Lovers walk two-by-two,
Doing things that lovers do.
They're in love, where am I?
I see them on my way home,
How I hate to be alone.
They're in love, where am I?

I guess I have to hope
That today the sun will shine and
Maybe tomorrow you'll be mine...

'Til that day I will wait,
Watch the lovers on the lake.
They're in love, where am I?
Walk alone on lovers' lane,
Past the kisses in the rain.
They're in love, where am I?

I guess I have to hope
That today the sun will shine and
Maybe tomorrow you'll be mine...

Lovers walk two-by-two,
Doing things that lovers do.
They're in love, where am I?
They're in love, where am I?


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    General CommentI am pretty sure that this song is about a person who feels left out because all around them they see people in love, when they don't. So everytime they see "lovers walk[ing] two-by-two" they automatically think of the person they once loved and wish they could have them back.
    PunkNotPopon December 01, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningThe general meaning of this song is pretty obvious - the speaker is single, unhappily so, and seeing couples together and in love makes her/him feel sad and left out. I think the "you" in "maybe tomorrow YOU'll be mine" could be a hypothetically non-specific "you" - like, whoever it is that I'll someday love and walk hand-in-hand with and kiss in the rain. Or, it could indeed be someone that this person once loved, or someone who s/he still loves but by whom isn't loved in return.
    lesyeuxsontaveugleson February 28, 2011   Link

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