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I too hear this song differently now that I'm older. As a young teen, I was certaia n this was a wedding song. However, I now hear it differently. I think it's more of a romantic fling get-away for a young couple who, back in the late 60s and early 70s, might feel compelled to dress and act like a married couple in order to obtain a motel room. Hence, the "dressed up in our rings". However, immediately following, is the verse "and then we'll move on". Sounds like a tryst to me. Perhaps my new interpretation is color by finally having viewed the movie from whence the song came, "The Sterile Cuckoo". In any case, it's a beautiful,timeless song, done perfectly by the Sandpipers.
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