You wore my shirt beside the ocean
Your eyes were serious, the air was blue
And I've relived
That simple notion
When you're young
Doesn't make it any less true

Jane, I still feel the same
You were a good thing
You were a good thing
In a world gone wrong

All the cars on the boulevard
Watch the taillights disappear
And all the days that I've been sleeping through
Wake to remind me that you're still not here
And you'll never be again

You were a good thing
You were a good thing
In a world gone wrong

It's been four years
It feels like a hundred
Another world
A lifetime ago
I'm living on Jupiter
I couldn't feel stupider
But I know
What I know

Jane, I still feel the same
You were a good thing
You were a good thing
In a world gone wrong

You were a good thing
You were a good thing
In a world gone wrong


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    General CommentBeautiful song.

    Basically, about a relationship that ends, but the guy is extremely nostalgic for what the girl represented to him: the goodness in an otherwise cruel world.
    Georgefan889on March 14, 2010   Link

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