"Sun on Sunday" as written by James Hillier Blount, Steve Mac and Claude Kelly....
A silent tear
An empty smile,
So insincerely, but so gently in denial
And me the thief
So selfishly
All the moments meant for you, I made them mine

How was I, so blind to miss you, crumbling inside?
Is it too late now to fix you? Let me make it right!
'Cause there'll be no sun on Sunday
No reason for words to rhyme
'Cause if you're bleeding, so am I

A wishful look
A hesitate,
You're hoping I will notice that you're not OK
And me a fool
You turn away
It's only then I feel the weight of my mistakes

How was I, so blind to miss you, crumbling inside?
Is it too late now to fix you? Let me make it right
'Cause there'll be no sun on Sunday
No reason for words to rhyme
'Cause if you're bleeding, so am I

And if I cut you
If I bruise you
Then the scars are always mine
'Cause I love you
So to lose you
Would be worse than if I died

How was I, so blind to miss you, crumbling inside?
Is it too late now to fix you? Let me make it right
'Cause there'll be no sun on Sunday
No reason for words to rhyme
'Cause if you're bleeding, so am I


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"Sun on Sunday" as written by James Blunt Claude Kelly

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    General CommentHe feels bad that he did not see what she was going through and he feels like he let her down because she was dealing with it alone per say. He longs to make it up to her and does not want to lose her.
    regina1173on April 02, 2017   Link

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