Nicholas Hirst

Nicholas Hirst

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Folk - Alternative | London, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 445   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

This song's about the debilitating, irrational and damaging fear of losing someone.

Lyrics

Oh and I wonder where I would be sitting today
If I'd listened to half the things that you said
About living and what it all means
Instead of turning my head and my back on the dreams
That I had when I lay next to you
And I saw the future shine through
In your skin and your eyes and your hair

And I leave it to memory
Oh, cause it's better at this than me

And a snap and I wake and I look to my left
And I thank god for the morning that brings you back to me again
And I've got to stop having these dreams
Cause they're tearing little black you-shaped holes in me
Stay, stay, stay - I'll give you anything
And promise you anything if you just
Rub my back one more time
And take me back to the world
Back to the future that I have chosen, now

And I leave this to memory,
Oh, cause it's better at this than me...

Song Length
3:02
Genres
Folk - Alternative, Country - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Non 4/4
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Restless, Poignant

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Midnight, Night


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Nicholas Hirst
Music Credits Nicholas Hirst
Producer Credits Nicholas Hirst/Nik Owens
Performance Credits Nicholas Hirst