Your old door's closed
To your room, to your house, to your home
And a new body keeps you warm
And I know what I said I'd feel
But I don't


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    General CommentI adore this song. I love the guitar and natural sounds that begin and take up most of the song. It makes the few lyrics Holly includes much more meaningful and signifigant.

    Holly's songs are self-explanitory. I feel like this song has a dual meaning. On a literal sense, the person Holly speaks of has recently moved, and she's upset about the distance. But the song could also be Holly's interpretation of a break-up. The relationship she had with the other is the "closed door," and a "new body keeps you warm" is another person. Since Holly said she knew what she said she feel, she indicates that she broke up with the other person. But then she says that she doesn't feel that way, showing her regret with the breakup.

    I love this song because when you breakup with someone, and still love them, sometimes there really arent a lot of words you could say... all you can do is think about it, hence the mellow guitar and nature sounds that take up most of the song
    inside_danceon October 01, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI adore this song. I love the guitar and natural sounds that begin and take up most of the song. It makes the few lyrics Holly includes much more meaningful and signifigant.

    Holly's songs are self-explanitory. I feel like this song has a dual meaning. On a literal sense, the person Holly speaks of has recently moved, and she's upset about the distance. But the song could also be Holly's interpretation of a break-up. The relationship she had with the other is the "closed door," and a "new body keeps you warm" is another person. Since Holly said she knew what she said she feel, she indicates that she broke up with the other person. But then she says that she doesn't feel that way, showing her regret with the breakup.

    I love this song because when you breakup with someone, and still love them, sometimes there really arent a lot of words you could say... all you can do is think about it, hence the mellow guitar and nature sounds that take up most of the song
    inside_danceon October 01, 2008   Link

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