"Memory & Honesty" as written by and Meredith Marie Godreau....
I had a dream, it was lasting
It lasted the whole next day
I dreamt you had left me
And when I woke the mirror said to me
Maybe it's true, it could be true

You were caring, you had honest eyes
You were perfect, the perfect surprise
Till your hands crept up my chest
And gained a stronghold on my neck
You said baby it's true, I'm leaving you

I had a dream, it was lasting
It lasted the whole next day
I dreamt you had left me
And when I woke the mirror said to me
Maybe it's true, it could be true




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"Memory and Honesty" as written by Meredith Marie Godreau

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    My InterpretationHonestly, I think this has literal meaning.
    When you really like someone and they leave you, the next day you wake up hoping it was all just a bad dream.
    She talks about the 'dream' lasting the whole next day, meaning she is imagining this whole bad situation is only a dream and that she'll eventually wake up. She goes about the day thinking and hoping that she's gonna wake up from this and find out it's not real.
    The mirror is her doubt, it's telling her maybe it is true and you aren't dreaming.
    The significance of him touching her is to prove that she is in fact awake.

    Also, I think it's "and gave a stronghold on my neck" not "and gave strongly around me".
    allthedeaddearson December 08, 2010   Link
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    General Comment:/ this is scary and surreal because it can happen to anyone at any time in their relationship.
    charcoalsketchon February 09, 2009   Link
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    General Commentabout feeling insecure in a relationship, yo...
    the mirror said to me, she's referring to how she thinks she's ugly.
    AlecsPenon August 27, 2009   Link
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    General CommentDreams can be so real, gets scary.
    hateme.on April 07, 2010   Link

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