Hello, my love.
Wasn't this trip quite fun? I think so.
Just like you. So very cute and appealing.
Will you come to England with me? We can see Belle and Sebastian!
A boy and his dog. Sound familiar?
I guess I must wait until you come and visit.
I can't wait!

(chorus)
To look for bees, climb our trees
And carve our names in three inches deep.
Dance naked to jazz, eat pounds of cake,
And sing at the top of our lungs, how fun.

Simple pleasures are the best.
As is your Beauty.
I will always be there for you.
My star, but I'm so far.

(chorus)






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    i love this song so much.. eveytime i hear it i always think of this one guy.. he would sing it to me all the time and i dont see him anymore and everytime i hear it i think of him <3 Keepsake is a good screamo band!

    Ataris gurl1233on May 23, 2002   Link
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    i hear ya, atarisgurl. this reminds me of this guy that i really liked but he lives about 9 hours away. this song is so cheer up-ey i can't see why anyone wouldn't like it. i especially love the end when he puts in some scream-o. my star, but i'm so far sigh

    dontcryemoboyon June 20, 2002   Link
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    makes me think of my girlie, happy one year baby, your boyfriend, all love, billy! check oot on here: Broken Heart University!

    xsyndeexon August 30, 2002   Link
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    Does anyone have a CD cover of one of the 4 Keepsake records please? Please help!

    bjorkellinaon September 22, 2002   Link
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    this song is so pretty..jsut the sound of it gives me goosebumps and I remember hearing this song on my bf's radio when we were at our best.

    xxemoxdorkxxon October 14, 2002   Link
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    this song is really sweet. makes me heart go woo!

    xxemoxdorkxxon March 06, 2003   Link
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    is it about disney world? i am baffled by the "belle and sebastian" reference. sigh. anyway aside from that its a great song, and keepsake is one of my favorite bands.

    aperfectxsonneton March 22, 2003   Link
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    mm i feel like a moron. belle and sebastian is a band. damn im dumb.

    aperfectxsonneton March 27, 2003   Link
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    I love this song so much. It reminds me of someone who's very special to me, and lives far away. I saw Keepsake live on 04.16.03...even though the show was kind of lame all the bands were good, and Keepsake made my night! Even though they couldn't play this song because of the newest member to the band doesn't know it yet...it was still okay. I hope to catch them again and they better play this song! :) Keepsake rocks...

    RaddestHollyon April 20, 2003   Link
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    aperfectsonnet...belle and sebastian is a band..and a boy and his dog is a referance to one of their cds

    .bright.eyed.girl.on June 05, 2003   Link

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