Rescue – (things you sometimes love sometimes you lose)

May 20, 2013

Rescue – a study on a set of tormented hearts

Oh my my how much angst I had when I wrote this song.  I don’t think I need to explain much about this song, the lyrics speak for themselves.

Let’s take a few days this spring, find a way to do this thing. From the beginning I knew I needed you.

I stood in the rain, under the moon looking for stars, wishing you would fall in love with me like I did with you. Like a work of art this’ll never be through, I promise you, things you sometimes love, sometimes you lose.

Let’s buy a little time, do it right, hold each other for the ride. What’ll two hearts do when they come unglued? They say it hurts a little while.

I stood in the rain, under the moon looking for stars, wishing you would fall in love with me like I did with you. Like a work of art this’ll never be through, I promise you, things you sometimes love, sometimes you lose.

If you find yourself alone, baby girl, need a little help ’cause you’re lost in the world, I don’t have a choice if I hear your voice, you know what I’ll do – I’ll come to rescue you.

Let’s go another round. Deep down we don’t wanna lose what we’ve found but it’s a hard thing to do – to just be friends, knowing you are holding another hand.

I stood in the rain, under the moon looking for stars, wishing you would fall in love with me like I did with you. Like a work of art this’ll never be through, I promise you, things you sometimes love, sometimes you lose.

If you find yourself alone, baby girl, need a little help ’cause you’re lost in the world, I don’t have a choice if I hear your voice, you know what I’ll do – I’ll come to rescue you.

 

2 Comments

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  2. Mark October 3, 2013 12:20 pm

    Nice tune and great execution!

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