There’s a little bit of the day we met
A whole long list of my regrets
There’s a two step dance that never swings
A little bit of you in everything

The shimmering of the christmas lights
A lonely tone in the deepest night
As Nat King Cole softly sings
A little bit of you in everything

But, I don’t want to carry these old feelings anymore

There’s a little bit in the books I read
A little bit in the films I see
A little bit in those common themes
There’s a little bit of you I keep with me

The sound of a train in the empty night
A voice of a girl in the lazy lights
As Nat King Cole softly sings
A little bit of you in everything

But, I don’t want to carry these old feelings anymore
No, no, no I don’t want to be haunted by the choices I made before

Tell me one thing that’s worth saving
From this nameless generation
Give me one thing, give me one thing, give me one thing
One thing forever more

Well, there’s a little bit of the day we met
And a whole long list of my regrets
As I look out onto the airplane wing

A little bit of you in everything
A little bit of you in everything
A little bit of you in everything

Tell me one thing that’s worth saving
From this nameless generation
Give me one thing that you’ll cherish
You’ll hold onto and keep sacred
Give me one thing
One thing forever more

There’s a little bit of you in everything
Little bit of you in everything


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    General CommentThis song is about the difficulty of letting past loves go. everything you do reminds you of that one special person, that you just can't let go of.
    spunkygal35on May 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentVery cute song. Sometimes I think we should keep the past, just file it in a non-intrusive place in our hearts/heads.
    shockdelicaon January 03, 2009   Link
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    General Commentits talking about when you want to forget something but everything you see reminds you of it

    im not sure about what the bit about the "nameless generation" means
    any ideas?
    ShamOnon January 28, 2009   Link
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    General CommentArguably, this song has more depth than anything Weezer's put out since Pinkerton. Simple song, fun and wistful, about moving on and looking back at the same time.

    "Tell me one thing that's worth saving from this nameless generation" might refer to connecting to one person out of a sea of faces.
    lunaharpuaon January 29, 2009   Link

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