"To Care (Like You)" as written by and James Blake Litherland....
Now no more
to watch two go
They don't know
(They don't know)
Well I wish I could have known
I wish I could have known
how easy it
was to care like you
protest too much?
was to care like you
protest too much?

Now no more to watch two go
They don't know
And I wish I could have known
How easy it

How full on to watch you grow
Never alone
I can cope

How forlorn to watch you go
How full on to watch you grow
How forlorn to watch you go
How full on to watch you grow
How forlorn to watch you go

Was to care like you
protest too much?
Was to care like you
protest too much?

Now no more to watch two go
They don't know
And I wish I could have known

How forlorn to watch you go
They don't know
And I wish I could have known


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"To Care (Like You)" as written by James Blake Litherland

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    General CommentThis song is absolutely shaking down to the core. Each note is unbelievably vibrant, and James Blake ties it all together with oozy vocals reminiscent of soft rock artists, oddly enough. He then tunes his own voice to create extravagant harmonies layered in with his chilly bass lines. If you like minimal music with intense soul and passion behind it, Blake's your guy.

    You could call James Blake "dubstep", but that implies that dubstep is the predominant genre,rather, Blake puts the dubstepness on the back burner, letting it add value to the foreground (As opposed to beefy wobbles that dominate the soundscape)and accentuate his own stylization on an eerie downtempo soulful musical chimera.

    James Blake doesn't exactly jive with everyone. His work has been criticized as meaningless, but i think his skill is putting as much meaning in as little a package as possible.

    But that's just like, my opinion, man. Just enjoy the music guys.
    schimmion February 17, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThis song to me is very youthful in the most melancholy way imaginable. Seems like some sort of unrequited love. But like the kind where there wasn't ever a point where it was returned. Then noted in the lines "never alone, I can cope" and watching "you/two go" is that dreadful feeling of seeing her with someone else. He wishes he knew how easy it is for the two observed. Maybe even an inherent difficulty with women and relating on that level, and what seems easy for others. I dunno, any thoughts posters?
    littlerezon February 13, 2012   Link
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    General CommentI dig this song.
    jinling77on June 17, 2013   Link

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