I woke up in a Lego bedroom
Sleeping in my burlap sack
And all the mosquitos know I love you
Can I love me just as much
And I had breakfast with my shadow
We had quite the discussion
Can you fall in love with the things you only know the things you may never touch?

My day at work was just like it always is
The same old same old
I appreciate the opportunity over and over
But I had supper with my shadow
And we had quite the discussion
If I truly believe that things can change will I wake up to something different?



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    General CommentI can't believe no-one has commented this song! It's so lovely.
    It gives off a feeling of loneliness, I think.
    Katiekinson May 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI agree this song is awesome. totally about loneliness which makes sense, considering his son had died and he and his wife were separated at the time.
    rentboyon April 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song helps you feel sorry for yourself! You need to realize a human's loneliness occasionally a.k.a your own.
    Jennexon August 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti really like the questions that he poses when he's dining with his shadow...

    i was thinking about the one about change yesterday when i was riding home from work on the bus yesterday, and about to have dinner with my shadow. i decided to try to believe in change and today has been the most wonderful day. things DO feel different. i guess if you truly believe things can change, you will wake up and find something different.
    frig0018on February 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song definitely is about his loneliness. But it's a great song.
    neverneverlandon February 14, 2009   Link

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