Curfew

Curfew

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Rock - Alternative | UK - Yorkshire,
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Song Description

A song to someone who is very black&white in their opinions and explaining that sometimes you have to listen to different sides of the story.

Lyrics

When I first met you - you were just the same. Throughout your whole life you have never changed. Everything is in it's place, never rearranged.

And I know you will be all the things you ever wanted to be.

In your monochrome life everything is black and white. But if you want to see a rainbow you've got to face the rain every now and again.

When you wake up every single day and you look outside the sky is dark and grey. But you see things in a different way.

And i know you will see everything how you want it to be.

In your monochrome life everything is black and white. But if you want to see a rainbow you've got to face the rain, you've got to feel the pain.

And I know you will be all the things you ever wanted to be.

In your monochrome life everything is black and white. But if you want to see a rainbow you've got to face the rain every now and again.

In your monochrome life everything is black and white. But if you want to see a rainbow you've got to face the rain. Sometimes you've got to feel the pain. Every now and again you've got to feel the pain, you've got to face the rain.


Song Length
4:56
Genre
Folk - Rock
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ian Kirk
Music Credits Ian Kirk
Performance Credits Ian Kirk