"Thinking of You" as written by and Blair/kane Daly....
Well I know they say all goods things
Must come to some kinda of ending
We were so damn good, I guess we never stood a chance
Gonna find what you've been missin'
When that highways tried a listenin'
You'll see I'm not that easy to forget

When a new moon shines through your window
Or you hear a sad song on the radio
Then you don't know why you but just start to cry
Or your driving round on a sunny day
And outta nowhere comes the pouring rain
Then a memory hits you right out of the blue
That's just me
Thinking of you

I'm not gonna try to stop you
Don't mean that I don't want too
If I know you, you've already made up your mind
To go on and go with your re-believing
But a million miles between us
But you still feel me like I'm right there at your side

When a new moon shines through your window
Or you hear a sad song on the radio
Then you don't know why but you just start to cry
Or your driving round on a sunny day
And outta nowhere comes the pouring rain
Then a memory hits you right out of the blue
That's just me
Thinking of you

And I'm thinkin' about the road your on
I'm thinkin' about you coming home
I'm wondering if you got your radio on

When you find your way to another town
An someone tries to lay it down
And feelin' hits you right out of the blue
Its just me
Thinking of you
That's just me
Thinking of you.


Lyrics submitted by eternalwings, edited by jct7779

"Thinking of You" as written by Chris Kane Blair Daly

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    General CommentThis song reminds me on James House's "This is Me Thinking of You." They both deal with losing someone and hoping that they remember them when times of heartache arise. When something puts you in that "sappy" mood, like a rainy day or hearing a sad song, you remember past loves and hope that they think about you from time to time as well.
    My favorite part is the very first verse: "When that highway's tired of listening, you'll see I'm not that easy to forget." After driving away for awhile she'll run out of other things to occupy her mind and start thinking of him, and find out that it's not so easy to run away and forget everything.
    LizzieRohlfon February 28, 2011   Link

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