"Already Gone" as written by and Mitch/sloan James....
You've been working all your life
All weekends and overtime
While you're trying to unwind
You can't relate to the leisured life
Another day meanders by
Keeping nature's tabled time
All these things just pass you by
And you can't relax in a scheduled life

Promises already gone
There's no escape it's said and done
So keep your love forever young

You've been trying to decide
Multiply or just divide
All these things are on your mind
And you can't relax in a leisured life

Promises already gone
There's no escape it's said and done
So keep your love forever young

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"Already Gone" as written by Mitch James Edward Sloan

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    General Commentstuck in a rut, stuck in a life you dont want. married but not in love. promises already gone meaning that there have been affairs etc and a breaking of vows.
    great line.. multiply or just divide how many people seem to fit that?
    frangaon April 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentFranga = dumb. This song is OBVIOUSLY about having no regrets.
    Tristosteroneon June 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's neither. The first two verses talk about working hard all throughout life and not being able to relax instead. Life has its own pace but you can't relate to that because you're always on a schedule.
    megan6000on August 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIn my opinion megan6000 is closest. You may not have the time to do what you want, but if you have love, then it doesn't matter because simply watching TV with your partner, being with them, is enough. I love this song.
    colemanon November 02, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthe band described this song as "us trying to be the beatles"
    pretty evident i rekon
    jaycastleon May 28, 2010   Link

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