(Matt Embrees solo project, Love You Moon)

Every time i used to hang out with her, I would close my eyes and smile.
Sprawl out and say I love that girl, I was just a little schoolboy.
Afraid to shatter that one way move, for the essence of my youth.
Take the brunt of reality.

Knocked out like a punch to the jaw.
Not so long ago I ran into her, she lives with one of my friends now.
He loves her and she loves him, and part of me still that little schoolboy.
We talked all night of attitude and the way we used to be.
Sun came up and it was time for me to sleep.

Waved goodbye to them and went upstairs, just to fling my poor head down.
Just before i fell asleep i saw the door open and it was her.
She had the stotchy of, chokes in her eyes.
She layed down next to me,
And held me between her breath, whispered into my ear "I love you boy".
I wispered back "Oh i still love you too".
I meant it and she got up and left. (Oooooooooooooh Ooooooooh Oooh)

I layed there barley breathing, embracing the silence.



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    General Commenta few corrections, at least from what i tend to hear.. a lot of the song is easier to hear from "Matt's Love and Loss" from his acoustic set a few years back

    "every time i used to hangup with her"

    "Afraid to shatter that one way mirror"

    "we talked all night about tattoos and the way we used to be"

    "just to lay my poor head down"

    "she had nostalgia, and chokes in her eyes"

    Definitely one of my favorites from his solo stuff.
    aecteron November 06, 2008   Link

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