"Gone Away" as written by Jason Pollock and Jason Ross....
It's not the clothes that she borrows
Just call me out; you know I'll follow
Back through the back door into June
Luck will sleep the October, June

Sometimes in deep thought I
She's wanting kids
Sounds like fun
I'll teach them to sing along
Sure beats the end of a smoking gun

And I know that God exists
Because I feel him sometimes
When she takes up the sheets
Or my telephone lines, but
When I'm home, she says
Baby, you're a lie
You're not really here
You're gone away


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"Gone Away" as written by Jason Ross Jason Pollock

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    General CommentTHE BEST THING ABOUT THIS SONG IS THE GUITAR RIFF...
    and this sounds great an acoustic guitar..
    the song for me is about wanting to move on through the stages in life gracefully..the first verse is just like the summer when you first felt the "heat", then it develops into wanting kids, and then the realization...
    it was all a dream, but a beautifully haunting dream..
    thecolorsblueon March 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this song it's so mellow, and calming just puts me in a really good mood to be honest.
    stagnateon December 17, 2008   Link

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