"Bed's Too Big Without You" as written by and Sting....
Bed's too big without you
Cold wind blows right through my open door
I can't sleep with your memory
Dreaming dreams of what used to be
When she left I was cold inside
That look on my face was just pride
No regrets, no love, no tears
Living on my own was the least of my fears

Bed's too big without you
The bed's too big without you
The bed's too big without you

Since that day when you'd gone
Just had to carry on
I get through the day, but late at night
Made love to my pillow, but it didn't feel right

Every day just the same
Old rules for the same old game
All I gained was heartache
All I made was one mistake
Now the bed's too big without you
The bed's too big without you
The bed's too big without you

Lyrics submitted by sillybunny

"The Beds Too Big Without You" as written by Gordon Sumner

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    General CommentSounds like he was sleeping alone because he cut out on the lady he was sleeping with—perhaps this is a Fran-Trudie transition song. He was seeing Trudie—Fran found out, kicked him out, at least for a short time but Trudie had another date that night. But perhaps not. It feels more like a minor indiscretion—something pre-Trudie—one of those impetuous things we all do, thinking no one will know and then … I was amused and surprised to find out that British men tend to be so dedicated to infidelity—or maybe it’s just Brit boys that end up living in America. I’ve never personally run into a lasting relationship between a transplanted British guy and an American girl. Seems they’re all just itching to milk that charming accent for all it’s worth. I realize looks can be deceiving but … On the other hand, Sting seems devoted to Trudie despite his being a sex symbol.
    sillybunnyon August 17, 2006   Link

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