Ellyn Fleming

Ellyn Fleming

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Pop - Easy Listening | Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,340   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 5/23/2018

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Song Description

slow, passionate, easy listening, pop/rock love ballad

Story Behind the Song

being attracted to someone that may not know you have developed feelings for them. Should you say something ? Should you say nothing ? A silent abyss is born from the fears of rejection.


If I told you that I was in love
And if I told you that I really cared
Would you disappear, vanish into this air
Simply go away, leave me standing here

Because you own me with your smile
Yeah you own me with your eyes
Oh baby you own me deep inside

Did I hold you too long when I said Goodbye
And can you tell me when I'll see you next time
Cause it felt so good and it felt so right
Just holding you here late last night

Ah baby you own me with your tears
Yeah you own me with your laughter
Oh you still own me after all of these years

So if you ever have a change of mind
Cause people often do
Call me any time of night
And I'll be waiting here for you
Cause you own me through and through

So will you dance with me slow just one time
Close and tight I've got to feel your body next mine
Or would you pull away, find something to say
Just let me down all over again

Because you owned me with Hello
You own me don't wanna let you go
Oh baby you own me heart and soul
Yeah you own me heart and soul

Song Length
Pop - Easy Listening, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Charming, Endearing

Subject Matter
Attracted, Crush, Falling in Love

Similar Artists
Rod Stewart, Matchbox Twenty
2000 and later

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