"Don't Buy The Realistic" as written by and John Britt Daniel....
All night, be left alone.
Take my, name as my own.
So see'mon and take my hand, see'mon and
See'mon and take my hand, see'mon and
See'mon and take my hand, see'mon and
Take my, take my , take my, take my
Take my, take my, take my, take my
Words are, not much to say.
Face the, gets in the way.
So see'mon and take my hand, see'mon and
C'mon and take my hand, see'mon and
C'mon and take my hand, see'mon and
Take my, take my, take my, take my
Take my, take my, take my, take my
Take my, take my, take my, take my


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"Don't Buy the Realistic" as written by John Britt Daniel

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    General CommentKiller song. Here's my stab at it:

    The two lines that seem to define this song:

    "Words are, not much to say"
    Reality is not the sum of any recollection. There is more to a moment than words, or pictures, or even one person's experience of that moment.

    "Face the, gets in the way"
    I almost feel like there's a fill-in-the-blank after "Face the." Facing anything gets in the way. And yet if you don't face anything, you are fleeing from reality. Or, as the title would imply, you aren't buying into reality.

    In other words, just read the title.
    pro-voiceon December 12, 2005   Link

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