"Darkest Side of Houston's Finest Day" as written by and Justin Furstenfeld....
He's scared
Her ship arrived and came in yesterday
The darkest side of Houston's finest day
You fell alseep, my love
And I fantasize
That the wind blew harder than it ever did
This song we started, will it ever end
You fell alseep again

Well goodbye
With shaking hands I dropped it instantly
Then kicked the phone and stood invincibly
Oh, then started to cry
But I'm twenty now
And I wanna see my nineteenth year again
Hold on to me, you are the closest thing I've ever had
To a real friend
To a real friend, friend, friend



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"Darkest Side of Houston's Finest Day" as written by Justin S Furstenfeld

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    General CommentBut I'm twenty now.
    I want to see my nineteenth year again.

    I know what that's like
    S0LIPSISTon March 12, 2008   Link
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    Song Meaning*DISCLAIMER* I have just obtained a copy of Justin Furstenfeld's book Crazy Making. It's not very detailed, but it contains all the lyrics to all current (The Answers - Approaching Normal) Blue October songs, and his inspiration behind them. As I said, it's not very detailed, but it's his words on every Blue October song that is in the book. I know everyone interprets a song differently from everyone else, but having the original intent behind the song will be helpful to people who don't fully understand a song. Also, any grammatical errors are not made by me, I'm putting down Justin's words exactly how he writes them. So yea... enjoy :)

    Darkest Side of Houston's Finest Day: "She Made Houston dark and mysterious. A feel mood song. The feel of a shipyard at night."
    marquptonon June 04, 2011   Link
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    General CommentGreat song...unreal album
    mikeisagodd21on June 22, 2016   Link

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