The chorus I could do without She met some guy while she was on vacation, and they fell in love, and then at the end of their trips they both went home to whatever far-apart places they live, and she misses him, but knows that trying to have a long-distance relationship with him would be horribly impractical. Plus they both agreed not to try to have one, which she now regrets.
And also she's not happy to be back from wherever she was, obviously. No Replies Log in to reply. There was an error. General Comment The music in this song, along with the lyrics just puts me in a good mood. I can't even describe why.. General Comment the music definitely fits the lyrics. General Comment Yeh, seems to me like its about a holiday romance, she knows its in the past and has to move on but just cant get it out of her head, like most of us after a great holiday its is well depressing coming back to out lives, wicked song, wicked words, I think i'll always have sand in my shoes!!
General Comment Try to forget for one more night That I'm back in my flat on the road Where the cars never stop going through the night To a life where I can't watch sunset aint that the truth General Comment i actually just got back from a 2 week-long trip and just discovered this song this morning. General Comment The lyrics to this song are hardly obscure -- anyone can understand the vocabulary. Except maybe her use of 'sanitation,' which I assume is a British term for some kind of waste disposal utility.
Sand in her shoes
Nobody "has time" really per se, but vacation and falling in love are the two situations that even Jane Blow can find herself in. They're excuses for even the most analytical and boring people to -turn loose- their responsibilities and let themselves be alive for a bit. Maybe forever. Very nice Stuart and Mona is Beautiful. You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.
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Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. Recommended Posts. Posted December 24, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted December 25, Posted December 26, I guess if grown-ups have sand in their shoes, children have no issues to join in Stefan. Posted December 27, More than half the charm of buying lies in picking up the goodies from the tattooed hands of a woman in a skirt and tie-and-dye odhni, the colour of the sky before daybreak, or a moustached and turbaned gent who nonchalantly plays on his morchhang a mini harp held between the lips when strummed during the transaction.
And if you visit Kuldhara, 18km west of Jaisalmer, you would know what I mean when I say that the people of Marwar really know how to sell their antiquity.
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An apocryphal story—of how the scholarly and prosperous Paliwal Brahmins of Jaisalmer abandoned their 84 villages overnight around the year —is fraught with tragedy and mystery at the same time, and hence the touristy allure. There are several versions of what really happened to trigger the displacement. A cultural spin in Rajasthan is incomplete unless you find yourself sitting astride the hump of a camel, on a patchwork and mirror-embellished saddle, on the dunes of Sam.
The camels often tend to be somewhat temperamental—first, they refuse to budge and after they have got a few lashes, they seem to run for their lives. The stirrup tassels whirl, the bells jangle like crazy.
The Indo-Pak border, however, is at least another 50km away. There are few pleasures on earth that can rival the experience of going to sleep under an inky blue sky, lit by a thousand pieces of crushed mica, glittering and blinking.
Before turning in for the day, we spent the evening sitting beside a campfire, listening to the raw, earthy music rising and floating through the smoke, and the crackling embers. The musicians—clad in short, white double-breasted tie-up shirts, gathered at the waist, and voluminous red turbans—sang in a timbre that seemed to rise directly from the pit of the desert. The folk instruments played make a quaint collection, as visually distinctive as they are in terms of tonalities.
Jodhpur is the nearest airport with regular connections to New Delhi. Air Deccan offers economy round-trip fares from around Rs2,, plus taxes.