"And I'm Aching" as written by Peter Hayes, Robert Turner and Nicholas Jago....
I can't wait for long, my darling
All I have to keep me strong
All I have will go,
All I have will go
And I move on,
And I move on
And I am aching,
And I'm aching

I can't wait for long I'm sorry,
All I have has left me gone
I can't stay for long I'm sorry,
All that's left kept me strong
And I move on,
And I move on
And I am aching,
And I'm aching
And I move on


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"And I'm Aching" as written by Peter Hayes Nicholas Jago

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    General CommentThis is a great Black Rebel song which I am surprised no one has commented on yet, the use of just a voice and one instrument is very interesting and something they don’t do often. With this song and to me I think the song is all about waiting for someone and they don’t come or you holding on to something that will never happen such as relationship and the pain it causes, but you continue.
    Poli19on February 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWow. This is the best example i have ever heard of a song being incredibly sad and saying 'everything feels so bad' without being emo! It can be done and this song proves it beautifully.

    This song really hits home to me. It really awful when everything that kept you strong is no longer with you, for one reason or another. And you can't sit around and wallow in it, you must move on. But it hurts so much, every single day its with you, a dull but constant ache.

    What a great expression of this.
    bffandincubuson April 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI'm feeling the exact same way right now.. :(
    antispacemonkeyon October 10, 2006   Link
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    General Commentreminds me alot of elliott smith
    zombiesraftermeon January 02, 2009   Link

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