"Stories" as written by and Zachary Walker/hanson Hanson....
When we were young, stories were told
That I would kiss you sweet like
People said there was a connection between us
Now that we're older stories are told
Of how I hold you tight
Whenever I see those people
I tell them they were right
Stories will be told
From when our children are young
Until they're old
About our endless love
We must have had a blessing from above
Stories will be told until we're old
Stories will be told until the end of time
Stories will be told until we're old
Stories will be told until the end of time
Until the sun won't rise
Oh, let me tell you mine, let me tell you mine
It all started on 77th Street
When we were just thirteen
I had no cares at all
Until I saw you in the corner of my eye
It changed my views
It changed my whole life


Lyrics submitted by sunnybunnygirl

"Stories" as written by Taylor Hanson Isaac Hanson

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    General CommentThis song is obviously about two kids who were told all their lives that they would wind up together, and they did. They probably grew up right next door or on the same block, and he would tease her, and she would climb trees with him, and they both thought the other one had cooties, but then puberty hit and they realized that there was much more to climbing trees and playing tag and they realized that there was much more to each other.

    The stories at the beginning were probably more like prophicies, so to say, than stories. Their parents probably told each of them that they would wind up together.

    The stories closer to the end of the song are about the stories that will be told to their children about how they were childhood sweethearts, and how everyone knew they would wind up together.

    This is definitely one of my favorite Hanson songs. It's so simple, but there's so much meaning behind it.
    something_vagueon December 07, 2004   Link

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