Mary Kastle

Mary Kastle

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Jazz - Contemporary | Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 19   
Member Since: 2010
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Song Description

A person is dealing with the break-up of their relationship, through reflection on how they first met and subsequent scenes from the relationship's decline.

Lyrics

I looked up and there you were
In the middle of a dark dream
In the street
A mystery to me

You saw me through the lens
The lens of consequence
I shudder at the thought
Of what you must have seen

What was he to you?
What were you to him?
Whatever it was, it never could have been
What did he have to say?
How could he have known?
Whatever it was, it sure is over now

How could you lose?
How could you lose?
How could you choose?

I saw you cut the rose
And lay it on the pillow
In a poem
Colouring the sound

You turned on the radio
Like you knew it was over
Zoned in on the news of the war

What was he to you?
What were you to him?
Whatever it was, it never could have been
What did he have to say?
How could he have known?
Whatever it was, it sure is over now

How could you lose?
How could you lose?
How could you choose?

And when it all came crashing down the stairs
You never called, you never stopped to find out what was left
And if I needed more than a breath of fresh air
I never called, I never stopped to find out who was there

Song Length
4:52
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Jazz - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Troubled

Subject Matter
Regret, Breaking Up

Similar Artists
Tori Amos, Sarah Mclachlan
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Mary Kastle
Music Credits Mary Kastle
Producer Credits Paul Shatto
Publisher Credits Mary Kastle
Performance Credits Mary Kastle
Label Credits Starbird Records