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Riding on this know-how.
Never been here before.
Peculiarly entrusted,
Possibly that's all.
Is history recorded,
Does someone have a tape?
Surely, I'm no pioneer,
Constellations stay the same.

Just a little bit of danger,
When intriguingly, our little secret,
Trusts that you trust me.
'Cause no one will ever know,
That this was happening,
So tell me why you listen,
When nobody's talking.

What is there to know?
All this is what it is.
Oh... You and me alone,
Sheer simplicity...
What is there to know?
All this is what it is.
Oh... You and me alone,
Sheer simplicity...
What is there to know?
All this is what it is.
Oh... You and me alone,
Sheer simplicity...



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    JulianaBDec 24, 2009 at 9:35 pm
    I think the song refers to someone who is in a serious relationship for the first time and is conscious of how they should be expressing their emotions and displaying their affections. The part sung by Kings of Convenience says that you need not worry about appearances when it comes to love, because the value of a relationship is innate and shouldn't depend on other people's expectations.

    -Juliana

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