"Stars (HUM Cover)" as written by Jeffery Dimpsey, Tim Lash, Bryan St. Pere and Matt Talbott....
She thinks she missed the train to mars, she's out back counting stars

she's not at work, she's not at school
she's not in bed, i think i finally broke her
i bring home everything i want, nothing that she needs
i thought she'd be there holding daisies, she always waits for me
she thinks she missed the train to mars, she's out back counting stars
i found her out back sitting naked looking up and looking dead
a crumpled yellow piece of paper, seven nines and tens
i thought she'd be there holding daisies, she always waits for me
she thinks she missed the train to mars, she's out back counting stars
i thought you'd be there holding daisies, you always wait for me
she thinks she missed the train to mars, she's out back counting stars


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    General CommentThis song was originally performed by HUM. You can find Bleeding Through's cover version on the Punk Goes 90's compilation.
    marquiceriseon March 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe CD Punk Goes 90's brings memories up from good ol' songs
    Another song I really advice from that cd is Rufio with Like A Prayer..
    Nice singing & guitarplay..
    It's an oldie on Bleeding Through style..
    Hanging Moonon May 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe CD Punk Goes 90's brings memories up from good ol' songs
    Another song I really advice from that cd is Rufio with Like A Prayer..
    Nice singing & guitarplay..
    It's an oldie on Bleeding Through style..
    Hanging Moonon May 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI get all of this except for "a crumpled yellow piece of paper, seven nines and tens".... anyone care to explain?

    Love the song though!
    emoscreamo4525on November 06, 2009   Link

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