It's not the morning
It's not the dawn
The daylight savings reminds me of the fall
I'd like to stay here all night long
But the time is near
And the summer's almost gone

[chorus]
Don't ask me why
I don't want to feel like forever young anymore
Just catch my fall before I crawl on the floor

It's not the morning
It's not the dawn
The daylight savings reminds me of the fall
I'd like to saty here all night long
But my time is near
And my summer's almost gone

[chorus]

Is it so radical-after all


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    General CommentHe doesn't want to feel like a child anymore, I guess
    hotsoupwomanon August 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think its the conception that when you are young that you will live forever. He is starting to feel the pains of age and decides he doesn't want to be forever young. He doesn't want to live forever anymore.
    Somber_Eyeson September 19, 2006   Link
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    General Commentit's one of my favourite 69 eyes' song. so simple, so meaningful... and i think we have all felt like that somehow in some part of our lives
    kyyneleeton May 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is a song about change. Death and rebirth. The closing of one door, and the opening of another. I really love this song.
    JPHendrixon April 09, 2011   Link

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