100 Pianos Lyrics

Michigan Lakes
Remember we moved 100 pianos
In one day
For some kind of show
My brother was M.I.A.

We met in July
I think we were swimming at the lake
When Pope Paul died
I thought to myself
'You'd make the perfect bride'

But I never could make you laugh
If I could make you laugh

Would you have stayed
When I left
I can still recall your taste
It's all I kept
That town was such a waste
But you I won't forget

When work was steady enough
And everyone wanted uprights in their basement dens
Unfinished houses they were just built right in
My mom and dad
I still think my leaving was a thing that did them in
Came back for the wakes
I never came home again

If I could make you laugh (X4)


I never could forget
Was it love or just a play
It seems a million years away
Sometimes I see you in my sleep
Muddy water on your feet
The sun was shining on your hair
I reach your hand but you're not there
I hope you're laughing all the time
I hope you still can read my mind
I hope you're laughing all the time
All the time
All the time

I think in the spring
I'll go back and buy one of those pianos
Learn to play
I'm setting aside
A couple of hours a day
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Record Label(s): 2009 July For Kings
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