1984

by Honeychuck

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Show me a picture of 1984
Me and my sister standing on the steps before our front door
We are dressed in our first day of school best
I smile but she, she frowns and I can't remember the rest

And you said, you'd always be there
Should I fall
But now you're gone, and I'm surprised
I'm surprised that I remember anything at all

It was mid September when I woke to the news
We got up and we went to the hospital and we stayed there until noon
And I came home to rest my head
Then I went to church and I got down on my knees and I can't remember the rest

And you said, you'd always be there
Should I fall
But now you're gone, and I'm surprised
I'm surprised that I remember anything at all

I look into the bathroom mirror and I see your eyes
Followed by your lopsided smile
And I don't know if I, if I passed the test
All that I know is that I've done my best and I can't remember the rest

And you said, you'd always be there
Should I fall
But now you're gone, and I'm surprised
I'm surprised that I remember anything at all

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released October 23, 2009
Written by Debra Guy, performed by Honeychuck, produced by t.wesley, and appears on the EP "Life As You Know It."

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