"Blueberry Pancakes" as written by and Timothy William Thornton Edward Guy Whittaker....
I really miss your blueberry pancakes
I don't buy maple syrup in asda no more
Sunday morning cooking em up
Wearing my t-shirt, I'm lifting it up

And now I'm in the holly bush baby, the holly bush
The holly bush baby
Sitting at the table where it all began for us

And everything else is momentary and
Everything else just stops

I'll have another pint of stella please brooke
And I remember before this place was so cool and so full and
I remember you wearing a yellow t-shirt
And you had a friend, I was dying to meet her and we did
Back in the day

And now I'm in the holly bush baby, the holly bush
The holly bush baby
Sitting at the table where it all began for us

And everything else is momentary and
Everything else just stops

Everyone else is secondary
Everyone else is temporary
And I read into the letter that is filled with beauty
The beauty of what was, what is, and what won't be

Sitting at the table where it all began for us


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"Blueberry Pancakes" as written by Finian Greenall Edward Guy Whittaker

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    General CommentThe Holly Bush is a bar/pub in London.
    It seems to me that he broke up with a girl, and he misses her and "I really miss your blueberry pancakes"
    he sits "at the table where it all began for us" and remember "before this place was so cool and so full and I remember you wearing a yellow t-shirt". He misses those days and drinks to ease his pain "I'll have another pint of Stella please"

    wonderful song, and wonderfully written about a break up
    i love the
    "And everything else is momentary and
    Everything else just stops
    Everyone else is secondary
    Everyone else is temporary
    and I read into the letter that is filled with beauty
    the beauty of what was, what is, and what won't be
    bigmaconthetrackon July 03, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWow. I'm just in awe. This is really lovely. I can't stop listening to it. It feels like love in real life- the mention of asda- rather than sickly sweet love songs that go no where.
    I love it.
    paperchampionon July 23, 2009   Link

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