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I hear the wind out in the yard
It blows through my button holes
I feel so far removed from this place
The words are still in my mind

But I'm not supposed to think of you
Anymore
No I'm not supposed to think of you
Anymore

And I know that I make you think of something
That you would rather put away
I'm sorry, I'd rather go than hurt you
I never saw it in this way

But I guess I won't be seeing you
Anymore
No I guess I won't be seeing you
Anymore

But if this closure
I think I missed a step somewhere
Between being here and fading out into your memory

Soon you'll cross another time zone
And turn to a fresh blank page
I hope happiness will find you
I hope you'll find hope again

'Cause I can't seem to find you
Anywhere
It's getting time, I give up
I'm letting go

But if this closure
I think I missed a step somewhere
Between being here and fading out into your memory

If this closure
I think I missed a step somewhere
Between being here and fading out into you memory




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    General Commentthank you so much for putting this song on here! i've been trying to find out who it's by for months cuz when i downloaded it, it was under bright eyes.

    anyhoo- i think this song is talking about the aftermath of a breakup. she hasnt given up yet but she knows she has to so that they can both move on. the line about the time zone could either be metaphorical of literal. i take it literally because i just broke up with my boyfriend because he moved. this song is definitely very fitting. 'i think i missed a step somewhere' - i see this as she feels the closure wasnt really closure, like it didnt end right and thats why she's still in between moving on and being attached. yet again very fitting. this is a great song i love it!
    feverdreamon August 27, 2005   Link

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