Hello, my name is on my shirt pocket
I'd rather not speak right now
I'm remembering something

Most typically my dreams are dreadfully boring
Therefore I come to these places just to see the girls
With hair like hers
With clothes like she wore
With smells like hers
With handwriting like hers

You wrote me little letters
And you brought me lunch that time at my work
And that poem you left on my windshield
Wrapped in plastic to protect it from the rain

Protected from the rain
Protected from the rain
Protected from the rain
Protected from the rain
Protected from the rain
Protected from the rain
Protected from the rain
Protected from the rain


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    General CommentYet another great song about lost love/nostalgia.

    I really like the atmosphere of this song--really conveys this image of rain falling onto a windshield and a poem wrapped in plastic, nice unique image.
    suclid003on March 14, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is such a sweet song.
    lololeelaon February 27, 2009   Link

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