I thought of you all of the time
And then I knew that you were mine
I see your house has gone away
And all the things inside too
I just wanted to know your name
It wasn't like your faded smile

Your eyes are warm still inside you just escaped
So let me turn around to you
And turn your faded self away

All of the things inside you fade
I see your house and you know me

I thought of you when wakening

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    Now I know about the lyrics. Thanks. <a href="spanishdictionary.cc/">spanish dictionary</a>

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    Well, the lyrics seem to convey a mix of emotions, including longing, introspection, and a sense of loss or change. The repeated mention of thinking about someone and the desire to know their name suggests a personal connection or attraction.

    The mention of a house that has "gone away" and the fading of things inside creates vivid imagery of change or disappearance. This imagery can symbolize the passing of time or the impermanence of certain aspects of life.

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    enblotchedon December 27, 2023   Link

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