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Pop - Rock | Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 128   
Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

Man is growing distant from woman in relationship. He realizes at the end that breaking up isn't that bad when the time comes.


I chased you down to the shore, our laughter echoed off the ocean
A hurricane of clothes flying off your body
The passion in your touch would intoxicate my emotions
But now your touch is cold and you?re not even thinking of me
Once we read each other?s thoughts without a spoken word
But now I?m speaking Greek to you, in a different world
Since when did makin? love become a chore?
?Cause I don?t know you anymore

We?re not laughing anymore
What happened to all our special places?
I?m doin? rounds with you, but I?m not getting through
Where?s that gaze that I adore?
Instead you seem to look right through me
I?m waiting up at night again and no one?s lying next to me

I bought us tickets for the play
You don?t like Shakespeare anymore
I thought the dance would make your day
You wouldn?t join me on the floor
And who are those brand new friends?
You?re out with them again
Since when did I become a bore?
I must not know you anymore

I woke up this morning and felt a weight fall from my shoulders
?cause you and I have seen our day, but that?s OK
I?m running down to the shore, I?m feeling just a little bit older
I feel the passion coming back to me, in a brand new day

?Cause I don?t want you
?Cause I don?t need you
?Cause I don?t miss feeling bad no more.

Song Length
Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Annoyed, Moving

Subject Matter
Photography, Arrogance

Similar Artists
Billy Joel, Sting
2000 and later

Lyric Credits LittleHorse
Music Credits LittleHorse
Producer Credits Jo Horsley
Publisher Credits von Starkenburg Music
Performance Credits Erich & Joachim Horsley
Label Credits