I hear you crack backs
I hear you paint pictures of Mexican revolutions
this will be over soon
this will be over soon
this will be over soon

I hear you crack backs
I hear you paint pictures of Mexican revolutions
this will be over soon
this will be over soon

so let me hear your heartbeat
let me hear your heartbeat
the house is empty
I can't make it to the bathroom sink alone

I think that I am dying
and I need someone to say
Liz, close your eyes you'll wake up
tomorrow, I promise

I think that I am dying
and I need someone to say
Liz, close your eyes you'll wake up tomorrow
I promise

I think that I am dying
and I need someone to say
Liz, close your eyes you'll wake up tomorrow
I promise

two weeks till the Midwest
we stay completely still
keep looking straight on
do you think I'm pretty?
do you want to kiss me yet?

keep looking straight on
do you want to kiss me yet?


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    General CommentThis song is so sweet.

    The meaning of this is either:

    a) She is dying of some kind of disease and needs someone to comfort her as the disease gets worse and she moves closer to death.
    b) She is heartbroken and needs someone to be there for her, to love her.
    avataraeraon May 07, 2011   Link

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