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Empty hours pass my eyes
The floor, my checkered bed
There you stand like natures child
Unfettered by my wandering head
The night creeps on so tired
Daylight brings a fright
Another day is dawning
Will you be here tonight?
Hello, you know, goodbye
Hello, you know, goodbye
I want to drink your tear drops
When streams run into mine
When sounds that echo dear knock
My heart will beat in time
Hello, you know, goodbye
Hello, you know, goodbye
Hey there, how’s it been my dear?
You sure do look alright
I never thought we’d meet like this
Hello, you know, goodbye
Hello, you know
Hello, you know
Hello, you know, goodbye
Hello, you know, goodbye

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    UnregisteredJul 11, 2012 at 3:24 am
    Keaton simons said at a concert that it is talking about how when you love somebody and you share everything with them (live with them, etc), and you know everything about that person, but then it doesn't work out and you just go your separate ways, but then you run into each other again and it's kind of like "hey, we know everything about each other. See you later. "

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