"Stuck" as written by and David/mc Geogh Tomlinson....
I want to get stuck in the rain with you
And feel it running down your face
Don't want to get stuck inside
Looking at your dry eyes
I want it to look like you are crying
Suitcases are packed you're surely leaving
You're still here out of fear and obligation
I could see him coming from miles away
I would've done anything to blur my vision
I want to get stuck in the rain with you
And see it running down your face
Don't want to get stuck inside
Looking at your dry eyes
I want it to look like you are crying
I want to get stuck in the rain with you
And see it running down your face
Don't want to get stuck inside
Looking at your dry eyes
I want it to look like you are crying


Lyrics submitted by gleebs

"Stuck" as written by David Tomlinson Barry Adamson

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    General Commentthis is a beautiful song about someone who just wants to have the romantic moment with the person they like *so* much. at least, that's what i think...
    gleebson January 06, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about someone who's significant other is leaving to go somewhere, but is not showing any sign of sadness at staying.. and he wants her to look like she's sad shes leaving. Or he just wants for some reason to see a lot of emotion from her, either happiness in love, sadness in leaving, something. And also, the idea of getting stuck in the rain with someone.. that's just the classic romantic moment. Funny how it works.
    pikachu1559on July 05, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti think they just want it to be a big thing. people leave and to them it seems huge but they want the classic goodbye. they want it to be obvious to everyone its goodbye and the world to end
    thisfuckingsongon March 28, 2005   Link

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