"Turns So Cold" as written by and Michael Luce Ryan Mccombs....
It's too much, not enough
What you need I don't get
I don't know why you never say, you never do
Is this my luck again
Silent words never shed
All I get is you turning away
You turn

So cold
It's never enough it's
always too much
For what you never say
What you never go and say
You're so cold
It's never enough it's
always too much
What you never say
Never do
Never say

Is it me that you see changing
What you think you need
All I can say is I'll always
trade me for you
Is it my heart I break
Hard to give what you won't take
If you did would you throw it away
And turn

So cold

Our time is slipping away
Slipping away

Isn't my word enough
What I say is what you get
And all I get is you turning away
You turn

So cold

Our time is slipping away
Slipping away


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"Turn So Cold" as written by Elizabeth Hale Bobby Huff

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    General CommentI think it is about a possible relationship, but the girl can't admit her feelings so she keeps turning away from something she thinks she might be in love with.
    rjt2291on September 15, 2010   Link
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    General Commenti think its about a relationship also, however, i think that she is using him. or somewhat of the like. he likes her but he is not reciveing the same affection back in turn.
    "Isn't my word enough"
    "What I say is what you get"
    "And what I get is you turning away"

    or this next verse explains it better

    "Your so cold"
    "It's never enough" * * this is his imput into the relastionship, and to her is always
    "It's always too much" * not good enough, either too much or not enough
    "For what you never say" ^ ^ this is her lack of imput, she never tells or shows him affection
    "Never do, never say" ^
    blade2078on February 08, 2011   Link

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