what of the bridegrooms and bridal cakes? It's a mess! Everything has been planned; all invitations sent. And i dare not ask a kiss from you; your lips have been on others, but sweetie mine have too.

oh, i sing this pretty song and i sing it for you. Two years now since i met you and (i'm still fighting for you) sweetie i still love you, it's gonna be alright

And this same flower that smiles today: I know, tomorrow will be dying, but sweetie i'm still fighting for you, because you know i love you and we've been fighting for far too long now.

it's gonna be
gonna be
all, all right

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    General CommentWhere'd you get this song from? I can't find it on iTunes.
    forgottentimeson November 05, 2007   Link
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    General Commentnathaniel swokowski, the singer of ivory, recorded this song when ivory was going a semi-hiatus period and he was writing solo stuff. it was his myspace with a few other songs (sweetest one and come back down) but the name he used for the project was "nathaniel le marin" and i think that profile has since been deleted. i do think ivory redid this song under the title "it's gonna be alright" though.
    uncolaon November 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti meant going through a* sorry, my bad.
    uncolaon November 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYea, I found him on Purevolume.com. Thanks! I think if he stayed on his own, his stuff wouldn't be a let down either compared to Ivory, but I think there's something about a band instead of only an individual that makes the music better.
    forgottentimeson December 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentBy the way, do you know where I can download/buy his songs?
    forgottentimeson December 12, 2007   Link

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