Cool Specs

Cool Specs

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Pop - General | Tabernacle, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 236   
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Song Description

Now that I've found you, my love, wher have been all my lilfe??

Lyrics

WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE?


I know you've been hit on by dozens of guys,
with cool lines as sharp as a knife.
But all I can think is to try this dumb phrase:
Where Have You Been All My Life?

I've looked up on the Eiffel Tower.
I strolled the rue for hours and hours.
I checked out bistros everywhere.
But you were never there.

I've searched throughout Italian ruins.
I crashed the gate at fancy doin's.
The Coliseum I turned upside down,
but you would not be found.

The world is such a great, big place
with millions of corners to hide in.
I leased a Hansom Cab to ride in.
And wandered the park, 'til way after dark.

I scanned the chat rooms like some nerd.
My private ads sparked not one word.
San Francisco even made me blue.
They had no bridge to you.

(Instrumental bridge)

The world is such a great, big place
with millions of corners to hide in.
I leased a Hansom Cab to ride in.
And wandered the park, 'til way after dark.

I scanned the chat rooms like some nerd.
My private ads sparked not one word.
San Francisco even made me blue.
They had no bridge to you.

Now that you've shown up to love me true,
one burning question is rife.
Where the heck have you been - all of my life.
Where Have You Been All My Life.

Song Length
4:27
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, Pop - Standards
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Lost Love
Similar Artists
Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Frank Palmisano
Music Credits Frank Palmisano
Producer Credits Jack Peacock, Frank Palmisano
Performance Credits Tom Reock