Dance Music For Nerds


Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
6/19/2007, 4:31 pm
Filed under: Frustrations, Music, Nostalgia, Spirituality

Track 2, “Catch”, everyone sing along:

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Yeah I know you remind me of
A girl I think I used to know
Yeah I’d see her when the days got colder
On those days when it felt like snow

You know I even think that she stared like you
She used to just stand there and stare
And roll her eyes right up to heaven
And make like I just wasn’t there

And she used to fall down a lot
That girl was always falling
Again and again
And I used to sometimes try to catch her
But never even caught her name

And sometimes we would spend the night
Just rolling about on the floor
And I remember even though it felt soft at the time
I always used to wake up sore…

You know I even think that she smiled like you
She used to just stand there and smile
And her eyes would go all sort of far away
And stay like that for quite a while

And I remember she used to fall down a lot
That girl was always falling
Again and again
And I used to sometimes try to catch her
But never even caught her name

Yes I sometimes even tried to catch her
But never even caught her name

And now lets skip to track 15, “The Perfect Girl”:

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You’re such a strange girl
I think you come from another world
You’re such a strange girl
I really don’t understand a word
You’re such a strange girl
I’d like to shake you around and around
You’re such a strange girl
I’d like to turn you
All upside down
You’re such a
Strange girl
The way you look like you do
You’re such a strange girl
I want
To be with you

I think i’m falling
I think i’m falling in
I think i’m falling in love with you
With you

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