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Where have you been?
Do you know when you're coming back?
'Cause since you've been gone
I've got along but I've been sad
I tried to put it out for you to get
Could've, should've but you never did
Wish you wanted it a little bit
More but...

  1. anonymous
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    Apr 3rd report

    a song of perfect love and how this person lost it. they what to have hope that it was for the best but have no hope in it. its basically saying nothing perfect will ever last. there was probably never any conflict in this love “we were too close to the stars” and eventually it just didnt work out. everything was so perfect that it was too perfect.

  2. anonymous
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    Feb 3rd report

    this is a really deep song that in my Point of view its about 2 persons that were together but broke up and the person singing is still waiting for his "other half" to come Back since he never met anyone like his lover and he sees himself in her/him. he really talks about how sad he has been since the person he loved left and how he has been trying to give her/him signs for them to be together cause he desnt knows where she/he is and asks her if she/he Will acctually be Back

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