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Busby Berkeley is also mentioned in The Way You Say Good-Night. In the 69 Love Songs booklet, Stephin Merritt says that he is "certainly a model for this over-the-top album, where excess is the theme for this record".
The song was arranged by Claudia Gonson, and Stephin suggests that the piano is the waking life and the cello is the dream life.
'The tears have stained all the pages / of my True Romance magazines'
[True Romance] magazine is still going.
- [Lyrics and guitar tab] from stephinsongs web site.