A monody in modern literature is a specific type of poem in which an individual mourns another's death. In Greek literature, a monody is a tragic poetic verse sung by an individual rather than a...
Summer in the hills
Those hazy days I do remember
We were running still
Had the whole world at our feet
Watching seasons change
Our roads were lined with adventure
Mountains in the way
Couldn't keep us from the sea
Here we stand, open arms
This is home, where we are
Ever strong, in the world that we made
I still hear you in the breeze
See your shadows in the trees
Holding on, memories never change


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Monody (feat. Laura Brehm) song meanings
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    My InterpretationI think it is referring to a friend or best friend who died or moved away, or just stopped hanging out and they miss them. I relate with this interpretation.
    Analyzeron June 16, 2017   Link

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