Hallelujah!-- the sun is in my eyes, on my face. The air is hot with heaviness, and weighted and waiting for something to unfold. Hallelujah!-the sun is on our backs at last. It's been a long day driving past grain towers, telephone poles-- and have you ever seen so beautiful a sight, as the way the sun lays down without a fight? Sometimes, I get lost in here (and it takes a while to find me).


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    General CommentI want to be able to explain, in such an exceptionally poetic way, what I'm thinking.
    chrisozon October 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentTo me this song is like a beautiful day outside, and all you can do is let it grace you with it's glory. There's an anticipation in the air, and also a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. Then before you know it, the day's almost over, and still, all you can do is admire the beauty of a beautiful day dissipating.
    mistercrinkleson May 11, 2006   Link

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