"1963" as written by Mark Christopher Batson and Rachael Amanda Yamagata....
Baby, I'm stuck in the middle, and I don't know why
Find the words you sing to be
Sweeter than the words of the bird in the sky
Oh, the days you came around
I feel so good for me
I can take most anything
Cause what you bring

I find it to be magical
I feel like I'm loving you in 1963
Flowers in my hair
Little bitty hearts upon my cheek
Baby, you'll be on my mind
'Til I kiss you next time

Baby, come on, take a ride in my little blue bug
Keep the windows down
Don't forget to celebrate the radio's up
Oh, the way you hold my hand
There is no other way
We could take a thousand walks
And laugh all day

I find it to be magical
I feel like I'm loving you in 1963
Flowers in my hair now
Little bitty hearts upon my cheek
Baby, you'll be on my mind
'Til I kiss you next time


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"1963" as written by Rachael Amanda Yamagata Mark Christopher Batson

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    General CommentI think the meaning of this song is fairly obvious. Just being madly in love with someone, and in that stage of perfect bliss where every thing seems perfect and magical.

    Excellent song, by the way.
    littlemisscddon June 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI LOVE this song. I just love the background music and the first verse.

    I think littlemisscdd got it right. real simple, just alot of love!
    ChloeGirldieon December 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti loove this song!
    is about her being too in love with someone and that brought her to put flowers in her hair and draw bitty hearts upon her cheek like people used to do on 1963
    very simple and beautiful
    crow_hearton December 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgorgeous gorgeous song!!
    kookycookieon September 16, 2008   Link

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