"Be Back Soon" as written by and Justin Nozuka....
I'm tired of getting postcards and
Tired of paying long distance bills (baby be back soon)
I'm tired of dreaming of sex and
Tired of not being able to show my skills (baby be back soon)

Over and over I hear you in the halls
Over and over I wake up with my pillows in my arms
Oh baby when you coming home
A day without you is a day without the sun

[Chorus]
I've been missing out on your love and your shadows
And I can't wait much longer babe, without you near I'm going crazy
Be back, be back, be back soon

I'm tired of walking alone and
Tired of seeing happy couples walking by (baby be back soon)
I'm tired of making reservations at our favorite restaurant
for just momma and me (baby be back soon)

Over and over I hear you in my head
Over and over I wake up with you not in my bed
Oh baby when you coming home
A day without you is a day without the sun

[Chorus]

It's killing me, killing me
How I can't get no love without our combination
Killing me, killing me how I get so choked up with every conversation
Killing me, killing me how I'm left in the rain, while you are on vacation
Baby please let me know when you're coming home
And I will meet you at the airport station [x3]
Baby when you coming back

[Chorus]


Lyrics submitted by cocaine*cowgirl

"Be Back Soon" as written by Justin Nozuka

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    General CommentI think its pretty obvious that this song is about a long distance relationship. The narrator has a significant other whom he misses and loves, but the narrator finds it extremely difficult, the relationship that is, for several reasons. For example, the long distance bills, the fact that he wakes up with his pillow in his arms (which he wishes was her) and the fact that he's dreaming of sex rather than actually having it with her.
    travelhymnon July 12, 2008   Link

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