Now and Then,
where the sidewalk
meets the sun we go
And if I was easy,
I was everything
You don't believe me,
but it really doesn't
matter this time

Now and Then,
Where the sidewalk
meets the endless tide,
To purple places,
bring us everywhere
You don't believe me,
But it really doesn't matter
cuz I really can't remember

If you want I can
let you live my life
If you want I can
tell you its alright
And if you don't
summer comes
and takes away
your everything
and there you are

The sun rings
of another time, it's ok
You fall back
and way down, you're ok


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    General CommentWhat a great rock song. I think more people would agree if they had any idea that a group called Laughing Colors even existed. I'm not entirely clear on the song's meaning, but I'd venture to guess that it has to do with wanting independence. The stanza leading off with "If you want I can let you live my life..." seems to exude some frustration on the part of the narrator; he wants to be on his own.
    kirbstaon April 13, 2007   Link

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