"A Day Late" as written by and Joseph Milligan (16580) Steven Arnold (16579)....
So let me get this straight
Say now you love me all along?
What makes you hesitate
To tell me in words what you really feel?

I can see it in your eyes you mean all of what you say
I remember so along ago saying I felt the same way
Now we both have separate lives and lovers (and lovers)
Insignificantly enough we both have significate others

Only time will tell
Time will turn and tell

We are who we were with
Could've been lovers but at least you're still my day late friend
We are who
We are who we were with
Who knew what we know now
Could've been more but at least you're still my day late friend
We are who
We are who we were with

What thoughts they change and times they rearrange I don't know who you are anymore
Lust come and go and this I know I'm not who you recall anymore
But I must confess you're so much more then I remember
Can't help but entertain this thought
Thoughts of us together

We are who we were with
Could've been lovers but at least you're still my day late friend
We are who
We are who we were with
Who knew what we know now
Could've been more but at least you're still my day late friend
We are who
We are who we were with

My day late friend

So let me get this straight
All these years and you were no where to be found
And now you want me for your own
But you're a day late and my love just still renown

We are who we were with
Could've been lovers but at least you're still my day late friend
We are who
We are who we were with

Who knew what we know now
Could've been more but at least you're still my day late friend
We are who
We are who we were with


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"A Day Late" as written by Joseph Milligan (16580) Deon Rexroat (16581)

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    General Commentthis song is about two best friends who liked each other, but never told each other, and now realize that they have feelings for each other after they both have significant others (other relationships). basically, "a day late" is describing how they both sort of missed their chance. "insignificantly enough, we both have significant others" is the singer's way of saying that even though they have other people in their lives, he doesnt care, he'd ditch that girl he's dating now for the one he loves at the drop of a hat.
    Yoshi and Royon January 20, 2007   Link

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