"The La La Song" as written by and Casey Susan Dienel....
Knowing you makes all the difference,
Don't it darling?
Knowing all your if's and why's,
Your when's and how's.

December comes in as a short procession.
A little punctured, a little heartbroken,
But not forever and not for long.

In New York, the vagabonds have fled
To your dusty wings.
The play bill tramps are
Starving for a little warmth.

It seems I've help my arms like this for ages,
But I am done waiting, I am lowering them down
Like a white flag, like a sail.

It's clementine season, my peach, my little.
You are gone, but now I like all my parts.

It's funny how when we're whole, we feel hollow
It's funny, I like me best with a broken heart.

So, when winter started to thaw,
You may be tempted to come around
And it's likely to be too late.

La la la


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"La La Song" as written by Casey Susan Dienel

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    General Comment"It's clementine season, my peach, my little.
    You are gone, but now I like all my parts.

    It's funny how when we're whole, we feel hollow
    It's funny, I like me best with a broken heart."

    how absolutely beautiful and heartbreaking is that? quite literally, i think the song is about accepting sadness as just an honest and pure and human of an emotion as any other. It thaws, it ebbs, it goes away and comes back, like the seasons, like rotting fruit.
    starvingchildrenon March 10, 2010   Link

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