"Come Here" as written by and Bloom-bronski....
There's a wind that blows in from the north,
And it says that loving takes its course.
Come here. Come here.
No I'm not impossible to touch,
I have never wanted you so much.
Come here. Come here.
Have I never laid down by your side?
Baby, let's forget about this pride.
Come here. Come here.
Well, I'm in no hurry.
You don't have to run away this time.
I know that you're timid,
But it's gonna be all right this time.

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"Come Here" as written by Bloom-bronski


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    General CommentThe best moment in Before Sunrise was when the scene with this song came up - a great sequence. Simple song but its emotion is quite apparent, one of the best folk singer songwriter songs I've ever heard.
    station820on September 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commentsadness is beautiful.
    missmiseeryon July 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAwesome song, so simple, yet so effective!
    lec7grson August 20, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI'd previously suffered from debilitating shyness. On more than one occasion I'd been on a date and things progressed to where we both should have been rolling around in ecstasy… but I was too shy to even kiss her. Those girls must have thought "what's wrong with that guy" or perhaps what was wrong with them. With work I have overcame that shyness quite well, some may say TOO well… LOL!
    RonLeeon May 09, 2012   Link

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