"andmoreagain" as written by and George Michael....
And if you'll see Andmoreagain
Then you will know Andmoreagain
For you can see you in her eyes
Then you feel your heart beating
Thrum-pum-pum-pum

And when you've given all you had
And everything still turns out
Bad, and all your secrets are your own
Then you feel your heart beating
Thrum-pum-pum-pum

And I'm
Wrapped in my armor
But my things are material
And I'm
Lost in confusions
'Cause my things are material

And you don't know how much
I love you
Oh, oh, oh

And if you'll see Andmoreagain
Then you might be Andmoreagain
For you just wish and you are here
Then you feel your heart beating
Thrum-pum-pum-pum

And I'm
Wrapped in my armor
But my things are material
And I'm
Lost in confusions
'Cause my things are material

And you don't know how much
I love you
Oh, oh, oh


Lyrics submitted by RichardWard

"Andmoreagain" as written by Arthur Taylor Lee

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    General Commenti have a book on this album anmoreagain is not a name its a creature representing addiction-and im wrapped in my armour-wrapped in a drug addiction armour being the drug protecting him from emotion
    sawemilyplay1791on October 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is great. I don't quite get the title and who exactly Andmoreagain is alluding to. Wonderful guessing game, I guess.
    webmasterdeeon February 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThere was a song on their first album called And More. So I don't know if this was intended to be a sequel of sorts or what. All I know is that the chord changes in this song are just so cool.
    Bluewaveson November 19, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIt's funny without actually looking at it I thought 'andmoreagain' was an anagram for 'armageddon'.
    Carbine125on September 11, 2012   Link

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