"Out Falls The Past" as written by and Justin Currie....
You hold the key to whether we will ever last
I know I can't forever hide behind this mask
'Cause everytime I fall in love, out falls the past

You'll hear my reputation anywhere you ask
They'll say I'm always chasing, so the die is cast
'Cause everytime I fall in love, out falls the past

Everytime I find somebody, the whispering begins
About how I change my women like traffic switches lanes
But girl, believe me, I'm the one that's changed

Back then, the girls, I guess, I kissed and got out fast
But that's all you need to know then girl, you should have asked
Everytime I fall in love, out falls the past

Everytime I find somebody, the whispering begins
About how I change my women like traffic switches lanes
But girl, believe me, I'm the one that's changed

You hold the key to whether we will ever last
But I hold when we're together; I ain't ever held on another so fast
'Cause everytime I fall in love, out falls the past






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"Out Falls the Past" as written by Justin Currie

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    Song MeaningJustin Currie interview from The Scotsman 22nd March 2002.

    Out Falls the Past is about a man who "changes women like traffic switches lanes". Is it personal? "Not really. To sound horribly 1980s for a moment, I'm a serial monogamist. But it becomes harder and harder for the opposite sex to trust you if they know your romantic history." He's in a relationship at the moment. "If I ever try being a floozie, women run a mile."
    Onlineon October 09, 2009   Link

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