"Can we start again" as written by Stuart Ashton Staples, Dickon James Hinchliffe and David Leonard Boulter....
So many times
I said that I love them
Looking over my shoulder at the door
So many times
I can't live without her
The wheel kept turning round

My feeling's changed
I went my own way
What can I say
To make you stay?
'cause in my dreams
They smother all over me
And I'm trying to explain

So many arms
Reach from my memories

Pull all at once
I'm lost amongst
The folds in their skin
I did you wrong
But I'm sorry now
And I'll show you how
If you were here now
You couldn't change
You wouldn't understand
But I'm ready now I'm ready now
I'll make you proud I was your man

And sing a song
But it's so ugly now
And I'll show you how
'cause I'm ready now

I'm ready now
I'm ready now
I'm ready now
Hey I'm ready now
Can we start again?
So many times I said that I loved them

I'm ready now
But I'm ready now
Can we start again?
So many times
I can't live without her
The years was more than I could bear

It's turning round
But in my dreams
Can we start again?
They smother all over me I'm ready now
And I'm trying to explain
Can we start again?
So many arms reach from my memory
The wheels kept turning round


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"Can We Start Again" as written by Dickon James Hinchliffe David Boulter

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    General Comment"I did you wrong
    But I'm sorry now "

    Never going to be enough; there is no starting again.

    "I was your man
    I sang you songs
    But they're so ugly now"

    Some songs just speak to you of your own life. I'm sorry JZ, more than you will ever know; I'm sorry.
    wumingon June 27, 2009   Link

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