"Hello I Love You" as written by Howard Leslie Shore and Roger Waters....
Hello, I love you, won't you tell me your name?
Hello, I love you, let me jump in your game
Hello, I love you, let me jump in your game
Walking down the street, blind to every eye she meets
Do you think you'll be the guy to make the queen of the angels sigh?

Hello, I love you, won't you tell me your name?
Hello, I love you, let me jump in your game
Hello, I love you, let me jump in your game
She holds her head so high, like a statue in the sky
Her arms are wicked, and her legs are long,
when she moves my brain screams out this song
Sidewalk crouches at her feet, like a dog that begs for something sweet
Do you hope to make her see you fool?
Do you hope to pluck this dusky jewel?

Hello, I love you, won't you tell me your name?
Hello, I love you, let me jump in your game


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"Hello (I Love You), song (as used in the film The Last Mimzy)" as written by Howard Shore Roger Waters

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    General CommentRoger sounds as if he is ready to let bygones be bygones, and the last verse that says
    "Have you heard
    it was on the news
    you can make your peace
    on the dark side of the moon"
    is his way of stating he is ready to reconcile with the rest of the boys...
    hakimikeon March 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI like this song. It sounds like the Wall songs. Funny, it's featured in a movie aimed for kids.
    DeepSouthernon June 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentActually Hakimike, I disagree.

    "Have you heard
    it was on the news
    you can make your peace
    on the dark side of the moon
    I'll see you there
    we can rock 'n' roll
    we can make our choice
    we can say goodbye or say hello"

    Don't forget that "the dark side of the moon", as according to the album's concept, in the peak of insanity/revelation/death that all people must eventually face. In the album it is also portrayed as a place that cannot be reached in this life (perhaps for better); so to me it sound like Waters is saying that the Floyd will never "make their peace", or that they will in the very end after it no longer matters. Good song, I also like the movie it appears on, The Last Mimzy; one of the best children's movies I've seen.

    Shine on
    Unsoundon September 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt IS in a movie for kids.

    Anybody here heard of The Last Mimzy?
    SayWhatever...on September 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentMevermind, read 3 wrong.

    Sorry :(
    SayWhatever...on September 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI don't speak english fluently so I don't understand one line. What does "Like a has-been out to grass" mean?
    okmanekon November 05, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI don't speak english fluently so I don't understand one line. What does "Like a has-been out to grass" mean?
    okmanekon November 05, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI don't remember this song, sad... gives me a good reason to see the movie again.
    EnduringChillon February 18, 2012   Link

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