"Julia" as written by and Adam Cohen....
I never should have left you
While you were sleeping
You never would have heard a word I said
if we were both screaming
So I guess I'll be the coward
who never woke you up
But I prefer you blame me
than blame it all on your love

And on the radio is the sad song
that I don't want to hear anymore
It goes
Julia
Don't turn around don't go back now
the bridges are down the bridges are down
Julia all the doors are locked
All the roads are blocked
and it's too late to turn back now

I tore my umbrella right before it rained
I made it to the station but the schedule had changed
I guess that I missed you
maybe you never showed
I waited there for hours
I guess I'll never know
And on the radio is a sad song
that I don't want to hear anymore
It goes

And on the radio is a sad song
that I don't want to hear anymore
It goes
Julia
Don't turn around don't go back now
The bridges are down the bridges are down
Julia all the doors are locked
All the roads are blocked
And it's too late to turn back now


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    General Comment"A sad song stamped with the familiarity of a standard you've heard on the radio a thousand times. A bittersweet sing-along for those who are always catching colds and missing trains."
    geekusaon February 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI love this song, its title is my name!. I love it and its emotional attachments
    happy-xox-dayzon April 12, 2006   Link

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