Drive in the slow right lane
Cause we've got some time to kill
You know I love this time of year
And you're a strange
Strange find
I want to take all I can from you
Just give me a sign
And I'll be right at your side

Cause lately I've been feelin' no pain
My heart is wide open and somehow everything
Falls into place and it's love

Words words that don't come out
If I'm confusing you
I'm just here to clean your doubts
And I'm inclined
To tell you I don't need any room to breathe
I want to see you laid out
See you laid out
Sleeping on the couch

Cause lately I've been feelin' no pain
My heart is wide open and somehow everything
Falls into place and it's love

And lately I've been feelin' no pain
My heart is wide open and somehow everything
Falls into place and it's love

And it's love

And I will find a way
To bring the light back to your day
And I will show you
I will show you that I, I can change

Cause lately I've been feelin' no pain
My heart is wide open and somehow everything
Falls into place and it's love

And lately I've been feelin' no pain
My heart is wide open and somehow everything
Falls into place and it's love

And it's
Love


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    what a song this is. its one of the greatest pop songs I've heard. why on earth is this guy not huge?!?!?! hardly any comments on any of his songs too!?!?!? If you like Josh then start spreading the word, anyone who I've introduced his work to abosultely adore him.....

    campbcon June 05, 2006   Link
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    Nice song. Makes me think of someone spending a winter day with his girlfriend, and feeling happy and killing time with someone who makes you feel as if you're no longer lonely. Why doesn't Josh Rouse get more radio time? Why isn't he famous? What's wrong with the music industry?

    Occams_Harmonyon November 30, 2006   Link
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    josh isnt famous? why he should be? he doesnt need this. we know hes a brilliant genius. its enough.

    bosieon July 11, 2007   Link

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