They sat thru the night. In an empty apartment. 3 older gentlemen came inside. And they brought wine and cards and chocolate. And Joey smoked on a cigar and came back in. ..So you think he..s something special do you men?..

He stared through hard, cold insolent eyes. Turned his gaze with her. Fear hidden quite secure under blank features. Protruding middle she sat unashamed. She read his judgement on his concerned face. With slight sarcasm He addressed Her case. Is it too much to ask to know about your lover..s name?


He Is no one. He is a stranger I met on the Street. He never touched me. You..re all I need. And Will ever need.

But his eyes won..t be almond like yours nor blue like mine with all the sins of the world in the Iris. There..s no false blood. But you WILL love him. He..s from Gold Gardens. Our help before Atlas was ever born.

He is No one. He is no one.

They sat through the night........



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    General Commenti agree with keeping november, but there are a few things that dont fit.

    "He is no one
    He is a stranger I met on the street
    He never touched me.
    You're all I need.
    And will ever need."
    this part talks about how the Virgin Mary and Joseph both encountered an angel, but they were terrified at first. to me, it sounds like joseph is wondering what really happened when they met the angel, or if he even was an angel at all. Joseph was just having his doubts. I dont think it can be referencing to God, cause Mary didnt directly meet God.

    "He's from Gold Gardens.
    Our help before Atlas was ever born."
    That's talking about how Jesus is from Heaven [Gold Gardens, Eden, Paradise], and He took away our sins and burdens even before Atlas was born.

    yayy, this is one of my favorite meg & dia songs.
    judyjuiceboxon April 14, 2008   Link

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