness
She twinkles like a witch
And you conjure a love spell
I'm gonna give a five-year itch
Low to the ground
High in the holler
(we are together)
In any old February
(together)
Hot under the collar
(collar)

And we are together
Finally
And the dog caught up with
The rabbit is laughing hysterically
And we are together
You and me
Yeah
Yeah

The setting sun at sadness beach
Just in view and out of reach
Resign myself to solitude
When love is hard to get and rude
And though I said I did not care
(oh oh oh oh)
It was way before we'd gotten there
Winded by the fruitless chase
(oh oh oh oh)
Until I saw you face to face
(face to face)

Together
Finally
And the dog caught up with
The rabbit is laughing hysterically
And we are together
You and me
(the whole world)

We are together
Finally
(finally, finally)
And the dog caught up with
The rabbit is laughing hysterically
And we are together
You and me
Yeah
Yeah
Yeah


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"We Are Together" as written by Emily Ann Saliers Amy Elizabeth Ray

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    General CommentThis song is all about someone who is in love, and finally, the other person falls in love with them. "We are together finally. And the dog caught up with the rabbit is laughing hysterically." They are finally a couple. One caught up with the other, even though it was hard.

    They are finally together.
    musicman0488on December 26, 2006   Link

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