"Magic Hour" as written by and Gillian Lisee Eric Johnson....
I'll wait 'til I see a cloud shaped like the Garden State
And little stars are cars at turnpike gates
And the moon is Delaware
I'll wait, I'll wait 'til the magic hour
Go and find myself the biggest tree
Cut it down and count the rings
Time was once
When there was rustling in the reeds
Tiny tumbleweeds, pigeons on the porch
And there was dumb love fallers
Carpet crawlers spinning in the deck
I'll wait for the magic hour, I will wait
I made this song because I made you stay
And I will always love you

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"Magic Hour" as written by Gillian Lisee Eric D. Johnson

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    General Commenti'm pretty sure he says i made this song because i made mistakes.
    cactusfeatherson November 28, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe Magic Hour is the first and last hour of sunlight in the day; the perfect time to take pictures or shoot a shot. A cinematographer's or photographer's thing.
    Doublewireon November 25, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti think this might've been written about a man who first thought of people who were in love as 'dumb lover fallers' but later recounts all the things he did for a certain girl, so he says "And I will always love you".. i don't know what the 'magic hour' would be.
    but anyways, this is a pretty little song.
    vulgaron March 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe "magic hour" can mean a few different things. It can also be the hour just before sunlight, in a hunting sense -- the hour when things are waking up, but you still have the cover of darkness. It can also refer to the time of night when the lights are dimmest and the moon is either setting, or out of the way, when the stars are easiest to see. This last meaning is the one I like to think he's referring to.
    HopeSoForYouon February 26, 2012   Link

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