"Further From You" as written by and William Fitzsimmons....
Box springs are stained with yellow pillows
Held our heads down
Holding the rain outside on the curb
Where I wasted half of your life
Both of our lives

Everything's closer to the end but
I will get farther from you
Everything's closer, it's the end but
I will get further from you

Your eyes are blue
But I can't see that color hue
It's been so dang long
God, I was wrong

I'm dead to you, you say we are friends but
What is a friend when there is a man who
Sleeps in your bed too

Everything's closer to the end but
I will get farther from you
Everything's closer, it's the end but
I will get further from you

I was wrong, I was wrong
I was wrong, I was wrong

Everything's closer to the end but
I will get farther from you
I will get farther from you
I will get farther from you
I will get farther form you
I will get farther from you



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"Further from You" as written by William Fitzsimmons

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    General Comment(Track 6 from the album The Sparrow and the Crow)

    A reconciliation of a cordial relationship is established. The former wife has moved on to her next love, which coincides with her finding the means to forgive her former husband. Recognizing the reconciliation is not complete, nor will it ever be, the man understands this reunion is temporary. Lives move on. Change is constant. Without the bond he and his former wife once held this relationship is destined for desistance.
    fusilladeon April 01, 2009   Link
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    General Commentindeed, this is the only reality which is possible.
    TheWrongGirlon January 26, 2010   Link

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