"156 (HtWIWM version)" as written by and Bo Rune Madsen Jonas Bjerre Terkelsboel....
From my boat I can see your house
And when the lights are off
I can watch you move
Hear the wind whispering your name

Twice the encouragement
Of the real you
Callie if you really want me to
I can always get you down

If you get the money for me
Callie in the summer rain
You will be kept dry you see
If you got the money for me

Making amends for distant wrong
Sincere
You can run away
Leave your books behind you

But you should look back twise
Just to be on the save side
From my boat I can see your house
But now the lights are off

And there is no one home
You are just like an avalanche
Cold as I might have guessed
But at least I'm covered up for now

In a big, big way
I am really small
I get off my feet
But I'm still distant

Don't you just love goodbyes?
Callie let us get it over with
I can always get you down
If you got the money for me

Callie in the summer rain
You will be kept dry you see
If you got the money for me
Most of our lives we try so hard

To find the time
I won't care for you
Like I'm really supposed to
There are things I'll do

That could really hurt you
Don't you just love goodbyes?
156


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"156" as written by Johan Haslund Wohlert Bo Rune Madsen

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    General CommentI know some people like this version better but I don't. The new version adds to the creepy aspect of this song and is just more put together. The part I do like is the line "Time to burn" and how you can hear the little voices saying things in the background more clearly.
    ComicalBirdon April 16, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI agree! I don't like this one more either, I like the other better.
    Although I like the "time to burn" line. That's awesome.
    The feeling is better constructed with the other version.
    HWOntoFireon May 07, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt's probably because I heard this version before the Frengers version, but I like this one better.
    everythinginitsrightplaceon August 09, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about losing someone to drugs, I think, either physically by means of death or emotionally by detachment from a former relationship...

    further proven by the "time to burn" in this version. of course it's only my interpretation but it holds strong for me.
    AlecsPenon August 15, 2010   Link

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