So what's the word, are you coming home for Easter?
I hadn't heard since the last I spoke to Mother.
I love you too. I know things get so busy.
I guess I'll just have to come to the city.

Now that you're married to you think it has changed you?
She's oh such a lovely girl (oh such a lovely girl)
and you say that everyone keeps thinking I'm the same man from
before I met her (everyone thinks I'm the same man everyone thinks)

Part 1: Now you're going to graduate school graduate school
Part 2: Plan your family plan your family nieces and nephews, nieces and nephews, nieces
Part 3: The sun is setting on the bay and the wedding it's a lovely lovely ceremony

The east coast the holy ghost, the microphones, the heavenly
host all singing over you. Watching over you.


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    Song MeaningThere's so many ways to interpret this song. Part of me wants to say it's about the dynamics between a younger brother and an older brother. The other part of me wants to go to the cliche of it being about a girl, an ex-girlfriend to be exact. Either way, beautiful song.
    coolhandalexon February 26, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningThere's so many ways to interpret this song. Part of me wants to say it's about the dynamics between a younger brother and an older brother. The other part of me wants to go to the cliche of it being about a girl, an ex-girlfriend to be exact. Either way, beautiful song.
    coolhandalexon February 26, 2011   Link

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