"Setting Sun" as written by Edmund John Simons, Thomas Owen Mostyn Rowlands and Noel Thomas Gallagher....
I've been waiting for too long,
Staring at the sun
Waiting for the night to come,
So I can get things done

I can't wait for this no more,
My eyes have come undone
If my star will ever rise,
Let it be the only one

And if I see you waiting for the setting sun,
It will never come
And if it ever comes, you're forever young
You're forever young

Ice is just a remedy for pain and rising heat,
Hold it in your hands and watch the puddles form around your feet
And if you drink the water,
It might just stop the pain
From dreaming of the fever drowning holes around your name

And if I see you waiting for the setting sun,
It will never come
And if it ever comes, you're forever young,
You're forever young

If your scared about the future,
I'm scared about the past
And if your feeling ill, it's cause the world is spinning fast
Yeah you're staring at the sun,
Yeah you better all hold on
And watch the sky become the ground

Forever Young

And if I see you waiting for the setting sun,
It will never come
And if it ever comes, you're forever young,
You're forever young


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"Setting Sun" as written by Noel Thomas Gallagher Edmund John Simons

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    General CommentI think it's about growing older...

    'And if I see you waiting for the setting sun
    It will never come
    And if it ever comes, you're forever young
    You're forever young


    I think that setting sun is a metaphor for life. If you wait for life to happen it won't but when life happens, it keeps you 'forever young'

    i dunno, thats just how i see it.

    PrettyPolkaDotson September 04, 2010   Link

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