"Disconnecty" as written by and Jason Lytle....
Dearest Mom
Your yearling son
Has sent a message through
He's disconnected, but he still loves you

Weather lies and motor rules
The color printer blues
On the engine air his thoughts flow through to you

Disconnect said to disconnect
But has he read the tiny text
That said to disconnect
He'd best decide
The rest of all your life
Will be your right to fly alone
Forever more

Dearest Mom
Your yearling son
Has sent a message through
He's disconnected, but he still loves you

Disconnect said to disconnect
But has he read the tiny text
That said to disconnect
He'd best decide
The rest of all your life
Will be your right to fly alone
Forever more

And ever more


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"Disconnecty" as written by Jason Lytle

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    General CommentI think he may be saying: I need to be independant and on my own now, but I still love ya mom
    Weird0awakening7on March 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI've said it before and I'll say it again: no one describes nostalgia better than these modest guys.

    Last year, I went through a terrible depression, and every time this song came up I would think of my own mother, one of many people I had disconnected from in my dark times. And yeah, that line resonated with me: "he's disconnected but he still loves you".

    I can only hope that history will give this great band the recognition they've deserved since their early self-financed albums. At least I do! ;)
    frijolito_tson April 26, 2007   Link

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