Don Tomlinson

Don Tomlinson

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Unique - General | Richmond, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,022   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: 7/30/2020
   Sounds Like: Michael Buble, Harry Connick Jr.

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3

Song Description

They have broken up. He's telling her he doesn't love her any more, but he doesn't love her any less; i.e., he's still in love with her. Just a simple play on words. A cute song reminiscent of the 40s or 50s.

Story Behind the Song

No back story. Just pure craft.

Lyrics

VERSE
I've found a brand new way to walk (he's walkin')
I've learned a brand new way to talk (he's talkin')
Fancy free, look at me, headin' out the door
'Cause I don't love you any more

VERSE
I'm catchin' eyes from pretty girls (hey, baby)
I'm learnin' brand new kinds of twirls (don't mean maybe)
Steppin' lively, feelin' good, on the old dance floor
Since I don't love you anymore

CHORUS
Now every day I find a way to think about you less
Some new way to forget about your smile, your sweet caress
I don't love you any more; still, I must confess
I don't love you any less

VERSE
I see your face at the picture show (good lookin')
You're with me everywhere I go (what's cookin'?)
Is it you? I need a clue; what do I have in store?
I don't know nothin' any more

Repeat CHORUS

BRIDGE
Can't you see my mind is all confused?
But I won't make another day without you

SOLO

Repeat CHORUS

TAG (la-da-da-da... melody to verse)

Words & Music by Don Tomlinson & Jon Ingram
© 2019 Solid Sterling Music & Klub Knukle Music (BMI)
All Rights Reserved.

Song Length
3:31
Genres
Pop - Standards, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Affable, Pleased

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Relationship

Similar Artists
Josh Groban, John Hiatt
Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits Don Tomlinson & Jon Ingram
Music Credits Don Tomlinson & Jon Ingram
Producer Credits Don Tomlinson
Publisher Credits Solid Sterling Music & Klub Knukle Music
Performance Credits Don Tomlinson