"Forever and a Day" as written by Paul Francis Mcdermott and Daniel Johns....
Waiting for this jury to unwind
Cause its been so hard wearing my heart up my sleeve
Words won't say the sounds that I can hear
A thousand sunshine's on rainclouds
The truth is I'd believe and be

Forever and a day
So cold without you

"Lonely without you"
Whenever you're away
I'm starting to doubt you

"So cold, so cold"
Time has never been a friend of mine
But it has owed me a favor
Since everything was fine
And I'm desperate change,
As familiar as the moon
I'm feeling lonely and stable and
It's believed that soon I'll be

Forever and a day
Days are folding over night
Turning empty pages
But I don't see nothing
If I don't see you


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"Forever and a Day" as written by Paul Mac Daniel Johns

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    General CommentTHE song that caught my attention from The Dissociatives. This has to be one of my favorite, if not top favorite, song from The Dissociatives.
    pookiliciouson May 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentPure pop song, that's for sure. But notice the use of the word "Pure." This is really a great song, something everyone can enjoy. I think it's great when a band goes ambitiously dark (like Radiohead) but this is very ambitious as well.
    imajaron August 11, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthats such modern cliche to hate or discredit a band for being pop... you could call radiohead lazy for being so amatuer as to be so dark, falling in line with the rest.. (but i wont, haa.) dont judge a band by their genre. dissociatives have some of the most genius music ive ever heard
    paramounton September 20, 2005   Link

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