"Bring Your Lovin' Back Here" as written by and Ian Thomas/blackburn Ball....
Say you're the dreamer
And come dream on
Say you believe her
And believe in me

So bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here

I can't deceive ya
Won't you be with me
I didn't leave ya
It's you leaving me

'Cause you're not sure
With all your wealth
I want to see you again

So bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here

I want to take you out tonight
Punches would be rolling
Blood it would be flowing
I can't fight

You're bound to put one in my eye
But this is not about you
This is about me

So bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here

Please don't leave me alone again
(Don't leave me alone again)
Please don't leave me alone again
(Don't leave me alone again)
Please don't leave me alone again
I just want to lie low
I just want to lie low
I just want to lie low


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"Bring Your Lovin' Back Here" as written by Ian Thomas Ball Ben Ottewell

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    General Comment.. i cut and pasted the lyrics here. things i do...

    so it was maybe a month or more ago i last heard this song. i borrowed that collection of miscellaneous songs that is known as 'abandoned shopping trolley hotline.' doubt i even bothered giving it a full listen.

    i really like this song. it goes for 3.5 minutes or so but only kicks in when there's something like a minute left. (or so i recall). just messes with the song to be 2/3 worth of build up. that's mad.

    it's something of the whole mental space of the gomez boys that i read into. girls who aren't quite ready to accept them or are a little unsure. so the girl doesn't necessarily leave but strays slightly with her love. she forgets for a while, 'i didn't leave ya, it's you leaving me.'

    but it's that 2 way street and so the boy sees it as a testing time. will the love come back or will she fall away forever? he takes the blows and the pain. he's suffering most. 'but this is not about you, this is about me.'

    just then the song peaks with that line with the realisation.

    - mind you, this doesn't really reflect my current mood. :P
    deckardon May 30, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThem wanting people who don't want them. I sympathise with them.
    Eskimo_8on July 12, 2005   Link

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