"Gwen, Now and Then" as written by Ross Flournoy, Dan Iead and Adam Vine....
Tonight you show up in disguise
A diamond in a bag of ice
Impossible to find

Windows where your eyes were
Before a voice laced with malice
More than compromise

Gwen, now and then
you give me the feeling
I'm not a man, I'm a magazine
Gwen, now and then
with your feet on the railing
Don't you feel like you're falling again
Now and then

Look what summer's turned to blond
Who are you to turn my life around?
Says the queen to her pawn

Forays you pick up where you never did
You've blown up every negative
Thrown them all in the fire

Gwen, now and then
you give me the feeling
I'm not a man, I'm a magazine
Gwen, now and then
Making light of my living
Raising your glass to the massacre again
Now and then

I've been someone else too
And I've been through hell
But I will return

Where you whisper to the waves
Now I hear a hurricane
Shout your name on the wind

Come out, say it to my face
You think I'm the one whose changed
But we're both the same

Gwen, now and then
you give me the feeling
I'm not a man, I'm a magazine
Gwen, now and then
You give me the feeling
You're just reaching for a reason to leave

Got no name for your generation
Let's just say, it looks like a waning moon
Don't believe in consequences
Lest you forget, I got faith in you
Now and then
Now and then
Now and then


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