By the house that you call home
Lie the evil and the scared
Pass the saints through heavn's gates
We could hide out there
On the Highland borderline
Brings us back when we were kids
Picutres of our dead loved ones
The night is young so don't be scared
I've known you all my life tonight...
And I won't let that go
I've known you all my life tonight
I am the bastard beneath the June
I am the lie within the truth
And the owl will watch over you
Let him sing tu-whitt tu-whoo
I've loved you all my life tonight...
And I won't let that go
I've loved you all my life tonight


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    General Commentof all the anniversary songs i heard...this is my absolute favorite.
    theartistsleisureon June 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyeaa i love this song! its just really beatiful. besides sweet marie and to never die young...this song is so awesome. i think this song might be about looking back on your past and how much you may have shared with someone without even knowing it.
    Perfctionthrusilencon June 29, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is an okay song (my fave on her majesty), but i am still at a loss as to exactly how anyone could listen to her majesty after designing a nervous breakdown and not cry tears of disappointment. i know it is a real indie elitist thing to say "their old stuff was way better," but it is more true [in my opinion] for the anniversary than any other band i have ever heard... for real.
    wade boggson July 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthe anniversary is an awesome !! but im dying of curiosity to find out what this song is all bout? :( its such a goood song and i don know what it means
    please help me!!!
    -JoN.G.
    AIM: iamthepooman
    :) thursday :)on July 22, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song reminds me of being in brownies, with Brown Owl and Snowy Owl and the way we'd all have to yell "tu-whitt... tu-whitt... tu-WHOOOOOOOO!" when we went to sit down.
    euphonyon June 12, 2003   Link
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    General Commentalot of anniversary songs sound like childhood memories and death. Especially this one
    INKboYaNoNymouson April 10, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthe title is a reference to a line in Samuel Coleridge's "Christabel".
    icicleson April 28, 2007   Link

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