@Kahiara Actually I think the husband passed away, "She sang for you last night She heard you were calling" Many people say they have felt, heard, or seen their loved ones after they have passed. "Don't be scared now Close your eyes She holds guard tonight Go on forward no remorse Life will take it's course" This is said to the late husband by a third part (never named), who encourages him to pass on. Because life will eventually continue. The phrase "holds guard" refers to the ( en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… ) which is a Christian ceremony held after someone dies. Now it is usually held right after the funeral, but in most celtiic countries the wake is held before the funeral. "She danced with you last night so you will remember All you have shared, a lifetime." This sentence feels as if the only thing it wants to convey is their history together, namely, husband and wife. For the rest it just refers back to the first verse.
This one's for the fuzz-pop kids today. to kill a Saturday. lost in a daydream. in spite of everything. candy coated sparkle haze that sends me away. I'm a million times gone. until the suns sets for the last time. until the ocean burns. I won't fall asleep in this old house. saccharin in my veins. these days go by and no one really knows how to do the real math, the real chemistry. and when the world blows up, I'll hold your hand when the big bomb drops, I'll hold your hand because you rock.
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