"My Dead Friend" as written by and Jeff/sughrue Heiskell....
There were fireflies keeping the moon company
I was listening to Ricky Lee, some song about sad young men
CHORUS
A chainsaw buzzed when I died
I cried seven minutes for you, seven long drawn sixty-second sobs
Grief, a simple thing; add water to the sorrow and wait
Darkness precipitate, ruin my room and wet my face
CHORUS
Is it really funny how time flies by?
You'd know that better than I, my dead friend
Stepping out the door, through the trees
A single light
ANd I heard the sound, some greatness crashing down over the rise
CHORUS
Is it really funny how time flies by?
You'd know better than I, my dead friend
Ice skating in an hour glass, waiting for it all to pas
My dead friend
CHORUS


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"My Dead Friend" as written by Ed Winters Dave Jenkins

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    General CommentThis was the first song of theirs that I ever heard and I fell in love with it. hmm well I guess this song is basically about how short life is. I like the part about "Ice skating in an hour glass, waiting for it all to pass" - we are all prisoners to time...
    strangersatelliteon August 30, 2007   Link

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