Let's move to the country
Just you and me


My travels are over
My travels are through


Let's move to the country
Just me and you


A goat and a monkey
A mule and a flea


Let's move to the country
Just you and me


Let's start a...
Let's have a...


My travels are over


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    General CommentHe sings "Let's start a/Let's have a" so naturally that you can listen to the song for a couple years and not notice what's being left out. What a perfectly compact, perfectly accurate-feeling statement of anxiety about commitment. This asshole Bill is so good at his job!

    He wants so badly for his travels to be over, but he just can't quite--
    askforgivenesson April 20, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is sexy and unbelievably beautiful. I'm surprised it has no comments.
    killertomatoeson April 04, 2010   Link
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    General CommentWhile I agree that the omitted lyrics denote some anxiety, I also think that this is a case where he says infinitely more in silence. Also, the use of future tense is brilliant as it adds to the feeling of jumping off into the unknown.
    killertomatoeson September 28, 2010   Link

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