"Jennifer Louise" as written by and Kevin Barnes....
Jennifer Louise you don't know me but we're cousins
Your mamamama and my mamamama are sisters
Jennifer Louise I haven't seen you since I was a kid
When my family spent the weekend at your house
And your father helped when my eyelashes stuck together

My mom told me that now
You're a young professional
Living with a significant someone

Jennifer Louise we know so little about each other
I'll probably never call you up,
Write you a letter or see you in person
Basically Jennifer Louise you don't know me
And we're not friends
But I was just wondering about you
Wondering if you ever think about me


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    General Commentthis is one of my favorite of montreal songs, it's just cute and pretty self-explanatory about a girl he used to know and is just thinking about.
    g0wthefl0won September 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe this doesn't have more comments! I love this song. Pretty self-explanatory like g0wrgwfk0w said. I especially love the way he repeats "mama," "wondering," and "think." So nice.
    landofsubmarineson November 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwoops, I meant "g0wthefl0w," not that weird mess of letters and numbers I posted before...
    landofsubmarineson November 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit's not only about a girl he used to know and is thinking about - it's about a cousin of his that he hasn't seen in years and doubts if he'll ever see again.

    having recently met the other half of my family for the first time - i can relate to it very well. Although i never met my cousins when we were little, so it's pretty mind-blowing to meet a seven cousins whom i never knew existed...
    tweedboyon February 07, 2008   Link

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