"A Girl, A Boy, and a Graveyard" as written by and Jeremy Matthew Messersmith....
Lucy takes the long way home
Meets me in a field of stone
She says I don't know how I'm supposed to feel
My body's cold but guts a twist in steel

And I feel like I'm some kind of Frankenstein
Waiting for a shock to bring me back to life
But I don't wanna spend all my time
Waiting for lighting to strike

So underneath the concrete sky
Lucy puts her hand in mine
She says life's a game we are meant to lose
Stick by me and I with stick by you

'Cause I'm like a princess waiting in a castle high
Waiting for a kiss to bring me back to life
But I don't wanna spend my time
Waiting for just another guy

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"A Girl, A Boy, And A Graveyard" as written by Jeremy Matthew Messersmith

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    My Interpretationi feel that this song speaks of a deeply committed love, that upon doubt, is being reaffirmed.

    its as if within this hopelessly romantic love, there had been faults by one - or both - that seemed beyond repair. yet this was met with the realization that the lover's broken heart was only able to be mended by the one they are with. their history, their story, and their deep love for each other is the only love worth fighting for. no one else could be worth it.

    bittersweetismon April 22, 2011   Link

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