"Bluetonic" as written by Edward Daniel Chester, Adam Patrick Devlin, Adrian Mitchell, Mark James Morriss and Scott Edward Morriss....
When I am sad and weary
When all my hope is gone
And I can't put my finger on the time things first went wrong
I have a little secret I like to tell myself
And until now I haven't told anybody else

You may not see things my way
Like my method or my reasons
But you can't tell me that I'm wrong

There's no heart you can't melt
With a certain little smile
And no challenge should be faced
Without a little charm and a lot of style
So don't put your faith in time - she heals but doesn't change
And only a fool won't take the chance to stay the same

When I am sad and weary
When all my hope is gone
I walk around my house and think of you with nothing on
I have a list of things I go over in my mind
When I can just sit right back and watch the world unwind

You may not see things my way
I don't care 'cause I'm not asking
But you can't tell me that I'm wrong

There's no heart you can't melt
With a certain little smile
And no challenge should be faced
Without a little charm and a lot of style
So don't put your faith in time - she heals but doesn't change
And only a fool won't take the chance to stay the same

Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah!


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"Bluetonic" as written by Edward Daniel Chester Adam Patrick Devlin

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    General CommentThis song just relates so much to my relationship with my now, ex-bf.
    butterflykiss84on May 11, 2003   Link
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    General CommentReminds me of an ex too.

    The line 'I walk around my house and think of you with nothing on'. It makes me laugh as i think to myself, is he actually walking around thinking with nothing on himself, or is he thinking about her and she has nothing on? Its the latter no doubt. But it could be the other way. Both plausible, both funny , and both of which i do.
    getmoonyon April 18, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt's from a poem by Adrian Mitchell -

    When I am sad and weary
    When I think all hope has gone,
    When I walk along High Holborn
    I think of you with nothing on.

    anywho great song none the less
    neishon March 09, 2006   Link

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