Black procession in the rain, lovely brand new hearse
Everyone cries, everyone cares, or maybe just pretends

Oh, it's your big moment, by the way

Cold of heart, indifference
Though they were your best friends
Tears and flowers from the one you never would expect

Oh, it's your big moment, by the way
Would you like to tell them something?

Do you remember what you said when I looked into your eyes for the first time?
I know you're not quite ready yet, but there's nothing to be afraid of
In your Summerland

On the wall in the waiting room, still life in a frame
At the end of the corridor, someone screams your name

Oh, it's your big moment, by the way
Would you like to tell them something?

Do you remember what you said when I looked into your eyes for the first time?
I know you're not quite ready yet, but there's nothing to be afraid of
In your Summerland
Your Summerland


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    General CommentAppears to be about the death of a loved one in a hospital. ("waiting room", "corridor" etc.)

    If not for the start I would almost have thought it was about the birth of a child, but assuming that the Summerland is 'death' (perhaps heaven or the like?)
    sokornyon October 01, 2015   Link

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