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Bring that beat back to me again
Come on take me back, can't catch me can't catch me
Bring that beat back to me again
Come on take me back, can't catch me can't catch me

Can't catch me ride my bike down the old dirt hill,
First time...

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    anonymous
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    Aug 6th, 2015 8:34am report


    To me this song not only represents nostalgia for childhood memories, but how true love can make you feel like a kid again. The first time I kissed you I lost my legs, bring that beat back to me again, in my personal feeling describes how I feel about my wife. We bring the child out of eachother, and spending time with her makesme feel like a kid, but also brings me back to a fond past. As I said. This is only what this song means to me. That's what makes Dave so great. His songs are about everyone for their own reasons personal to them



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    anonymous
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    Dec 10th, 2007 12:14pm report


    This song is about Dave reflecting back on his childhood. He's talking and reflecting on the fun times that he had as a child and wishes he could relive some of those joys.




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