"Be Good or Be Gone" as written by and Fionn Regan....
If you happen to read this, Rose was born
Child actress, on the fifth day of the snow
Be good or be gone
Be good or be, be gone

The range is staggering, movement and timing
Frame by frame it did unfold
Be good or be gone
Be good or be, be gone

I'll read to you on Saturdays, museum has closed down
Sell all your things at the end of the drive
Be good or be gone
Be good or be, be gone

I have become an aerial view
Of a coastal town that you once knew
Be good or be gone
Be good or be, be gone

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"Be Good or Be Gone" as written by Fionn Regan


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    General Commenti think it's just...this has-been child actress, and all she has left is this story of her life...and the only person around to tell it to is the singer.
    i get the idea that the phrase "be good or be gone" is the motto of the woman, her life was good, she wants the world to know.

    the second verse, "the range is staggering movement and timing, frame by frame it did unfold" is talking about a film? an old film that she was in, the movement/sound are staggered coz it's so old. and...kind of comparing the film to the woman is what i got from it.

    i really like fionn regan's guitar. sweet.
    luey_babyon September 13, 2007   Link

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