"Start All Over" as written by Shannon Mcnally, Grange, and Hunter,....
All this dreaming will drive me crazy
But is it dreaming if it's all I ever do?
The days are bleeding they just run together
The nights are cold in the deep of Minnesota
From where I lie I can see the airport
I watch them land and I see them leave
So many things that I've never done
So much ends before it's begun
And I'm so tired I could cry
I'm so tired I lie awake at night
Watching the moonlight circle my head
It's just about as blue as blue can get
When I get out of this bed it's gonna
Start all over again?
Mississippi sun doesn't shine this far north
I'm dreaming of peaches and bare tanned knees
A place that's warm where they just let you be
Where you can stay forever cause the rent is free
And I'm so tired I could cry
I' m so tired all I can do is sigh
Watching the moonlight circle my head
It's just about as blue as blue can get
When I get out of this bed it's gonna
Start all over again?


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"Start All Over" as written by Shannon Mcnally

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    General CommentRecently, I used this song for my English final to describe disappointment. My interpretation of "Start All Over" is how everything will remain the same once the person wakes up. Nothing will change; life will still be full of disappointment. We can dream of "bare-tanned knees" and places where "the rent is free," but they are impossible dreams to reach. It'll never be. Everything will start all over again... and remain the same.
    Simplisticon June 12, 2002   Link

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