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Gay Dad lyrics - Leisure Noise

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diver down into the ocean take her away tell my friends I'm doing fine now at least today I watch you breathing I see you rise and fall sometimes it gets so dark you don抰 see the sun at all sign your name if it makes it better it could be just like it was you know that crying won抰 help you now if it ever did at all I can see much further now than I ever did before but I really do appreciate your time so kiss me like the ocean breeze kiss me like you still remember come on and kiss me like the ocean breeze kiss me like you still remember me I need to know my friend does it hurt are you in pain do it clean my friend take your time peace will come again would you believe me that I just have to want to need to want to break free so kiss me like the ocean breeze kiss me like you still remember come on and kiss me like the ocean breeze kiss me like you still remember me

New Birds

Arab Strap "Mad For Sadness"
You just have to be sure you're doing the right thing. I mean it's very easy to forget - she's just sitting there in the pub with her new friends and her new life and her new hair, and it's been five years but you'd know just to look at her. I wasn't even sure it were her at first, I was ready to walk away but she smiled and called me over and we said hello for a bit. When we back to our tables we were trying not to look over at each other and told our firneds to stop staring. I didn't see her for the rest of the night, but by closing time the beer's kicked in so I go up and speak to her and we end up talking about our new homes, our new jobs and our new birds. She says she's been going out with him now for about two and a half years, but they don't live together so he'd never find out. And you think about chasing her about school when you were wee and lying in your bed and listening to love songs and pretending they were about you. And the first time you asked her out she said no but one night you went to a wedding and when you came back to the pub she's changed her mind and you went out. You remember the way she swung her arms when she held your hand but you can't remember how she kissed and now you've got the chance to find out. But you have to remember there's this other kiss. She's at home, wondering where you are and what you're doing. And you work hard on this kiss and you know it inside out, it's as much yours as it is hers,And it took a long time to get right, it took months of practice and months of embarassment but now you've got it perfected and you've been looking forward to that kiss all week. You can see her breath in the air between your faces as you stand in the leaves and she just asks you straight out if you want to come and stay at her flat. But you make sure you get separate taxis and you go home and there might be a slight regret and you might wonder what you missed but you have to remember the kiss you worked so hard on - and you'll know you've done the right thing.

La La

THE VERVE PIPE "The Verve Pipe"
With everyone around us singing la la we slid out of their view Then you thought you heard me singing la la but I don't have the strength to And from the moment that I give out we begin to live out Scenes from all romantic prose while tethered to the roles Or what was meant disguised as sentiment could hang Misunderstood and left unanswered Your eyes tell me I have what I wanted haunted as I hold you Nervous slacking with the lacking heartache no heartbreak when I told you And though I never did surrender could you please remember If and when we meet again we once were more than friends Embarrassed me but would you share a scene and kiss me One last time before I leave you And though I won't surrender I want you to remember If and when we meet again we'll still be more than friends Grant me this it could seem frivolous, but kiss me One last time before I leave you You've got all my loving in a tangle that I could never undo And you will never hear me singing la la I guess la la means I love you

I Wanna Remember This

Linda Davis "I'm Yours"
(Jennifer Kimball/Annie Roboff) It's the kind of night that dreams are made of. Not a cloud in the sky and the full moon above. I could swear the stars have all been aligned. To be leading to this moment in time. Summer winds breathing down out necks. It's too early to go home yet. I lay my head down on your chest. Our hearts are pounding together. Won't ever be to last forever. Hold me until we find a way of making time stand still. Don't waste one kiss. Oh, I wanna remember this. Oh, I wanna remember this. As we lie here in the soft and quiet. I want to take this night and memorize it. Love can be here today and gone tommorow. This could be all we get for all that we know. Feel your touch upon my skin. Don't ever wanna leave the space we're in Or forget the look on your face just then. Let's stay lost in the shadows. I don't ever want to let you go. So... Hold me until we find a way of making time stand still. Don't waste one kiss. Oh, I wanna remember this. Oh, I wanna remember this. Long as I have had to wait. I don't want this night to fade. Hold me until we find a way of making time stand still. Don't waste one kiss. Oh, I wanna remember this. Oh, I wanna remember this. Losing myself in your kiss. No it doesn't get better than this. Oh, I wanna remember this. Oh, I wanna remember this.

I'm Dying Tomorrow

ALKALINE TRIO "From Here To Infirmary"
I'm dying tomorrow This house, this street, Chicago I'm dying tomorrow Did I do it right Did I remember to sleep in Take lots of pills Commit irreversible sins Did I at least try to kiss the prettiest girl At the right time Did I remember to keep your beer as full as mine Did I remember to say cheers Did I rat least try to make sure everybody had a good time Had the best time Did I remember to stay up late Drinking for the fun Singing for the taste Did I run outside to kiss the rain Under electrical skies I'm dying tomorrow This house, this street, Chicago I'm dying tomorrow Did I do it right

Modern Times

AL STEWART "Modern Times"
Hello old friend, what a strange coincidence to find you It's been fifteen years since we last met, but I still recognised you So call the barman over here, and let us fill our glasses And drink a toast to olden times where all our memories lie Where all our memories lie Do you remember the time we were young? Lowly, lowly, low Outside the window the frosty moonlight hung On the midnight snow So we pulled our scarves around our faces in the night Huddled on the doorsteps where the fairylights shone bright Singing Christmas carols while our breath hung in the light It all comes back like yesterday It almost seems like yesterday Do you remember the changes as we grew? Slowly, slowly, slow Sneaking in the back way into movies after school For the evening show Chasing skinny blue jean girls across the building-site Checking out the dance floor while the band played "Hold Me Tight" See the blonde one over there: I bet she'd be alright It all comes back like yesterday It almost seems like yesterday While I talked he sat and he never made a sound Staring at the glass beside me Hey old friend, tell me what's on your mind? Silence grows on you like ivy Ivy Do you remember the church across the sands? Holy, holy, ho You stood outside and planned to travel the lands Where the pilgrims go So you packed your world up inside a canvas sack Set off down the highway with your rings and Kerouac Someone said they saw you in Nepal a long time back Tell me why you look away Don't you have a word to say? He said, "I don't remember ... I Don't want to remember In fact I've heard too much already I don't want to think, just leave me here to drink Wrapped up in the warmth of New York City Oh, oh, it seems you just don't know And you just don't understand me I've got no use for the tricks of modern times They tangle all my thoughts like ivy Ivy" So I left him, and I went out to the street Lowly, lowly, low Where the red light girls were coming after me Forty dollar show All across the city's heart the lights were coming on The hotel lift softly hummed a Cole Porter song If I went to look for him I knew he would be gone A picture-card of yesterday A photograph of yesterday And far off in a deserted part of town The shadows like a silent army Flooded out the rooms in pools of blue and brown And stuck to all the walls like ivy Ivy Ivy

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