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A song of hope....that it's not too late to be sorry, and on another level a commentary on the amount of precious time anger and stubbornness steal from love.

Song Length 3:45 Genre Folk - Contemporary, Folk - Country
Tempo Slow (71 - 90) Lead Vocal Female Vocal
Mood Composed Subject Making Up
Similar Artists Roseanne Cash Language English
Era 2000 and later


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Donna Dennihy ©2009

Trying to read the words you erased
Cause that's what you really wanted to say
Bare feet cold on this kitchen floor
Wind coming in from the crack in the door

Low visibility on such a clear day
When you're standing right there I have nothing to say
But I could talk now, now that you're gone
I can see clearly there's a chance I was wrong

This isn't my time to be alone
A heap of wires, disconnected home phone
I need to hear an interested voice
Can't have it both ways, we need to make a choice


Why couldn't I see this today
What was in front of me
What got in my way
Now I have an unobstructed view
Of you loving me and me loving you


Trying to read the words you erased
Cause that's what you really meant to say
Bare feet warm now, I've been here so long
Finally occurred to me, I could be wrong

Lyrics Donna Dennihy Music Donna Dennihy
Performance Donna Dennihy

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