"Satisfied" as written by and Dan/midnight Hartman....
In summertime I have no fury
No chance of sinking sailing ships
If time stood still
I'd take aim and fire for you

For every ocean there must be shore
On which I'll stand with restless toes
When everything I look for in myself
Is in you

I feel a little more than empty
But I want to feel more than full

It's a pity all I have
Is just enough to keep you satisfied
This knot could come undone
No matter how we try to keep it tied

Inside this bottle there's a message
You may be drinking way too much
If I had the strength to take the weight off you
I would

I feel a little more than empty
But I want to feel more than full

It's a pity all I have
Is just enough to keep you satisfied
This knot could come undone
No matter how we try to keep it tied

Something higher keeps me here
Something that keeps us together
You keep me dry despite the weather
I don't mean to feel this way for you
But I do and I feel satisfied

It's a pity all I have
Is just enough to keep you satisfied
This knot could come undone
No matter how we try to keep it tied

It's a pity all I have
Is just enough to keep you satisfied
This knot could come undone
No matter how we try to keep it tied

It's a pity all I have
Is just enough to keep you satisfied
This knot could come undone
No matter how we try to keep it tied


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"Satisfied" as written by Dan Hartman Charlie Midnight

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    General CommentThe missing lyric is:
    "Through the storm I felt you here"
    Though I could be wrong on the 'through' part... it's kind of hard to understand.

    I think this is about a woman who loves her man but he doesn't care about her as much as she does him. This is partly due to drinking, which she says directly, but also references it in the 'I feel a little more than empty/But I wanna feel more than full' which seems to be a glass half empty/half full reference.

    By the way, this one was written by her husband, the guy from Silverchair.
    kenbaon May 05, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsounds very much like daniel johns.
    sue_defenderon December 19, 2010   Link

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