"The Keeper" as written by and Andreya Triana Simon Green....
I know she said,
That I don't need her,
cause everytime I call,
she's sitting sweeter,

I know she said,
to get near her,
but I'm feeling cold,
and I must leave her.

Sat down here with my head hung down
and I just seem to find
a bit of peace,
a bit of love,
a bit of something left behind.

Sat down here best intentions,
nothing said, nothing lied,
a bit of peace,
a bit of love,
a bit of something left inside.

And my heart's content,
I say that to please her,
happiness is on her face,
it's not mine that greets her,
only my disgrace,
to admit I need her,
but we all fall from grace,
dust me down and keep her.

Sat down here with my head hung down
and I just seem to find
a bit of peace,
a bit love,
a bit of something left behind.

Sat down here best intentions,
nothing said, nothing lied,
a bit of peace,
a bit of love,
a bit of something left inside.

We shall go on in this embrace,
Cause we can't go on living this way.
We'll be like one (unintelligible)
Cause we can't go on living this way.


Lyrics submitted by leemara

"The Keeper" as written by Simon Green Andreya Triana

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    My InterpretationWell, I'll just give my two cents 'cause I really like this song.
    I think this is all about the safe distance that someone can keep from a person he/she likes. Sometimes we're scared to push it too far, due to past experiences. Everything is beautiful at the very beginning of a relationship with someone and looks like this person prefers to keep that moment frozen in time, settling for what they have, avoiding everything that they'll become. I want to believe that the ending is about making a step forward over those limits.

    (excuse me if I made any mistakes, but english is not my native language ;)
    Alenkoreon February 08, 2018   Link

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