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And we're glad glad glad that you're alive

And we're glad glad glad that you'll arrive

And we're glad glad glad glad glad glad glad

And we're glad glad glad that you're a glide

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    General Commentfunky little nice tune (even though the coventry version kind of sucks, though emotional)
    deathbearon May 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI can't help but be reminded of Cream's "I'm so glad" everytime i listen to this song, as different as the two songs are.
    lightoftheworldon January 21, 2008   Link
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    TranslationOK. I think I've got it. I figured it out while driving my iMiev around today and listening to "Pickin' on Phish." Celtic guitar composition. In Ireland, especially the North (I've been there), I'm pretty sure "GLAD" is pronounced....... well, "GLIDE." There's a dipthong in the word. Try it! Say in an Irish/ East London accent.

    Picture Trey having written the basic cheerful Celtic style guitar song and having "Glad" as a working title. Add a linguistically minded person or the band or whoever goofing on the title in an Irish accent while putting the full band arrangement together, and there you go.

    The nonsense about being glad that you're a glide fits.

    The part about arriving and being alive always had me thinking about driving to shows safely and soberly, or at least reasonably so.
    joejefferyCTon August 15, 2013   Link
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    General Commentthis song is nothing more than phonetics...the words gLide and gLad are both "glides" (look it up and ALL will be revealed)
    THEOTHR1on August 08, 2014   Link

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