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Old 09-18-2004, 09:10 AM   #1
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UL Song of the Day Sept. 18, 2004

Today's song is Weezer's "Only in Dreams." The bassline that sets up the song is utterly amazing, it's simple but just effective enough to stay with you long after the song is over (some 8 and a half minutes, 15 when I saw them live). It's not a complicated song in terms of lyrics, it's just that sort of shy awkward crush song. It, like all Weezer songs, is a hell of a lot of fun to sing along to, and a geek love song par excellance.

You can't resist her
She's in your bones
She is your marrow
And your ride home
You can't avoid her
She's in the air
In between molecules
Of oxygen and carbon dioxide
Only in dreams
We see what it means
Reach out our hands
Hold on to hers
But when we wake
It's all been erased
And so it seems
Only in dreams
You walk up to her
Ask her to dance
She says "hey baby
I just might take the chance"
You say "It's a good thing
That you float in the air
That way there's no way
I will crush your pretty toenails into a thousand pieces."
Only in dreams.

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