"Sometimes I Make You Sad" as written by and Daniel/coombes Goffey....
Shut out the world you can do it
Then let me climb inside
There's only one way you can do it
Just let your mind unwind

So to the world I say "Hello!"
But the people don't care
There's nothing out there

Once there was a boy
Spent days all alone
In a rowing boat
Living in Rome
Set sail for the sea
Get back on this song
Get back on

Young love we'll have to through it
Sometimes I make you sad
Stamp out the beat so you can do it
It's like the world we share

And when the curtain falls on you
The people don't care
'Cause nothing out there

La la la la la la

And not a word I've said is true
But the people don't care
'Cause there's nothing out there
Don't you know!


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"Sometimes I Make You Sad" as written by Robert Coombes Gareth Coombes

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    General CommentA brilliant way of exposing the depressed mind with a bit of over-the-top satirical levity. When I listen to this song, I just imagine a miniature sized Gaz Coombs dancing about in a devil costume onesie trying to get inside your head, and telling you all sorts of nonsense as he tries to isolate you from the rest of the world and drive you crazy. He sings it with such devilish relish, his voice drips with twisted, tortured, impish, satirical glee. But the beauty of the song is it's transparency. He admits it's all lies, none of what he says is true, even if you think so, and then, hilariously, repeats his lies all over again. Its like the rational mind breaking the surface for a second telling you no! I know people care about me! Before the tide of irrational subconscious washes over you again and swallows you up in depression. If ever I feel isolated, sad, depressed and not myself, this song doesn't dignify or glorify it with emo angst, but illustrates that it's just a state of mind, and generally a load of b.s. it's a sick joke played on you by a cheeky malicious demon you've let inside your head. If I find myself chuckling by the end of the song, I know it's done the trick. Demon exorcised.
    crustybreadon May 24, 2018   Link

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