This song has lots of little gems of imagery and feeling.
Do you believe it’s morning?
Generally speaking, I don’t want to, but that’s me.
I’m alive but that’s the last thing on my mind
This. I just don’t know how to think of it.
If our nighttime words mean good-bye
Let our morning words be kind
I like that. Not entirely sure why, but maybe it’s about making up in the morning?
Didn’t your eyes say you’d never change your mind
Didn’t my eyes say I do believe your eyes
I do believe them, I do believe your eyes
I’m reminded, of course, of Cauldette Colbert’s character’s “Swearing by [her] eyes,” but that makes this even better in some ways.
My eyes will open to the darkness
And in the darkness will be you
And in the darkness my only light is you
And in the darkness the light is in your eyes
And I just love the idea of someone being the light in our darkness. That’s very appealing to me.
Kabobbles Sing Along is just what I think when I hear songs. I sometimes see images when I hear lyrics, pictures or movies in my head. Sometimes I relate it to stories. My interpretation of the songs and lyrics are probably nothing like their original intent.