"Matching Weight" as written by Anna-lynne Williams, John Michael Williams, Matt Brown and Ross Simonini....
We don't have a lot to go on
But that's not how it lives in my head
No, not at all
Blind times
Thought we were matching weight
We pulled

Sometimes it was you and sometimes it was me
But where are we
You say "don't take it all so hard for now
There's so much space
And there will always be later for that"

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"Matching Weight" as written by John Michael Williams Anna-lynne Williams

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    General CommentIts about when you are in a standstill in your relationship. But you know that the chemistry and the memories that you share live on and that something is still between the two of you.
    Matching weight refers to the individual effort put into the relationship.
    "Sometimes it was you sometimes it was me" refers to times when one wanted it more than the other, but right now no one knows who wants it more.

    The last stanza is the guy telling her to calm down because all they have all the time in the world together. At least that is how I see it
    snh311on June 09, 2007   Link

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