Rob Chisholm

Rob Chisholm

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Folk - Alternative | Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Member Since: 2011
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Lyrics

I got my life, a little older,
I've spun around when is it my time again ?
Another day, another lifetime, I'm closing eyes, imagine our time again.
I had a wife, don't want no other, I hear those words, and now I pray for cover.
I took up running, hell, I even raced.
So disappointing I walked home to hide my face.
Do you recall the first time you placed your hand in mine ?
The sun looked down and gently smiled,
then blessed us for all time.
I remember walking,
through a park nearby,
well our first kiss,
I'll never miss that feeling everytime.
I miss your smiles at night time,
I miss your winter clothes.
I miss that soft white-jumper,
when I held you oh so close.
I imagine calling to your place late at night,
"please stand aside, this won't take long,
I need to talk to my wife"

Song Length
3:22
Genres
Folk - Alternative, Folk - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


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