MADDI JANE lyrics

If This Was A Movie

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Last night I heard my own heart beating Sounded like footsteps on the stairs Six months gone, I'm still reaching Even though I know you're not there I was playing back a thousand memories, baby Thinking 'bout everything we've been through Maybe I've been going back too much lately When time stood still and I had you So come back, come back, come back to me like You would, you would if this was a movie Stand in the rain outside 'til I came out Come back, come back, come back to me like You could, you could if you just said you're sorry I know that we could work it out somehow But if this was a movie you'd be here by now I know people change and these things happened But I remember how it was back then Wrapped up in your arms and our friends were laughing 'Cause nothing like this ever happened to them, Now I'm pacing down the hall, chasing down your street Flashback to the night when you said to me, That "Nothing's gonna change, not for me and you Then before I knew how much I had to lose" Come back, come back, come back to me like You would, you would if this was a movie Stand in the rain outside 'til I came out Come back, come back, come back to me like You could, you could if you just said you're sorry I know that we could work it out somehow But if this was a movie you'd be here by now If you're out there If you're somewhere If you're moving on I'll be waiting for you Ever since you've been gone I just want it back the way it was before And I just want to see you back at my front door Come back, come back, come back to me like You did before you say it's not that easy Before the fight, before I locked you out But I take it all back now Come back, come back, come back to me like You would, you would if this was a movie Stand in the rain outside 'til I came out Come back, come back, come back to me like You could, you could if you just said you're sorry I know that we could work it out somehow But if this was a movie you'd be here by now You'd be here by now Come back, come back, come back to me Come back, come back, come back to me You'd be here right now

Rain

ALANIS MORISSETTE "Now Is The Time"
It was the night Rod Stewart played And we were, were standing in the pouring rain If I had known it was the last time I would see you again... I would change everything... I look through the broken glass I watch the storm go through my mind There's so much I had to say I know the words I left behind And now I'm caught in a daydream with nowhere to run and hide The world rushes by me, it's leaving me here all alone (I would change everything, but I can't do anything I would give all that I have to know where you are) [CHORUS:] I'll always carry you inside my heart and you You'll never know how much I wonder where you are I always knew that you would take a part of me away with you And I never got to say good-bye I look in the mirror now and all I see is yesterday At night I hear your voice and it is calling out my name And with every hour just hold on to what you can They're lost in a moment and fading away in the night (I would change everything, but I can't do anything I would give all that I have just to know where you are) [CHORUS] ...and I never..ever...said good-bye... That night is just a memory But I still feel you standing next to me And when I think I hear your voice all I hear is the rain...

Soldier In The Rain

England Dan And John Ford Coley
The morning clouds are gathering around As I stand on the bridge of the river Years have gone since I was here And I wonder how I differ Taxi cabs keep rolling by And a blind man asks for change And here I stand a soldier in the rain. Coming home was all I thought of ... Seeing my family and friends They say love knows no distance But the longing never ends And all along the dreams I possessed My heart never were to plain And here I stand a soldier in the rain I remember years ago I had so many plans And now I watch the river flow Time has brought me here With empty hands I remember years ago I had so many plans And now I watch the river flow Time has brought me here With empty hands The morning clouds are gathering around And the streets are full of reflections A traffic light and the moon still bright People going in different directions I've thought about why I'm here Its just too hard to explain And here I stand a soldier in the rain In the rain...

At The End Of The Rainbow

Hammerfall
As long as I remember We've marched across this land Oh, oh ... Reached for a new horizon Pulled by the killing hand Oh, oh ... All fed up with lies The time has come To break these chains and fly Here we stand, bound forever more We're out of this world, until the end Here we are, mighty, glorious At the end of the rainbow With gold in our hands We know the treasures lies Beyond the pouring rain Oh, oh ... Our quest will last forever For you it's all the same Oh, oh ... No one can deny Our future's set To reach above the sky Here we stand, ... [INSTRUMENTAL] Let's fly away through the rain Fly high, to ease the burning pain Oh, the colours fading out The light is shining in the night It's up to you, it's worth the fight Search before the colours fade Here we stand, ...

The Frog And The Princess

GRACE JONES "Slave To The Rhythm"
I was amazed when I first saw Grace Jones. She was the first to take radical fashion out of its predictable Parisian context and bring it into the music scene, where I had always thought it belonged. The first night watching her in Le Mouche, I had already decided to work with her. That night, she was singing her hit song "I Need a Man" to a room full of shrieking gay bobbysockses. The ambiguity of her act was that she herself looked like a man - a man, singing "I Need a Man" to a bunch of men. I could see how the average guy could get a little scared by her physical advance. It was so powerful. I thought she was... I thought she was great. I photographed her in different positions. I cut her legs apart, lengthened them, turned her body to face the audience. Soon, I found myself living to the very fast rhythm of Grace Jones. We would go out dancing, all night, every night. I was completely neglecting my work. An intense, hysterical romance developed between Grace and I. But I ran out of money and realized I had to stop all this bullshit and go back to work. I had this idea of using Grace as the ideal veichle for my work. She had inspired me. On tour, we used to improvise. Thinking of an idea at breakfast and working it out directly on stage. I decided, deliberately, to mythologize Grace Jones. Black, shiny, muscular people.. ahh, aerodynamic in design. 'Twas to emphasise this belief that I painted Grace Jones blue/black. I am no longer sure what I fell in love with; Grace or my idea of what Grace should be. But in the two years following the birth of our son, there were nothing else in my life. Grace let me take her over completely. (SLAVE!) But then I discovered that what I was making was speeding too far beyond what was there. By the time our 'One Man Show' reached the US, I knew I'd lost her. Oh, the action..

The American Way

AARON LINES "Waitin' On The Wonderful"
I grew up under normal conditions Mom was the radio, Dad was the television They both were doing the best that they could Working 50 hour weeks and knocking on wood I did my time in the public school system I got good grades, never got a shred of wisdom Can't blame my teachers for anything they did You can't teach one on one with 33 kids Ooh Ooh I'm doing all right I work every day to get to Saturday night Ooh Ooh I guess I'm doing O.K. Living and dying the American way I found the one, we put some roots down Got a 2nd mortgage on the outskirts of town Now we barbecue every 4th of July Send our prayers and our fireworks up into the sky Ooh Ooh I'm doing all right I work every day to get to Saturday night Ooh Ooh I guess I'm doing O.K. Living and loving the American way These days we're thinking 'bout kids of our own Gonna turn this house into a home In no time at all they'll be singing along Ooh Ooh I'm doing all right I work every day to get to Saturday night Ooh Ooh I guess I'm doing O.K. Living and dying the American way

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