Album: Stunt (1998)
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  • Ed Robertson wrote this song for his brother, Doug, who died in a motorcycle accident in 1993. Ed dreamed about him a lot, hence the lyrics: "Apparitions still won't leave me alone. It's as if you've never left. How am I supposed to remember you, when you won't let me forget?" >>
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    Lisa - Manchester, CT

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  • Adam from London, Canada"I'll be the First to Crucify You" is a line from the Barenaked Ladies Song "Call and Answer". Not Leave.
  • Jessie Ann from Purchase, Ny"Ill be the first to crucify you"

    ..what a line
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