Well I guess I never saw her in that way
Well I guessed everything always ends that way
Oh I guess I should have tried to make her stay
Keep on coming
Keep on coming

Some people live their lives to understand
Some people live their lives to take command
But the day has come when I must make my stand
Keep on coming
Keep on coming

Don't ever change
Don't ever change
Change
Change
If I can't get to you

It's just the way you tried to hold me down
You got a hold on me and I'm scared to make a sound
And you know everything I ever tried to say
Come on keep on coming please don't walk away
You got a hold on me and I'm scared to let you go


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    More love, loss, and lonliness from The J&MC. Good stuff here, as is the case of most of the Barbed Wire Kisses album.

    Major Valoron September 15, 2006   Link
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    I have t disagree with Major Valor here, I think this is one of the best love songs JAMC ever did. He didnt think he loved the girl a the start probably just thought of her as a good friend. I find this song really hard to get my head around, like other JAMC songs i really wanna make a sexual refference, he shouts 'coming' in most lines of the chorus at least once and even fades out with keep on coming... As a side note, "it's just the ay you tried to hold me down" is the best line in any song i think!:P

    danzig1138on October 21, 2009   Link

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