"In Love" as written by and Folds/southern....
I could have
I might have
I thought,
What do I know?

But for a moment,
There was a minute
I thought just for a second
Maybe, it, was

Could have been
Might have been
I thought for a moment it

Too bad,
Sorry about that

Could have been
Might have been
Feel bad about that


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    General CommentHere are the background lyrics:

    Oleander holly
    Crimson feed of thalia
    Beautiful to hold me, my baby
    the only one who really understands me

    Floating hand and hand we
    whisper in the moonlight
    and say that i'm
    the things you want to see

    Coda and her star child

    Goddess of the moonlight
    hold me in the morning
    and tell me I'm the only one alive
    who really understands you

    Tell me pretty stories
    Say you understand me, my baby
    the things you want to see
    that I could never be

    In Love...
    In Love...

    Hold me in morning
    Tell me pretty stories
    Say that your the only one, my baby
    But I could never be

    In Love...
    In Love...

    Oleander holly
    Crimson feed of thalia
    beautiful to hold me, my baby
    the only one who really understands me
    Redlighton June 01, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSo..the lyrics are beautiful and then William Shatner is speaking it? I'd much rather have Ben Folds singing it. It lacks emotion, makes me laugh rather than touch me like Ben Folds other songs. It's just, crazy!
    ImagineJLennonGHon February 22, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyes! i love this sonG! willian shatner is THE man.
    whitegreenroomon May 05, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is a cool song...i love the last song...that's how i feel about everyone in my life...like no one really knows me, they all just see what they want to see, hear what they want to hear, no matter what i'm saying, it's like no one i know ever gets all of it...and they dont care enough to try...it's so odd...
    TurtleBabyon May 18, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThough most of this song is William Shatner blabbing on, it all adds up to a disgruntled male at the end of a relationship we would see a lot in these days. The chick is some new age emotional person, trying to figure Billy out... and he's just playing a lot with it, because he wants some loving.
    Me and my cousin used to "say" along to this song on the bus. It was kind of scary that we knew all the words.
    Quazackon October 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentShatner, shatner, shatner....
    I hear ben's doing some more work with him on the next album! goody!
    benfoldsfanon May 12, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentEven if William Shatner's previous attempts at songs were somewhat shitty, this one certainly digs him out of the hole he was once in.

    It is beautiful.
    psycho78on June 06, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI like it. I wish more people would do what Shatner does, or Shatner would do what he did with Common People and LSD more often. I think in some ways it has more emotion than plain singing, because, seriously, when i'm emotional, I don't go and sing it all out. Usually...
    myeh_manon March 15, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentShatner and Folds...*drools*
    the_fredinatoron August 12, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think the background lyric "Crimson feed of thalia" is actually "Crimson feet of Kali."

    From Wikipedia, Kali is "a Hindu goddess associated with death and destruction. Despite her negative connotations, she is not actually the goddess of death, but rather of Time and Change." The crimson feet alludes to the blood of Shiva, on whose dead body she stands.

    Deep, man!
    abirataon August 04, 2008   Link

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