You Never Close Your Eyes Anymore When I Kiss Your Lips.....

..... has to be one of the greatest "love break-up song" lyrics of all time in my opinion along with "So take a good look at my'll see my smile looks out of place..... just look closer it's easy to trace...the tracks of my tears".

What are your favourite break-up lyrics?

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You Never Close Your Eyes Anymore When I Kiss Your Lips.....

I don't think anything can beat the pent up energy of "I wanna hold your hand" and I don't even like The Beatles. "Please please me" was in the same vein. But surely the purest expression ever of a young man's fancy was Reg Presley's immortal words: Wild thing, you make my heart sing You make every thing, groovy C'mon c'mon Wild Thing etc. Wild Thing I think you move me But I wanna know for sure Wild Thing, you move me etc. Recorded in two takes in 10 minutes while using up another band's unwanted studio time. They haven't made 'em like that, before or since. Primitive instinct expressed in embarrassing doggerel with a thunderous beat. I think Reg invented Hip Hop. In a pub, in Dorset. This is what makes Britain great. WHAT I DO IS HERE ······· MY INTERESTING IDEAS ARE HERE


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You Never Close Your Eyes Anymore When I Kiss Your Lips.....

If you see her, say hello, she might be in Tangier She left here last early spring, is livin' there, I hear Say for me that I'm all right though things get kind of slow She might think that I've forgotten her, don't tell her it isn't so. We had a falling-out, like lovers often will And to think of how she left that night, it still brings me a chill And though our separation, it pierced me to the heart She still lives inside of me, we've never been apart. If you get close to her, kiss her once for me I always have respected her for busting out and gettin' free Oh, whatever makes her happy, I won't stand in the way Though the bitter taste still lingers on from the night I tried to make her stay. I see a lot of people as I make the rounds And I hear her name here and there as I go from town to town And I've never gotten used to it, I've just learned to turn it off Either I'm too sensitive or else I'm gettin' soft. Sundown, yellow moon, I replay the past I know every scene by heart, they all went by so fast If she's passin' back this way, I'm not that hard to find Tell her she can look me up if she's got the time. If You See Her, Say Hello. Bob Dylan Gordon Robb "Old age and treachery will beat youth and skill every time" Unknown but a favourite of Alan Green. Sailor. Rock, Cornwall. A great teacher. Planet Water - another Blog clogging up cyberspace


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no matter what.... You ask me how much I need you, must I explain? I need you, oh my darling, like roses need rain You ask how long I'll love you, I'll tell you true Until the Twelfth of Never, I'll still be loving you Hold me close, never let me go Hold me close, melt my heart like April snow I'll love you 'til the bluebells forget to bloom I'll love you 'til the clover has lost its perfume I'll love you 'til the poets run out of rhyme Until the Twelfth of Never and that's a long, long time A Personal Chef for your Special Event Dinner Is Served club moderator, you are welcome to join


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You Never Close Your Eyes Anymore When I Kiss Your Lips.....

Just two of the many Beatle ones: "And now the time has come and so my love, I must go. And though I lose a friend in the end you will know.." - I'll Follow the Sun One of McCartney's earliest pieces of genius. A beautifully crafted melody and thoughtful lyrics justifying that he'll only be around when the going's good, as soon as the relationship gets rocky, he'll be off, looking for the good times somewhere else, hence "I'll follow the sun". A clever indictment of materialistic Beatlemania. Two year later in 1966 we here the other side of the same story in 'For No One', but with the partners switched: "And in her eyes you see nothing. No sign of love behind the tears, cried for no one. A love that should have lasted years" Capturing perfectly that loss of love. The 'man' in the song thinks there's something still there, misinterpreting her sadness, which is perhaps for herself, but not for the loss of love at all: "You want her, you need her, and yet you don't believe her when she says her love is dead. You think she needs you" And she goes on, falling in and out of love forever, creating an endless string of partners who thought they were special enough for her to love them: "You stay home, she goes out. She says that long ago she knew someone but now he's gone. She doesn't need him" And the song continues its cycle by ending as it began.