"Verona" as written by and David Matthew Gibson Justyn Pilbrow....
When I saw you in Verona
You sat down I moved over
Pretty people but all I saw was you
And yes it's you i'm rating
Forget the boy your dating
in my opinion he isn't right for you.

[Pre Chorus:]
And if everything goes as planned
I'd be proud to be your man.
I promise to treat you well
Heads over heels in love I fell

[CHORUS : ]
She likes listening to punk rock
Melancholic in the black frock
And she smiles when she sees me
intoxicated by her company
Splendid lady, lazy Sunday afternoon
Good fortune at the bar
Verona, Verona

When I saw you in Verona
You sat down I moved over
Pretty people but all I saw was you
And I remember feeling tongue tied
As I tried to say goodbye
I was ready to fall in love with you

Now that everything's gone to plan
I am proud to be your man, your beauty lights up my world
This is how I met my girl

[CHORUS ]

Verona Verona x4

[CHORUS ]

Verona Verona x 8


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"Verona" as written by Justyn Thomas Pilbrow David Matthew Gibson

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    General Commenti love this song. it seems fairly straight foward though. boy meets girl by sheer coincidence of her sitting next to him. and from that on he was utterly mesmerized by her. all of this happens at some kind of bar or club or party or something (melancholic in the black frock. good fortune at the bar). possible romeo and juliet reference of the location (verona)... that could be the influence but i dont now. also, first verse needs to be changed. according to the lyric book in the cd it is
    When I saw you in Verona
    You sat down, I moved over
    not and. all in all, truely awesome song. love it
    rockUniverseon March 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentVerona is a bar in Auckland - the city that the band members are from.
    2fst4uon April 04, 2010   Link

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