Judith Hill's Tribute Song - I will always be missing you

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Offline PublicEnemy

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I've searched throught the board and I haven't found anything on this beautiful song.
I think Judith Hill's Tribute song is wonderful, but what strikes me is a special part of the lyrics:


they took the boxes off the stage
my heart was crushed in disarray
the world was frozen and engaged
to find the king had slipped away


Do you think it is a clue?
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Offline dunno

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a clue? why do you think so?
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Offline PublicEnemy

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While the people are heart broken and confused - The King slipped away...
I don't know...
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Offline SPAKKLE29FUL

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everyone is making cash all aboard the band wagon ;)
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Offline NYMoonwalker

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Omg, I remember the first time I heard this song I broke down. I cried so hard. It's so beautiful. I listened to it on one of my doubtful days. In my opinion, that really isn't a clue. It kind of supports the...other theory  :cry:
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Offline mjjveritas

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PublicEnemy, "slipped away" could mean just gone away/out of sight? Also the title of the song is it not in present tense "missing" rather than "miss"? I don't know as I have not heard the song. Maybe the words in the title go better than "I will always miss you"?
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Offline PublicEnemy

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I checked up in the dictionary "slip away" and it says: leave furtively and stealthily  ;) www.dict.org
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