"Reminders" as written by Grant Nicholas, Taka Hirose and Jon Lee....
You got it all worked out this living
You made it all whacked out this giving thing
Torn a soul and left it kicking
Drilled a hole right through my perfect world

I'm staring at pictures now
Tearing pictures down, yeah
It's pulling me deeper down
Every day reminds me

Love has left me high and twisting
Cut a wire and watch me fall back in
Telepathic operatics
Sucked the image clean out of my brain

I'm staring at pictures now
Tearing pictures down, yeah
It's pulling me deeper down
Every day reminds me of you

I'm staring at pictures now
Tearing pictures down, yeah
It's pulling me deeper down
Every day reminds me of you
Every day reminds me

You made it all whacked out this living
Torn a soul and left it kicking

I'm staring at pictures now
Tearing pictures down, yeah
It's pulling me deeper down
Every day reminds me of you

I'm staring at pictures now
Tearing pictures down, yeah
It's pulling me deeper down
Every day reminds me



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"Reminders" as written by Jon Lee Grant Nicholas

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    General CommentTo me this song is about losing someone and remembering them in two different ways. The heavy verses are remebering the person with resentment and self pity at how lost you are with out them,which makes you angry,"Drilled a hole right through my perfect world"
    But then the chorus is far more melodic, which symbolises the despite the different feelings you feel about this person you still miss them
    "staring at pictures now" invokes an image of going through old images of this person and remembering them, and how much you miss them now
    paperfaceson September 16, 2006   Link

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