"Hideaway" as written by and Ross/baines Hetherington....
No I don't think it's a good thing,

Without a second thought you put your hand on my shoulder,
Without a second look you took me miles away,
What happened after that, I couldn't see and I lost you?
And I stumbled around until I found you again,

Cos' you are my only hideaway, you make the world seem bigger,
You are my only hideaway, you do,

Without a second thought you found the words to explain me,
Without a second look you tried to open my mind,
Well I know that you are waiting and your patience is failing,
But I know that I'll get there in a matter of time,

Cos' you are my only hideaway, you make the world seem bigger,
Oh you are my only hideaway, you do,

And so tonight we'll set the motion right,
And so tonight, we've time to make it alright,


Lyrics submitted by Brand*New*Day

"Hideaway" as written by Carl William Bell

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI love this song. It just reminds me of my boyfriend. It makes me think of him because he makes me feel safe and at home and I think thats exactly what this song is about.
    Brand*New*Dayon July 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI don't normally like the Delays, but I love this song. Mainly because of the lyrics.

    Agree with the person above. It makes me think of my best friend or my girlfriend who about the only two people I can rely on at the moment.

    Sort of like.. all kinds of shit happen around you and people let you down, but one person takes you somewhere else where you don't have to worry so much. It's a nice feeling while it lasts, and I think that's what the song is about.
    Michael746on July 17, 2007   Link

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