William Crowdis

William Crowdis

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Folk - Rock | Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 1,088   
Member Since: 2004
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Lyrics

KENINGTON COVE

Music Copyright 2002 William Crowdis
Lyrics Copyright 2002 William Crowdis & Laughlin MacLure

Woke up again with tears in my eyes
Been years since that small town I left behind
And what's left of me is longing for you
And the places where we used to be

Sheltered from the winds of change
We danced to its rythm, but are we still the same
You always said I could be anything
You told me I would change if I became king
I'd give it all away...
If you meet me at Kenington Cove

I drove all night only watched by the moon
Fueled by the memory of being with you
To tell you I need you and I was a fool
Back to a place we both know

Sheltered from the winds of change
We danced to its rythm, but are we still the same
You always said I could be anything
You told me I would change if I became king
I'd give it all away...
Are you waiting at Kenington Cove
Are you waiting at Kenington Cove

BRIDGE
Now as I stand here before you
I can see by the look in your eyes
You're happy to see me, but I realize
There's a ring on your finger fulfilling my worst fear
Too many years have gone by

Standingin the winds of change
We danced to its rythm, but we're not the same
You always said I could be anything
You told me I would change if I became king
Well maybe we won't have today...
But we'll always have Kenington Cove
We'll always have Kenington Cove
We'll always have Kenington Cove

Song Length
4:45
Genre
Folk - Contemporary


Lyric Credits Crowdis & MacLure
Music Credits William Crowdis
Producer Credits William Crowdis