"Green To Me" as written by Jeffery Dimpsey, Tim Lash, Bryan St. Pere and Matt Talbott....
The morning image from the satellite is all blue and green
And we've all got wounds to clean
Here's a rag, here's some gasoline
She wakes up fine and rested well
Released at last from in the sleeping cell
Breathing comes with ease
It's a sweet revenge
Built on a chemical ride
My medicine man is the best
Wires to the temples, place them on
Lace them on, let's see how we sound
It's all green to me
What a sweet revenge
It's all green to me
See them lift off one by one
I see a cool spot here let's bring her down
Pedal to the ground
A lovely mess
That I am blessed to see
Of me
She lifts her wings up high
Send her shrill of a lifetime until we die
All the dreams, details
Affected in the colored sky
The morning image from the satellite is all blue and green
And we've all got wounds to clean
Here's a rag, here's some gasoline
It's all green to me
{it lifts up your days in a single phase, I felt your hand}
{lift up your skies and all the other times, you realize}


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"Green to Me" as written by Jeffery Dimpsey Bryan St. Pere

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    General CommentHERE ARE THE REAL LYRICS

    The morning image from the satellites is all blue and green.
    And we've all got wounds to clean, here's a rag, here's some gasoline.

    She wakes up fine and rested well, released at last from in the sleeping cell, breathing comes with ease.
    It's a sweet revenge,
    built on a chemical ride, my medicine man is the best wires to the temples,
    place them on let's see how we sound.

    It's all green to me.
    What a sweet revenge.
    It's all green to me.

    See them lift off one by one, I see a cool spot here let's bring her down.
    Level to the ground, a lovely mess that I am blessed to see, of me, of me

    She lifts her wings up high, sensors show a lifetime until we die.
    And all the dreams' details perfected in the colored sky.

    The morning image from the satellites is all blue and green.
    And we've all got wounds to clean, here's a rag, here's some gasoline.
    It's all green to me. (Lift up your skies and all the other times, you realize.)
    It's all green to me. (It lifts up your days in a single phase, I felt your hand.)
    It's all green to me. (Lift up your skies and all the other times, you realize.)
    It's all green to me. (It lifts up your days in a single phase.)
    Dixie_Normason December 15, 2008   Link
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    General Commentgirl is perfectly happy, guy isnt.
    noschoolspirit7on June 19, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThe surroundings seem perfect but they are far from. Knowing that imperfection is there and not having the slightest care of its presents. The world and his surroundings are imperfectly perfect.
    russellhg13on May 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentTo me, it's like a hospital. It seems to fit in my mind.

    "Sweet revenge" to me seems like they did something and the hospital is the consequence.

    "Wires to the temples" meaning some machine hooked up to see how they are doing.

    Also with the "Image from the satellite" could mean monitors with graphs with green and blue colors.

    They wake up to see how eachother are doing. And when they get time to be together, nothing else matters; it's not perfect but at the same time it is for them being lucky enough to be alive.
    ifoundathingon June 23, 2007   Link

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