"There's Only Me" as written by and Rob Dougan....
You're all I want
You're all I need
You're all I've got
All I see

It won't be long
'Til suddenly
You'll find he's gone
And you'll turn around and see

There's only me
For whom there's silence in your heart
There's only me
Waiting patient to the last

You wait and see
One day your love will surely start
You'll turn around
You'll find when everyone departs

There's only me
You walk in the room
You take your seat
You don't turn around

You don't see me
I'll make him go
You'll find one day he'll disappear
You'll turn around

And find that not a soul is here
There's only me


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"There's Only Me" as written by Rob Dougan

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    General CommentThis is how I see this song; a man loved someone, who left him. He desperately wants her back, but she's now with another man. He'll wait forever, just to have her back. Essentially, this is doomed; he's too passionate and desperate a person to have a steady relationship with, but he'll wait an eternity for another chance.
    Claidheambmoron June 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTo me it seems like a man is in love with an unlucky married woman. He affirms her, that he'll wait for her - no matter how long it takes or how many persons will leave her.
    Germon June 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentNot necessarily married, but involved with someone, I've been listening to this album non-stop past couple of days, let's me know I'm not alone in my emotions.
    TacticalEliteon October 24, 2004   Link
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    My InterpretationA man is married/engaged. She's the love of his life:
    "You're all I want, you're all I need, you're all I've got.

    She's having a "side dish", and no passion for him:
    "for whom there's silence in your heart" and "there's only me"

    He will kill her lover:
    "I'll make him go"


    rembo69on December 23, 2011   Link
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    General CommentHis songs all have a religious (if not Christian vocabulary):

    To me this is the life story of someone who is refusing to acknowledge God everywhere in all their life. He finds at the last possible moment in desperation of death or rapture had immense regret as he is left behind.
    Zonylon April 07, 2016   Link

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