Sometimes I cry when I get sad
I guess it's true what they say
Emotional baby boy, emotional man
Emotional baby boy, emotional man, emotional man, emotional man
I am emotional

I wish we were forever lying on the Santa Monica beach
Drinking Tecate 24oz underneath the stars
Being the superior couple, loving who I am cause what we are
I wanna confess it in a whisper that's just loud enough to make out
I want you to listen from the kitchen to me confessing on the couch
I wanna be stronger than your dad was for your mom
I wanna be stronger than your dad was for your mom

Where I'm standing there is a cool, cool breeze
Heavenly bodies make the devil a little uncomfortable
I guess there are some things I was just born to be
Emotional baby boy, emotional man
Emotional baby boy, emotional man, emotional man, emotional man
I am emotional

It's such a big city
I feel so stupid thinking I might see you if I wander around
If I do the things we used to do together and we were on the same level
You'd be doing them as well
There's something about drowning I can't shake
Or someone dying anyway

I wanna confess it in a whisper that's just loud enough to make out
I want you to listen from the kitchen to me confessing on the couch
I wanna be stronger than your dad was for your mom
I wanna be stronger than your dad was for your mom

From where I'm standing there is a cool, cool breeze
From where I'm standing there is a cool, cool breeze

Emotional baby boy, emotional man
Emotional baby boy, emotional man, emotional man, emotional man


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    General Commentthe song is about a death of a friend from downing. he is reminiscing about all the fun things they did together. the memories, while great, still bring him to tears. and he wishes he could handle the sad, yet very hard, situation better than the friend's dad did.
    lactateon July 24, 2013   Link

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