"Time To Get Alone" as written by and Brian Douglas Wilson....
I looked at you baby
And what did I see
I saw love in your eyes
Made me feel so warm inside

Now look at me baby
And what do you see
You see love in my eyes
Gleaming just for you

And now we know it's
Time to get alone
To get alone
And just be together
We'll only be together

Come and do a couple days
Just a ways
Away from the people
And safe from the people

The pine-scented air
Smells so good in the snow
In our toboggan we'll go
Screaming down the mountainside

The touch of your cheeks
When they're rosy and cold
Feels so cozy to hold
Just to take you close
And make you warm and

Time to get alone
To get alone
And just be together
We'll only be together

Come and do a couple days
Just a ways
Away from the people
And safe from the people

Lyin' down on our backs
Lookin' at the sky
Looking down through the valley so
Deep and wide

Aren't you glad we finally got away
Glad we finally got away
Aren't you glad we finally got away

Now I looked around baby
And what do I see
I see love in your eyes
And I'm so glad that we
Finally had some

Time to get alone
To get alone
And just be together
We'll only be together

Come and do a couple days
Just a ways
Away from the people
And safe from the people


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"Time to Get Alone" as written by Brian Wilson

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    My InterpretationThis is a song about wanting to be alone with the one you love. A lot of people run around in packs and cannot bear a moment of silence. Some of us prefer to be alone. You can hear your own thoughts when you are alone. Being alone with a person you love is something to be cherished. Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys is a shy guy. You can see why he writes a lyric like this.
    stephen111on February 05, 2014   Link

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