Here's the one you
Cannot run from
It's everywhere you go
So go numb
Lift your head to see
It's all gone
Now lie there wondering
What have you done

Hello - to my hollow one
With a halo
Offer up a scene that
Can't be seen
Fool me in all my love

Here's the one I
Cannot run from
It smothers me and
Makes me go numb
Now you're finding that
You need some
Just pull the sheet
Above your head now

Hello - To my hollow one
With a halo
Offer up a scene that
Can't be seen - fool me

I see a angel in thee
Sent from beyond
To entertain me

Fool me - I have believed
In all of the things you do-
They're all for you

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    OK, first of all, please don't slam Dogstar. No, they were not the best most perfect group in the world, but they did TRY for a while. And say what you will, Keanu Reeves' bass playing is just fine. Give these guys a break, wontcha?

    First I want to comment on Bret Domrose's lyrics. I really do like them a lot. He seems to put a lot of thought into what he says, and he can turn a phrase nicely. I love "Hello to my hollow one with a halo." What an amazing phrase! I love singing it! His lyrics are not mystical or filled with hidden meanings...he is direct, sometimes to the point of seeming too simplistic. But if you listen to this (and some of the other songs on the album) enough, you get it -- and you get him.

    While other songs on the Happy Ending album could stand a bit of improvement (or perhaps a tad more musical originality), this one really stands out, along with "Corner Store", "Slipping Down," and Washington.

    MusicLover44on November 04, 2004   Link

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