"WWOZ" as written by and Kevin Griffin....
WWOZ is on in stereo
A string of flowers haloed around your head
Candle light
Ceiling fan

Curtains blow away and back again
Back again
Don't wake me, I think I'm in a dream

Sleeping is easy
I used to lay in bed for hours
I've waited a lifetime now maybe I'll learn
Calling back and forth through heavy air

The barges sound their warnings in the dark
Peace comes like a trusted friend
As it starts to rain again fall away
Fall away

So don't wake me I think, I'm in a dream
Now sleeping is easy
I used to lay in bed for hours

I've waited a lifetime now maybe I'll learn
Sleeping is easy
I used to walk the streets for hours
I've waited a lifetime now maybe I'll learn
Let go of your fear, let's grow old together
Find a place along the way
Let's reel through the years
Each makes the other better.

But what thoughts can I call allies
When this circle of ribs keeps working on its own?

WWOZ's on in stereo.
Well it's on in stereo.


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"WWOZ" as written by Kevin Griffin

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    General CommentI am fanatical when it comes to lyrical works.
    I am fascinated by songwriting and have written hundereds myself.
    My wife and I chose WWOZ to be our wedding song last October.
    I wish more music lovers had gotten a chance to hear this one. It is a song with levels of depth and imagary that have been left in the past.

    I wish I could let the members of Ezra know how touching this song is. I bet they never thought that it would turn out to be someone's wedding song.

    Could you ever say anything more profound and heartfelt than,
    "Let go of you fear, let's grow old together
    We'll find a place along the way
    Let's reel through the years
    EACH MAKES THE OTHER BETTER."

    "Don't wake me, I think I'm in a dream"

    Thank you Better Than Ezra
    AdamDuritzFanaticon October 15, 2005   Link
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    General Commentone of the greatest "love" (sentimental feeling, ideal settings) I have ever heard. I think it talks in a great detail about the fear and the irony of knowing yourself, being that independent being, and realizing that this person gets you to this dream state, unaware of everything and you need them. great stuff

    Let go of you fear, let's grow old together
    Find a place along the way
    Let's reel through the years
    Each makes the other better.
    But what thoughts can I call allies
    when this circle of ribs keeps working on its own?
    tmckee34on February 28, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis would be an adorable wedding song...nice work.
    LN_the_Felonon May 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'm a 21 year old male who's never been in a serious relationship. But I want this song to be my wedding song. I think it's about 2 people helping each other become better than they were before. I love it, and I'd be lying if I said I hadn't reared up on multiple occasions listening to it. And I most likely will on my wedding day as well.
    JarrettCastilloon October 18, 2015   Link

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