"It's Enough Now" as written by and Nicola Hitchcock Saul Freeman....
You know there's still a sense I have you've stolen these days all your love
Is here
If love is given in to hope you're fooling yourself it's as if you knew all
Along
It's enough now it's your loss now it's just that I'm low it's enough now
It's your loss now it's just I don't know
You know you steal the sunlight how you steal your own scene still oh no no
You're reasonable if hope is given in to how we need to be now it's as if
You knew you knew all along


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"It's Enough Now" as written by Saul Freeman Nicola Hitchcock

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    General CommentI think she's singing about someone who loves her, but for one reason or another, won't take measures to show her. Maybe there are obstacles in this someone's way; either way, she's fed up of waiting. She's trying to give this person up, but it's hard to give up someone that she secretly loves as well.

    Does anyone agree with me?
    vintagelemonadeon May 11, 2003   Link
  • +1
    Song MeaningShe's figured out he doesn't really love her, but only pretends to("hope you're fooling yourself").
    She now regrets the time wasted for nothing("you've stolen all these days"), realizes she was taken advantage of for her flaws("it's just that I'm low"), but struggles to have enough confidence in herself to leave("it's just I don't know"). Part of her still wants it to work("if hope is given into, how we need to be now"), but he continues to intentionally manipulate her hope and low confidence("you steal your own scene still"), which she sees, and she finally calls it off("it's enough now").
    ferrellon July 01, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI.... really don't know. Just that it makes me cry.
    ashiyaon May 14, 2007   Link

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