"Shade of a Shadow" as written by and Teitur Lassen Jeffrey Cohen....
Can I call you if I'm back in town
Leave a message when I'm southbound
Could I please, could I please?
Won't be long till I?ll be passing through
Maybe three days, maybe two

Could I see you one more time
If it?s okay, if you don't mind?
I'm the shade of a shadow, baby
Been thinking about you tonight
How sweetly you bring light
You're the ray of the sun
And I'm the shade of a shadow

For all the letters I never sent
And all the time we haven't spent
Could I please, could I please?
You've always said I play games I know I?d lose
You've always said that's the life I choose

Could I see you one more time
If it?s okay, if you don't mind?
I'm the shade of a shadow, baby
Been thinking about you tonight
How sweetly you bring light
You're the ray of the sun
And I'm the shade of a shadow

Could I see you one more time
If it?s okay, if you don't mind?
I'm the shade of a shadow, baby
Been thinking about you tonight
How sweetly you bring light
You're the ray of the sun
And I'm the shade of a shadow

Can I call you if I'm back in town
Leave a message when I'm southbound
Could I please, could I please?
Could I please you?


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"Shade of a Shadow" as written by Teitur Lassen Jeffrey Cohen

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    General CommentTo me, this song feels sad.

    Outside of the context in which I experienced it, it has significant meaning. (In the movie P.S. it's a great "outro" to a fairly meaningless song...)

    When I hear this song I'm reminded of those people who I love and only keep in touch enough to want to keep in touch more...

    One such "friend" got married recently and I played this song on the way. Knowing that I wouldn't be able to "call her" the next time I was back in town was sad...

    -Brian
    DiscoVernon October 02, 2005   Link

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