"Traffic Jam" as written by and Bruno/calzolari Bergonzi....
I thought a train crashed into our garden
Will we notice the noise?
Will it make us sit up and turn off the T.V.?
Out of focus and out of moments

Remember, this is ours

And all I want is someone to pull me out
I'm stuck in a traffic jam
With no where to run for miles
And all I want is someone to pull me out
I'm stuck in a traffic jam
With no where to run for miles

I'm scared of what you might tell me
I see your mouth move
But I don't hear a word that you say
I'm so sorry, I'm not better at love

Just remember that this is ours

And all I want is someone to pull me out
I'm stuck in a traffic jam
With no where to run for miles
And all I want is someone to pull me out
I'm stuck in a traffic jam
With no where to run for miles

Come here and find me
I'll be waiting
Come here and find me
And I'll be waiting

Come here and find me
I'll be waiting
Come here and find me

I'm stuck in a traffic jam
With no where run for miles
I'm stuck in a traffic jam
With no where to run for miles

And all I want is someone to pull me out
I'm stuck in a traffic jam
With no where to run for miles




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"Traffic Jam" as written by Claudio Calzolari Bruno Bergonzi

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    MemoryThis reminds me of a relationship I was in that I didnt know how to get out of. I was comfortable but not happy, and despite it only being 5 months into it for some reason our families had bonded like it had been 5 years. On top of that I couldnt really put my finger on anything that was wrong with the relationship I just knew it didnt feel like it should. I was on my way home from work one day and I got stuck in traffic near the 91 interchange and it was hardly moving so I turn on the radio and about 20 seconds of some song finishes and then I hear for the very first time the acoustic kroq version of Foo Fighters - Everlong and it hit me so hard I pulled onto the side of the road to kill the motor. As I sat there and listened to this song I couldnt help but wish out there amongst the gridlocked cars that someone was listening to the same song and feeling the same way and we could just run away. Towards the middle of the song a girl did pull over and sitting there listening to that song together everything felt ok. The traffic seemed to disappear instantly and the song seemed to last forever. As soon as the song ended there was some serious chemistry going and despite the fact that I got her number and we had that perfect moment I couldnt help but feel that she was in the same situation as me needing the same thing at the same time so I never called her.
    Azrael35on August 16, 2010   Link

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