"After Hours" as written by and Daniel Victor Snaith....
And you and I will follow down the street
And when the rivers end into the sea
While I remember what you mean to me

And you and I, a spiral spinning round
And standing in a circle on the ground
I'll follow you until you wear me out

And in your summer and in the air
Have you forgotten how you got us here?
While I remember how much I care

And in a dream I'm trying to forget
I feel the blood that rushes to my head
I need your love and all the things you've said

And in the leaves
And in my mind
You're always there

And in the leaves
And in my mind
You're always there



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"After Hours" as written by Daniel Victor Snaith

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    General CommentUnconditional love. when your other can still love you when you are at your worst.
    savingupspendon September 07, 2007   Link
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    General Commentquite like this song. does anyone know what the other song is, playing (very softly) at the end of the track?
    circle_won November 30, 2007   Link
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    General Commentimagine him singing with a Liverpool accent and take away some of the psychadelic sound effect shit - it's the Beatles. not that that's a bad thing at all.
    predicateon March 02, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis doesn't feel like unconditional love to me, so much as a desperate, all-consuming love. Maybe it's the effect of the spinning, psychadelic music, but it reminds me of being dizzy to the point of sickness (due to love, I guess).
    illuminatedon June 01, 2010   Link

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