Tell me why I'm here
In this empty house
My mind won't change
Will it now?
Everything I thought
That I put to rest

Everything wrong
Always the same
Everything gone
Nothing has changed

A blue letter over my head
I still remember every word you said
Held my breath so tightly
I never knew what you meant 'til now

There was paper box
Underneath her bed
Of everything she kept
Of everything I said
Now there's a paper box
But it's not me in there
What fades?
What stays?
Who forgets?
I'll never let you go
'Cause there's a part of me
No one has seen
Nothing can change
No one can touch
I won't erase

Blue letter over my head
I still remember every thing we said
Held our hands so tightly
I don't need a thing to remind me

That's why I think I've found
Something that fits
Something that's pure
Someone I can't resist
I think I found
Something that's mine
I never thought
I would ever move on
I never thanked you for what you did

A blue letter over my head
I still remember everything you said
Hold your breath and watch me
Walk away forever

A blue letter over my head
I still remember everything you said
Nothing is wrong
Nothing has changed
I'll always be there
I'll see you again

I didn't then
So I thank you now


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    General CommentThis song should definitely be the next single from "Dis/Location." Great song, one of my favorites by 7m3.
    judaskissidismisson June 04, 2004   Link
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    General Commenttotally agreed... but i haven't heard a thing from 7m3 in a while now. at any rate, i see this as a letter to an ex... someone he never thought he could get over. maybe she did something to him - shut him out of her life? - that caused him to find someone else with whom he's happier. so he's thanking her for whatever it is that she did. kinda self-explanatory, if you ask me. take care.
    iceman4785on December 29, 2005   Link

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