"madeup love song #43" as written by and Fyfe Dangerfield Hutchins....
I love you through sparks and shining dragons, I do,
Now there's poetry in an empty coke can.
I love you through sparks and shining dragons, I do,
Now there's majesty in a burnt out caravan.

You got me off the paper-round,
Just sprang out of the air.
The best things come from nowhere,
I love you I don't think you care.

I love you through sparks and shining dragons, I do,
And the symmetry in your northern grin.
I love you through sparks and shining dragons, I do,
I can see myself in the refill litterbin.

You got me off the sofa,
Just sprang out of the air.
The best things come from nowhere,
I can't believe you care.


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"Made-Up Lovesong #43" as written by Fyfe Dangerfield Hutchins

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  • +2
    General CommentI love this song so so much. It makes me want to cry and smile at the same time. It reminds me of when you are unsure of whether someone who you really care about cares about you, but you can't help yourself but love them.
    noduckstofeedon April 07, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentGod this song is so beautiful...it seems to be describing all the ways you feel when you love someone and you dont know if they love you back.very lovesick.
    DebbieNxCon June 16, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song, it's just so happy and giddy feeling and makes me want to dance, hehe. I really love the last lines, with the music and the way the singer sings it's such a celebration of liking someone and finding out they like you back. Yay!
    chihuahua88on January 06, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe rhythm is so dancing and happy, but the lyric is so sad. When you are unsure of other people's feeling, Goddamit, it's just fuckin' terrible! Except that, the music is So great and I can't stop listening to it!
    anygirlon May 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI tend to see this song as criticism towards all the made up love songs invading the charts nowadays. The lyrics are shallow (poetry in empty coke cans), fake (majesty in burnt out caravans) and cold (symmetry in your northern grin). The "refill litter bin" is a metaphor for the mainstream music stage.

    Also, the parts that say "I love you", "I don`t think you care", "I can`t believe you care" make up the perfect pop love song lyrics. Boy meets girl, boy falls in love, girl doesn`t care, out of the blue girl notices boy, girl falls in love with boy. Happy ending, of course.

    I don`t really get the "sparks and shining dragons" bit. Unless it`s nonsense and goes to show that no matter how messed up a love song lyrics are, it still has a good chance to climb up the chart.
    ilyon May 21, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti think it is a satire on 'normal' bland pop love songs but this person really does care for the girl/guy and is singing this jokily but with the real meaning that theres love underneath it!
    yellowventnoron May 24, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah i agree that this song is pretty satirical.... especially looking at the bits people have picked out so far.
    but i also love it and its lyrics anyway
    its been on repeat for a looong time, actually cant stop listening to it
    jenibenion June 04, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentOh this song is beautiful
    Lovely lovely
    bloc_party15on June 12, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentBrilliant :o)
    Scottish_Lionon June 12, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti don't really know about the satire......
    but i love this song for the way it seems really well, childish is probably the word. The dragons, the "i do" shows a childlike insistance and the paper round. I just think its a really sweet, urgent declaration to a first love.

    whatever its meaning, its still my favourite song of this year s far
    Stay_Gold_Ponyboyon June 20, 2006   Link

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