"Theo B" as written by Jeremy Enigk, William Goldsmith, Dan Hoerner and Nate Mendal....
What a dream you still love me whoa,
is it my imagination?
For we reached to one against all white
left smoke in your eyes
And they were offering me good advice
Try to tie an arrow

Way on top the statue holding answers (on so…)

Let us sometimes (some time to) fly away

We're left like this Oh here in me
It's her imagination

Untie my hands so I can fly away
To another world and they
Were offering me good advice
Try to tie an arrow
Way on top the statue calling on so... (Answers)

Let us sometimes (some time to) fly away

You shut my eyes but I remain
I was staring naked to your hands
Where were you when I was calling dear

And I wear forty rings to grab appeal
I was staring naked to your hands
Where were you when I was calling, dear?

And I will have some medicine (answers)
Anyway, then you hold me, I was in the womb
You….




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"Theo B" as written by Jeremy Enigk Dan Hoerner

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    General Commenti luv this song full stop
    dougieon August 24, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is such a great song. It's a shame that there are no official lyrics, because, as you can see, these two transcriptions are very different, and considerably flawed. One cannot interpret the song until there is a consensus to the words he is singing.
    Taobethon March 03, 2005   Link
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    General Commentawesome bass line! it almost sounds like the relationship he was in had a tight leash, and she or maybe God had a time where he was let off his leash and went to far. it sounds like he's talking about being out of his element and not knowing what to do. but i dont know, great song though
    mc2210on November 13, 2007   Link

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