Up a Hill

Song Description

realising you're getting old, being ironic about getting old, middle age crisis

Song Length 2:56 Genre Pop - Rock, Rock - Easy Listening
Tempo Medium Slow (91 - 110) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Affable, Jovial Subject Age, Aging, Fear
Similar Artists The Beach Boys, Beck Language English
Era 2000 and later


Walking up a hill when I was sure of sitting still
Would someone please come
And explain me

Hope for the best I've fifty left before I go down like the rest
Could someone
Confirm that first bit

I know it's just today but these dark thoughts won't go away
Just sat here thinking
Sat walking

I remember long ago
Which wasn't so long ago
And remember how
I would never ever age

Okay deep breath I've fifty left if all goes well until deep breath
There I
Almost said it

So okay I say we're all the same and anyway it's here to stay
I'm still sat here
And slowly walking

Deep red deep blue always true
Breathe the old breathe the new

I remember long ago
Which wasn't so long ago
I remember long ago
When a three didn't touch me so
I remember long ago
I know it wasn't that long ago
And remember how
I would never ever age

Lyrics Ian George Plunkett Music Ian George Plunkett, Lara Bartocci
Producer Ian George Plunkett, Lara Bartocci Performance Ian George Plunkett, Lara Bartocci
This track is on 1 Member Playlists
Playlist Creator Playlist Name Date Added
The Spermatochords Childhood Memories 4/20/2012

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