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In a dressmaker shop in Greece
The pins stick like tongues on poles or butts in an ashtray
Lunchtime packages, waxed and wrapped and held
Down a dusty road, inside and apron ford

It's cool it's cool to love your family
It's cool it's cool to love your family
It's cool it's cool to love your family
I know because I love them more and more

You know my grandpa brought power to the plains/planes
Now he winks at me from thirty thousand feet
Now my uncle's got his face
And he takes the power to a different place
Hey hey he's ok

It's cool it's cool to love your family
It's cool it's cool to love your family
It's cool it's cool to love your family
I know because I love them more and more

In the Copenhagen city morgue
The dead sleep in metal slips
Called and last
And someone loved them once
And someone loves them still
And someone misses them
And someone always will

You know that it's cool it's cool to love your family
It's cool it's cool to love your family
It's cool it's cool to love your family
I know because I love them more and more


Lyrics submitted by myslumberingheart

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    General CommentPretty straightforward non-fiction niceness methinks but great nonetheless. And my gosh her voice is beautiful so it therefore deserves a comment. Now if only the album wasn't so impossible to find.
    Filipon June 01, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyeah her voice is so sheer and beautiful. i was introduced to this band at a bright eyes concert. conner just yelled "ohh my, everyone! It's Feist!!"
    blueoilpaintson December 19, 2005   Link
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    General Comment'planes' i'm pretty sure due to the "Now he winks at me from thirty thousand feet" part,and would also allude to him being dead/ watching her from above?

    just a thought.
    beautiful song
    PASSEon June 26, 2006   Link

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