"Blue and Gold Print" as written by Kori Gardner Hammel and Jason Edward Hammel....
So long, lost loves
I haven't forgotten you, just yet
I hung your picture before I knew, next to scenes set in golden hues
Your face, still drifting inside my head
The weight is gone, heavy words that I could have said
I sang instead when other girls only cried
I called it grace
I am a mindless child
But I said: He's treating me right
You're gone
What's left?
Memories of greater days just bang

Look on, you say
Build together the obvious clues
Taught you: skip the series of laid out rules
Go sing outside, as clouds raining spark the night
That's how we met
Was it the greatest day of this life?
I said: (S)he's treating me right
We're just a little bit lost inside our houses
We're just a little unkept out in the streets
But I won't ever pass up a second to tell you replacement's a myth
'Cause I know when the kids are all grown we will still have this blue and gold print


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"Blue and Gold Print" as written by Kori Gardner Hammel Jason Edward Hammel

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  • +1
    General CommentThis song is so sad and beautiful...
    The words "replacement's a myth" (which are the correct ones) explain everything: you can find someone new and be fine, yet it will never be as it was before, cos you've already met the love of your life and you've lost them.
    So now you can't complain, because s/he is treating you right, but somehow you feel "a little bit lost" because there's something that's sorely missing. But you can't go back and the only thing you can do is treasure the memories you have.
    mikolon January 15, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI tried to correct these.

    So long, lost loves
    I haven't forgotten you, just yet.
    I hung your picture before I knew next to scenes set in golden hues.
    Your face, still drifting inside my head.
    The weight is gone, heavy words that I could have said.
    I sang instead when other girls only cried
    I call it grace, I am a mindless child.

    But I said, he's treating me right.
    I said, he's treating me right.

    You're gone, what's left?
    Memories of greater days just hang.
    Look on, you say. Build together the obvious clues.
    Taught you, skip the series of laid out rules.
    Go sing outside as the clouds raining spark the night.
    That's how we met, was it the greatest day of this life?

    I said, he's treating me right.
    I said, he's treating me right.

    We're just a little bit lost inside our houses,
    We're just a little unkept out in the streets.
    But I won't ever pass up a second to tell you replacement's a myth
    'Cause I know when the kids are all grown we will still have this blue and gold print.

    He's treating me right.
    I know he's treating me right.

    We're just a little bit lost (he's treating me right)
    But I won't ever pass up a second to tell you replacement's a myth
    We're just a little bit lost (he's treating me right)
    Cause I know when the kids are all grown we will still have this blue and gold print
    wenightswamon February 07, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General Commentit's "but together the obvious clues"
    and "go sing outside"
    let uss be freeon May 26, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is epic.
    I haven't really analyzed what it is about yet.
    drunkcowon July 12, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsomeone needs to figure out what this song means, stat. because i am obsessed and i want to know about the blue and gold print and how it might apply to my life.
    hab204on December 29, 2011   Link

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