"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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    Song Meaningi think it means that

    she isnt in love anymore, she hasnt got the feelings that she is in love anymore.
    and that is not normal for her, she is confused, she feels weird and needs to think about it.
    and eventually when she has thought about it, she realised that waiting for ''just another guy'' wont be it. because the guy she's with isnt just 'another' guy. he is special. she might not be
    'in love' anymore. but she still love's him.

    when 'being in love' (the euphoric on-top of the world feeling) ends
    true love can start.

    its personally, the only type of love i care about.
    that will make you see the truth about someone.
    no one is perfect, but you love them for who they are. and even tho you
    dont have the on-top of the world feeling anymore.
    you feel safe, secure and loved.

    every relationship has to go through this phase.
    this is where certain relationships end, and where other relationships truly begin.
    nitriaon August 06, 2011   Link

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