Even if I had a satellite,
I could never reach your brain,
Even if I had a marshall stack,
I couldn't amplify your name,
Even if I had a time machine,
I could never get it right,
Sometimes there's just no possiblity,
Of having someone in your life.

And if I could find my ufo,
You know I'd fly so far away,
And if I knew what else to do,
I wouldn't sleep away the day,
But every depressing song rings so true,
No matter what I try,
No matter what I do,
It will never be the same without you.

Even if I had a flamethrower,
I could never start a fire,
And even with a couple atom bombs,
Your eyes would never light.

And even if I knew your number,
And even if I knew your name,
And even if I knew how to talk to you,
It could never be the same.
(x2)

Because the bigger they are,
The harder they fall,
But size never matters at the end of it all.
(x3)

Even if I had a satellite, I could never get it right.


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Track 11 song meanings
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