You're not the sun, it's just a light
Waking early Sunday morning
You're not my church, it's just the bells
Ringing sweetly through the house
And in this sense of mine
You're not an answer, and I'm not this prayer
You're still in reach, I please myself
Wasting early Sunday morning
You're not my lead
You're just my help
Talk the edge off sheer denial
And in this state of mine
You're what I want, nothing close to what I need
I breath you in
I breath you in
I breath you in
I breath you in
Suit yourself, lose myself
Breaking early Sunday morning
You're not in the sun, you're not my church
I still hold some self-control
But in this sense of mine
I'm still too high, look no hands
I breath you in
I breath you in
I breath you in
I breath you in


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    General Commentthis song is about finally telling someone that they can't try to control or smother you even though you still love them.
    jdoodleson August 20, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about cocaine! come on people its the truth, awesome song though!
    skystaron December 30, 2004   Link
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    General Commentyeah, skystar is right it is about cocaine. too many ellusions to it "I breathe you in" yeah duh. um its also about being extremely high. i think its pretty funny and a little sad.
    A_quarter_2-9on June 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentLiam: "The title is taken from a Robert Lowell poem, but the song owes little to it. Every Sunday is less like the start of a fresh week and more like the end of another week with nothing done. The 'day or rest' is a real effort - too much time to think of nothing. It's a question of what you put your faith into get through it. Dope? Booze? Bird? (not gender specific). How do you get by? Nothing really helps."
    thornykinson July 19, 2005   Link

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