Marlowe

Marlowe

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Rock - Classic | Deep Val, California, United States
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Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

A break-up song without rhyme that's about a relationship without rhythm, rhyme or reason. Sometimes these affairs take on a life of their own and when it's time to call it quits, things can get nasty.

Story Behind the Song

No particular break up of mine, fortunately.

Lyrics

This is how it starts, this is yours and this is mine
This is how it falls apart, this is yours and this is mine

you got problems, so do i
stop telling me about your friend Arrogance
you got stories and i got mine
i could tell you about Voltaire
stop waving that hammer around your head
woman, if i have to hurt you, i will

This is how it starts, this is yours and this is mine
This is how it falls apart, this is yours and this is mine

Arrogance came looking for you
i told her about the fanfare and the coup
you don't got no rhythm and i don't got no rhyme
just separate your goods from mine
take what is yours, leave what is mine
or have you forgotten whose is whose

This is how it starts, this is yours and this is mine
This is how it falls apart, this is yours and this is mine

Song Length
2:34
Genre
Rock - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Disconcerted

Subject Matter
Insults, Frustration

Similar Artists
The Beatles, Bob Dylan
Language
English
Era
1970 - 1979

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