"Coast Of Marseilles" as written by and Keith Sykes....
Keith Sykes
I sat there on the coast of Marseilles
My thoughts came by like wind through my hand
How good it'd be to hold you
How good it'd be to feel like that again
How good it'd be to feel like that again

Would you be remembering me?
I ask that question time and again
The answer came and haunted me so
I did not want to think it again
I did not want to think it again

You make it hard for me to forget
I haven't stopped loving you yet

When I left the coast of Marseilles
I hadn't done what I'd come to do
I spent all the money I'd saved
And did not get over you
I did not get over you.

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"Coast of Marseilles" as written by Keith Sykes


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    General Commentbeautifully sad song, reminds me of the girl i love a million miles away.
    heartsleepon January 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentMy favorite
    Eons311on July 23, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is an amazingly beautiful song, great for pondering stuff. he said in his boats, beaches, bars & ballads booklet the following:

    "i believe this is one of the best songs i have ever heard. keith sykes wrote this years back when he was hanging around key west, and it felt as if it had been molded for me. i never get tired of singing this song."

    which is ironic because there is not a single youtube clip of him singing this song, nor is there any live cd, of which i am aware, in which he plays it, which is too bad because, like jimmy, this is one of the best songs i've ever heard.
    tinto1123on March 29, 2010   Link
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    General CommentYou should sing then the song "Miles Away", that really fits. lol
    bear_hug20on November 13, 2008   Link

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