Hello Miss evening
Nice to see you again
I know you stole the sun
But I hope you came to show

Where did I go wrong?
And am I forced to be strong?
I know you won't change
I know you won't change

Singin' ah, a-ah
Tu es, tu es le soleil
Ah, a-ah
Tu es, tu es le soleil

Hello Miss evening
Nice to see you again
I know you stole the sun
But I hope you came to show

Where did I go wrong?
And am I forced to be strong?
I know you won't change
I know you won't change

Singin' ah, a-ah
Tu es, tu es le soleil
Ah, a-ah
Tu es, tu es le soleil

Let it come to an end
Farewell


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Miss Evening song meanings
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    General CommentWell... Its a Very very good song with Excellent music...
    harsh_manutdon August 29, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationI guess "miss evening" is an unwanted change that brings sadness along with it.

    hello, miss evening
    nice to see you again [it seems that they're old pals (unwanted changes/sadness and him)]
    i know you stole the sun [the sun means happiness, or someone that brings him happiness]
    but i hope you came to show [he at least hope that something good comes out of it]

    singin' ah, a-ah
    tu es, tu es le soleil [someone is probably the sun (which was stolen from him)]

    let it come to an end [this part he screams, begging for it to come to and end]
    farewell
    bandeidon December 31, 2011   Link
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    My InterpretationI think this song could be a metaphor of how relationships between people can represent something which we cannot reprimand or ignore. It seems that the speaker has shared intense memories and emotions with their significant other, which they refer to as the "sun" because they can never forget the other person's significant presence or control its movement. The speaker wishes that the other person could change, perhaps they could get back together again, but the speaker knows that "they won't change", so the speaker is eternally haunted by the beauty of their past times. Each day when the sun rises, the speaker wakes up and repeats the cycle in which he wishes that somehow he could see his significant other, that they could "change", but with each sunset, this wish becomes obsolete. The repetition of "let it come to an end" at the end of the song suggests that the speaker has been locked inside a world in which the future has no meaning for them, and they must eternally be reminded of their significant other, with each day passing becoming more painful.
    GeoffJ7on June 18, 2015   Link

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