"Give It All" as written by and Walter Gervers Jack Bevan....
Give me something I haven't seen
Give me the red light turning green
Give me the words but not the page
Give me it all

Give me the time but not an age
Give me a look but not the rage
Give me the feel for where I'll go
Give me it all

Give me the way it could have been
Give me the ghost that's on the screen
Give me the way but not the means
Give me it all

Give me something I haven't seen
Give me the red light turning green
Give me the words but not the page
Give me it all

I called you up
Three times last night
Running through the streets
Bloody, from a fist fight

Keep you warm
Keep you there
Wanna keep you all

See you there, wanna see you some day
As you look back, I'm pulling away
You caught the bus and I caught the train
All that remains are words in the rain

Ooh, ooh, ooh ooh
Ooh, ooh, ooh ooh

Give me the shade of a thunder cloud
Give me a good bye said out loud
Give me the day with no memories
Give me it all

I know you could be here with me
By the rain and the palm of the valley
But you're there by the tube stop in the freezing rain

See you there, wanna see you some day
As you look back, I'm pulling away
You caught the bus and I caught the train
All that remains are words in the rain, rain

Ooh, ooh, ooh ooh
Ooh, ooh, ooh ooh

So solo, I see you there
You fall like a fifty weight
The time goes
I'll be right there
I feel, I feel there's a fork in the road

Oh woah woah
Oh woah woah


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"Give It All" as written by Walter Gervers Jack Bevan

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    My OpinionNo comments?! It's so good!

    I'd say it's about a relationship that could have been, and he's asking for the way to get it back.
    clare11208on November 14, 2015   Link
  • +1
    General Comment"Give me the shade of a thunder cloud.
    Give me a good-bye said out loud.
    Give me the day with no memories.
    Give me it all."

    This part of the song should really hit those that have ever felt the true love of a significant other, and the misery that is left behind when it's gone. The "author" is calling out to the subject for closure, for an end to the storm, if you will. When a relationship that has been so significant is wavering, we tend to find comfort, and discomfort, from the memories playing over and over in our minds, leaving us with bittersweet feelings. It's a begging for all of the bad, and the good, to be washed away and forgotten, but knowing all the while that it could never be. Amazing stuff!
    Lespaulsmithon May 08, 2016   Link

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