"P.S. You Rock My World" as written by and Mark O. Everett....
I was at a funeral the day I realized
I wanted to spend my life with you
Sitting doen on the steps at the old post office
The flag was flying at half-mast
And I was thinkin' 'bout how everyone is dying
And maybe it's time to live

I don't know where we're going
I don't know what we'll do

Walked in to the Thrif-tee
Saw the man with the hollow eyes who didn't give me all the change
But it didn't bother me this time 'cause I know I've only got this moment
I went to the gas station
Old woman honked her horn
Waiting for me to fix her car

I don't know where we're going
I don't know what we'll do

Laying in bed tonight I was thinking
And listening to all the dogs
And the sirens and the shots
And how a careful man tries
To dodge the bullets
While a happy man takes a walk

And maybe it's time to live


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"P.S. You Rock My World" as written by Mark O. Everett

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    General CommentI think it important that this song is at the very end of the cd. After the rest of the album plays out his grief, this song is hopeful that life can go on. It is hard to allow yourself love and happiness when you are in mourning, and this song catches the moments of him realizing that at some point you have to move on- because the whole world doesn't stop for your pain.

    "And maybe it's time to live" --- The final lines of the cd... No matter how much pain you are it, and how much you want it to all be over, at some point you have to decide to live- not just exist.
    loreleirosellaon March 18, 2009   Link

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