"Silent Love Song" as written by and Christopher Wayne Keup Jason Mraz....
Feeling less than my ordinary self I guess I must be getting older
The fog already heavy on my mind evokes a time that's turning colder
At breakfast the effect is picturesque
The window opens up and lets in
The Santa Ana winds again

She's a silent love song
Never stays long
Does not belong to any person
Though she's opening the curtains in my head
She's a kind of quiet
And always hides it in a flame
She's certainly a hurricane

Strange how such a gust of gentile breeze can ravage hearts across California
You start to grow accustomed to her turn around
She's gone of course she warned ya
She sometimes passes in a single night
And other times she lasts the weekend

She's a silent love song
Never stays long
Does not belong to any person
Though she's opening the curtains in my head
She's a kind of quiet
And always means just what she says
She's certainly a hurricane in bed

And tangles up inside and under covers
Angled in her way seen as a struggle
But two lovers we're always in the end
And the Santa Ana winds again

I've been stealing hearts
Where I don't belong (she's a silent love song)
I'm breathing hard (does not belong to any person)
When you come on strong (like a hurricane)
The more I love (you never have to say you're sorry)
The less I know (Anna don't cry)
Anna don't go


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"Silent Love Song" as written by Jason Mraz Christopher Wayne Keup

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    General CommentI love this song so much. He sings this with Raining Jane. It's so cool that he sings a love song to the Santa Ana winds.
    bridget2004on August 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love it too, definitely one of my favourite Mraz songs...
    "The fog already heavy on my mind evokes a time that's turning colder, at breakfast the effect is picturesque, the window opens up and lets in the Santa Ana winds again"... this line really sets my imagination to overdrive.
    And the whole extended metaphor of the woman and the Santa Ana winds, and the double-layered meaning of the whole song is so incredibly beautiful.

    I hope he records the song properly!!!!
    jess43284on September 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentEver want to be that song?

    jazzybluesrocksteron December 10, 2007   Link
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    General Comment''I'm feeling less than my ordinary self, I guess I must be getting older''

    I often feel that way.
    Plottoberryon December 06, 2010   Link

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