"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'm probably wrong, but this is how i interpreted the song, and it means more to me this way.

    I think someone really important to Lucy (family member, spouse, friend, etc.) has died and she is trying to get over it.
    The graveyard--she is visiting the grave of her deceased friend
    She doesn't know how she is supposed to feel because she feels empty, and wants to get back into life and enjoy it, but feels bad enjoying something without the other person there.
    She feels like she's waiting for something, but she doesn't know what
    When she talks about life and losing, she means that she is accepting that everyone has to die. she wants them to stick by each other because she feels that if you have to die, you may as well spend the time you have with people you love.
    mermy96on August 24, 2012   Link

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