"Don't Leave Me Now" as written by Richard Davies and Roger Hodgson....
Don't leave me now
Leave me out in the pouring rain
With my back against the wall
Don't leave me now
Don't leave me now
Leave me out with nowhere to go
And the shadows start to fall
Don't leave me now
Don't leave me now
Leave me out on this lonely road
As the wind begins to howl
Don't leave me now
Don't leave me now
All alone on this darkest night
Feeling old and cold and grey
Don't leave me now

Don't leave me now
Leave me holding an empty heart
As the curtain starts to fall
Don't leave me now
Don't leave me now
All alone in this crazy world
When I'm old and cold and grey and time is gone


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"Don't Leave Me Now" as written by Roger Hodgson Richard Davies

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    MemoryStrange. When I first heard this song, I remember my first love, our first kiss, and her running away from me in the rain. It was almost exactly as he describes it here: It was dusk. It was pounding down rain. We had just kissed under a tin roof in a mostly abandoned city block. I said something she didn't understand and she took off in the pouring rain.

    I always wonder if Roger had an experience like mine...
    ctlizyrdon September 15, 2011   Link
  • +2
    General CommentFunny enough this was the last song that Roger Hodgson and the band recorded together on the album Famous Last Words.
    leegeddyfanon January 01, 2010   Link

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