Michael Fitzsimons

Michael Fitzsimons

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Country - Contemporary | Brighton, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 333   
Member Since: 2001
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

A look back at all the dark moments in a failing relationship, celebrated with sadness and pithy regret

Story Behind the Song

The Menagerie of emotions and failures are painted by the sad descriptions of a partners demise and the relationship's end


We're playing again like an old song
That's fucked up with swearing and lies
This spins like a dervish and our lucky one wish
Is getting airplay all the time

Now here is the deal if you want it
The terms are all made of lies
Eternal damnation for self satisfaction
But boy it's the devil to sign

Darling what does it matter
If just bob along on the waves
I thought you were waving but really you're drowning
Too far out to ever be saved

You envy the steps of the famous
Deride the paths of the poor
You remotely controlled the fire in your soul
To a round of silent applause

The suit you got for your birthday
You admit it needs some repairs
It just doesn't fit; you can't pull up the zip
And the knees are getting threadbare

They all play at madness
Just behave exactly the same
Expect a different reaction from all the same actions
Separates the mad from the sane

Are you so scared and so worried?
Do you shiver all over with fright?
And hide from the loss of your love and your demons
Behind the couch every night

Somebody stole all the years
They owe you at least twenty five
The time just got pawned from the day you were born
Now you've barely enough to survive

They're playing our song again
Yeah it's playing our song
On the jukebox of maladies
That plays on and on and on and on and on

Song Length
Country - Alternative, Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Disturbed, Poignant

Subject Matter
Breaking Up, Change

Similar Artists
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Johnny Cash
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Bob Powell
Music Credits The Blue Hearts
Producer Credits The Blue Hearts
Publisher Credits The Blue Hearts
Performance Credits The Blue Hearts
Label Credits Neonrockrecords