"Darling, Are You Gonna Leave Me?" as written by Hannah Felicity May Reid, Daniel Harry Joseph Rothman and Dominic Ashley Ronald Major....
I am still holding onto your waistband
Turn away and kick out the red sand
Summer is gone and now I'm bleeding
I can't tell now you're thinking of leaving

Oh darling are you gonna leave me?
I'll watch you if you can
Oh darling are you gonna leave me?
I'll watch you if you can
Oh darling are you gonna leave me?
I'll watch you if you can
Oh darling are you gonna leave me?
I'll watch you if you can
If you can

Black rose on a dusty road its on fire
Burns in the distances higher
Hot stones both marks if they're my own
Stretches to the distant horizon

Oh darling are you gonna leave me?
I'll watch you if you can

Oh darling are you gonna leave me?
I'll watch you if you can
Oh darling are you gonna leave me?
I'll watch you if you can
Oh darling are you gonna leave me?
I'll watch you if you can
If you can
If you can
If you can

I am still holding onto your waistband
Turn away and kick out the red sand
Summer is gone and now I'm bleeding
I can't tell now you're thinking of leaving


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"Darling Are You Gonna Leave Me" as written by Dominic Ashley Ronald Major Daniel Harry Joseph Rothman

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    Song MeaningI think this song is about having a summertime relationship, a person that you met somewhere that has become your life purpose and everything to you.
    Summer ends and the person has/wants to leave you.
    The roads and the stones simply symbolize the long distances between the two lovers.
    She is still holding on to the waistband like she always used to in the summer.
    She doesn't know yet if the lover is going to be able to leave her and everything they have together.
    Ebbragon March 29, 2014   Link

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