"Sober And Unkissed" as written by and Sia/flavell Furler....
like a new winter's coat
I'm wearing your last embrace
like a cold quenching glass of water
I hold a clear picture of your face

when are you coming around?
oh when are you coming around?
'cause soon I'll be cold and thirsty

I'm hearing your last telephone call
ringing louder and clearer than the rest
I hear your invitation to see it all
better written, I am smitten, no protest

so when are you coming around?
oh, when are you coming around?
'cause soon I'll be bored and lonely

I'm tasting the last glass of your wine
the sweet taste linger left on lips
I'm tasting your sweet kisses with mine
the sweet taste lingers, left on lips

so when are you coming around?
oh, when are you coming around?
'cause soon I'll be sober and unkissed


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    General Commenti really dont know what this song is about but it reminds me of when you first start developing a crush on someone and the feeling is mutual for a long time and then one day you realize he/she doesnt feel the same way anymore and you have to give them up
    mmmtoastyon December 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthere's nothing unclear in this song, you have someone you like to be with, you miss and you are thinking of when you are not together, and the time without this person seems to be endless so you just calling her/him to come around as soon as possible
    nepaon March 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's that first pang of loneliness when the person you are or have fallen for has gone away. The moments seem like an eternity and nothing quite fills the gap which their presence has left.

    It can be quite embarrassing and undignified, that feeling, yet it is very real and cannot be controlled, all you can do is wait.. and wait..
    Kazetteon October 14, 2008   Link

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