"Related" as written by Joshua Todd Gruber, Jonathan Brightman, Keith Nelson and Devon Glenn....
Moving out, found some pictures of places and past times
Remember how we got through those moments of being fools?
To pass the days where the passion plays
I love to dance the stage
And through our fights, we've changed our lives
We're still related and know the truth

And I'm
I'm still related
Yeah I'm still related
And everybody has got the groove

The night crowd pays the rent now that you're playing an instrument
And underneath the car little John got his hands on a harp
Now we're sleeping the days as our past life plays
As we face the stage
And through our fights, we've changed our lives
We're still related and know the truth

And I'm
I'm still related
Yeah I'm still related
And everybody has got the groove

And I'm
I'm still related
Yeah I'm still related
In the crowd all around you

Why don't you come with me, get off your ass, and leave your ego at the door?
You can always stay out late
It's a different place
We're just running away to the show

And I'm
I'm still related
Yeah I'm still related
And everybody has got the groove

And I'm
I'm still related
Yeah I'm still related
In the crowd I will find you


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"Related" as written by Jonathan Brightman Devon Glenn

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    General CommentThis seems to be about reflecting on life before they started to make it "big." He is looking through old pictures and reminiscing about how they were young and inexperienced and could barely afford to pay their bills, yet they had such a passion for their music. There was clearly someone in his life with whom he shared something deep and important (we're still related and know the truth). I actually believe its about a former girlfriend and mother of his first child. That is just a hunch though.
    musicfan326on February 27, 2009   Link

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