"The Warming Sun" as written by and J Lytle....
In a dream
You were sitting there waiting by the door for me
And I got the opportunity
To experience the experience once again
How it could have maybe been

But in real life
You're in another world
You're with another guy
Who doesn't have to cheat
And never has to lie
And all that stuff I didn't get
Comes so easy to him
He doesn't even have to try

But do you ever ask yourself
How it could have maybe been

I haven't been that bad
But I haven't been that good
Overmisunderstood
Oh I wish I really could
Enjoy the warming sun
Enjoy a warm someone
And end the need to hide
Away alone inside

No I haven't been that bad
But I haven't been that good
Overmisunderstood
Oh I wish I really could
Enjoy the warming sun
Enjoy a warm someone
And end the need to hide
Away alone inside

In a dream
You were sitting there waiting by the door for me


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"The Warming Sun" as written by Jason Lytle

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    General CommentI'm surprised there are no comments on this yet. Perhaps because the lyrics are relatively straightforward?

    The second-to-last chapter in the story that is Sumday, The Warming Sun is an emotional look back at what might have been.

    He has a dream that he is back together with an ex girlfriend, as if they never split up. Things are good, but the harsh reality is that they are not together. She is off with somebody "better".

    He obviously still has feelings for her, but wonders if she ever thinks about him. The good ol' "What if..."

    The feelings of isolation and loneliness are overwhelming. If only things were like in the dream...
    unluckieron December 30, 2004   Link

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