"That's Why They Call It a Union" as written by and Rogerio Lima Manganelli Christopher Demakes....
There's a black cloud over this house
That's been around for 3 years now
There's a thunderstorm inside
And it won't go away

That's why they call it a union
That's why they call it a union
So both of you please forgive me tonight
That's why they call it a union
So please forgive me tonight

I remember him turning around
He said, "Son, I'll be leaving now,
I can't be the person that you want me to be
And then she said, "So things aew finally ending now,
I knew you'd be walking out,
You can't be the person that you want me to be."

3 years of all the arguments
3 years of all this silence
Has been enough to last me a lifetime
3 years of all the arguments
3 years of all this pain

That's why they call it a union
That's why they call it a union
So both of you please forgive me tonight
That's why they call it a union
So please forgive me tonight

I can't look at the pictures anymore
Because i know how it's run its course
And i know hoe the story ends
I know it ends

There's a black cloud over this house
That's been around for 3 years now
There's a thunderstorm inside,
And another fight tonight

There's a black cloud over this house
That's been around for 3 years now
There's a thunderstorm tonight
And it won't go away, no it won't go away


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"That's Why They Call It a Union" as written by Rogerio Lima Manganelli Christopher Demakes

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    General CommentPrecisely.... and the really scary thing is that I can't remember at all writing that last message...

    But if this song was about divorce, it would sort of tie in with Escape From The A-Bomb House from the same album.
    ArianeTheFoolon April 18, 2005   Link

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