"Little Lies" as written by Christine Mcvie and Eddy Quintela Mendonca....
Everything is beautiful
Cotton fields, the open road
Your radio plays a song
We both know, we don't sing along

La la la la la la
These little lies
La la la la la la
These little lies
These little lies

Words can be daffodils
Or a fire in an open field
I'm sitting here in the ash
Stupid words, I can't take back

La la la la la la
These little lies
La la la la la la
These little lies
These little lies

There's a devil on my shoulder, babe
And I believe too many things he says
I'm fighting these fears as I find the truth
And I'm sorry for hurting you

La la la la la la
These little lies
La la la la la la
These little lies


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"Little Lies" as written by Eddy Quintela Mendonca Christine Mcvie

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    My Interpretationahhhhh i am so madly in love with this song. at first i didn't quite understand it, but after listening to it a few times more, i think i figured it out. it's pretty self explanatory when you think about it... which is sort of contradicting, hahaha.

    anywho, my interpretation is that it's about this guy who wanted to protect his girlfriend, but in doing so, he lied, thinking it would protect her. they sit in the car in silence because of this, passing all this beauty that they can't even comprehend because of their broken relationship. he wishes he could take it all back. he's sorry for hurting her and he knows he shouldn't have listened to the voice in his head because it was wrong, but he knows he can't take it back. in the beginning, it mentions a song they both know but don't sing along with--that tells me that they're amidst a disquietude.

    it's a pretty sad song but it is so beautiful.
    shewasaplainjaneon August 17, 2010   Link

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