I wanna talk tonight
I wanna talk tonight
and talk tonight
I wanna talk tonight

All these years
They fell out of love
Out of love

All these years
They fell out of love
Out of love

I wanna talk tonight
I wanna talk tonight
About our love
I wanna talk tonight
And talk

All these years
They fell out of love
Out of love (out of love)

Oh...

All these years
They fell out of love
Out of love

All these years
They fell out love
Out of love

Oh...

Out of love
Out of love

Oh...
Ahhhh...

All these years
They fell out of love
Out of love

All these years
They fell out of love
Out of love

...

My love is beautiful
My love is beautiful
My love...





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    General Commentsounds like a divorce to me
    TBH14152142442on June 24, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationWhile I do somewhat agree with the previous commenter about it being about a divorce, I honestly don't 100% agree with that. Hear me out on this.

    I personally believe that this song, obviously judging by the title, is definitely a message to his mother, but still not so much. Basically, Dan's saying from his mother's point of view, that he sees her and his father falling out of love after so many years of marriage. They're essentially growing tired of each other, not only as many older married couples do, but also because their love was not true, and they married for reasons other than that they loved each other.

    At the end of the song, it goes back to Dan's standpoint in which he is saying "my love is beautiful". Basically saying that he will not make the same mistake his mother made in marrying someone she did not truly love. When he decides to get married, it will be because he truly loves the person, and for no other reason.

    That's my interpretation, but who knows what it's really about. Except for Dan, I guess. Ha.
    MilesIshmaelon October 30, 2013   Link

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