"Reservations" as written by and John Britt Daniel....
He couldn't answer my reservations
He couldn't answer and I
One little answer
A cheap little answer
Would have meant so much I
Some kind of response now
Some cheap little answer would have meant it to me
And she's never been in the places she oughtta
But that doesn't stop her being around
And she's never been the places that she oughtta
She's just a miner's daughter
She's been around but she's never made it and
She's been around but she's never one to give you reservations
She's so realized yet uncalculated all the time


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"Reservations" as written by John Britt Daniel

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    General Commentadd in "and it's why" between the last two lines after 'reservations' and before 'she's so realized'. I love how the song picks up at the end so unexpectedly after the early melodic and mellow introduction. Seems to be about unrequited love or missed opportunity, you know, the clichéd girl never noticing the ‘right’ guy whose ironically always around at her favorite coffee shop or whatever and vice versa. I don’t know…?
    Bromideon September 28, 2006   Link

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