UmbrELLA? Get it? GET IT?
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This isn’t just the kind of girl that you get down with. Jazz is going after some wifey material.
Love makes you act weird, man. It isn’t a pretty scene.
Anytime he leaves his girl, the thought of “What if I don’t come home?” creeps into his mind. But there’s no need to get too worked up about it, he’ll see her after work.
Nothing better in the world than the love of a family. In the live version, Avett sings:
“Make sure my daughter knows I loved her
Make sure her mother knows the same”
Since he first wrote the song, he’s started his own family and has experienced this for himself.
It isn’t important for him to distribute his stuff to family and friends, he just wants some people to know some things.
It really is impossible for a parent not-to love their child. It’s also impossible to love one more than another, no two kids are the same.
Scott and Seth wrestle with the age-old sentiment of a father’s love. Kids sometimes wonder if a parent favors one child over another, but every parent knows the sweeping love of each of his children.
Both of the brothers have given the parents reasons to dislike them, so this should be an interesting topic for Dad
Sounds like he is the older brother. The younger ones always get away with more.
Uh oh…. controversial topic here
Murder’s an awful thing as it is; no sense in having two people killed and getting yourself put in jail for his sake.