Fans of Jimmy Century

Fans of Jimmy Century

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Electronic - Dance | San Francisco, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 441   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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This is the room where you first kissed her.
And here's the first place he ever said forever.
She had your favorite song playin' on the stereo.
He danced you round the room.
Your feet never touched the floor.

Ooo but now the room has changed.
I feel a chill.
Where he slammed the door and threw your ring.
Remember as you pulled away, her face watched through the windowpane.

Still it's not hard to feel the
Presence of love.
It's still here, still today.
There's still time, I feel the
Presence of love.
It's still here, still today.

You two were the envy of everyone you knew, holding hands like you were in high school.
That pretty white dress she knocked you out with.
What was that nickname you used to call him?

Ooo but now the rules have changed
The room has chilled
With his suitcases already filled.
Remember as you packed your things,
She watched you from a picture frame.

Oh there's still time to feel the
Presence of love.
Slow down and feel the
Presence of love.

This song is a reminder, don't forget your past. This song is reflects your present, words you can't take back.
This song is for your future, here's another chance, reach out to him...reach out to her.

(Repeat chorus)
Love lingers on, real love's not willing to die.
All that love you share, I still feel a presence there.

Song Length
Pop - Rock, Rock - Modern
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Heartbreaking, Moving

Subject Matter

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Alicia Perrone
Music Credits Victor James, Mary Cary
Producer Credits Sylvia Massy Shivy
Publisher Credits Ann-Margrock Music
Performance Credits Fans of Jimmy Century (Simon Stinger)