What’s better than an indie group from Hamilton, ON? This particular Canadian duo by the badass name, Burn the Louvre, accompanied by singer/songwriter Stephanie Deshane. They managed to put together a light-hearted love story revolving around a girl named “Alison,” who (after listening to the song) I’m sure you’ve met before… Or maybe it was an Allan. Regardless, this person is supposed to represent someone/something that leaves as fast as it came into your life. But “Alison” metamorphoses the experience into a feeling of appreciation that it happened, rather than sadness that it’s over.
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