Tim West

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2

Song Description

A woman is not satisfied with her relationship with her husband because he does not show her the attention that she feels that she need and deserves. Her unhappiness is ovious but he fails to see. So she seeks happiness elsewhere.

Story Behind the Song

Another case of how we are always looking for happiness so hard that we often over look the things that are right at our finger tips. All we have to do is to be more concerned with the one we love and be careful not to let the things that we love slip through our fingers.

Lyrics

The writing on the wall.

1. You said when we got married, that you would never leave.
You said that God created you especially for me.
Now I see your bags are packed, you say you?re leaving me.
It must have been the writing on the wall I didn?t see.
(chorus)
It must have been the writing on the wall I didn?t see.
Like those letters that you wrote, that I never read.
I never saw it coming, it never dawned on me.
It must have been the writing on the wall I didn?t see.
(music break)
2. Like that time at the restaurant, when you were there with me.
That guy came in and sat with you, as plain as it could be.
I never thought about it, I didn?t see a thing.
It must have been the writing on the wall I didn?t see.
(chorus)

3. Now that you are seeing him, you say you don?t need me.
You say he gives you all those things, you never got from me.
I hope he makes you happy, I hope he always sees.
It must have been the writing on the wall I didn?t see.
(chorus)
It must have been the writing on the wall I didn?t see.
Like those letters that you write, that I never read.
I never saw it coming, it never dawned on me.
It must have been the writing on the wall I didn?t see.
It must have been the writing, It must have been the writing,
It must have been the writing, on the wall, I did not see.

Author: W. Timothy West
Written 4/19/05

Song Length
3:19
Genres
Country - Cowboy, Country - Traditional
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Heartbreaking, Gloomy

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Breaking Up

Similar Artists
Clint Black, Jon Anderson
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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