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"He who forgets, will be destined to remember..."

Kings of Convenience - Singing Softly to Me

Things seem so much better when they’re not a part of your close surroundings
Like words in a letter sent, amplified by the distance.
Possibilities and sweeter dreams, sights and sounds calling from far away, calling from far away.

I didn’t know you then, now did I girl?
I couldn’t hear you singing softly to me.
I didn’t know you then, now did I girl?
I didn’t see the brave girl so near me.
I didn’t know you then, now did I girl?
I couldn’t hear you singing softly to me,
singing softly to me.

I wanted a mystery that couldn’t be solved.
I wanted a puzzle with pieces missing.
I wanted a story that couldn’t be told…
only the fishing part of fishing.

I didn’t know you then, now did I girl?
I couldn’t hear you singing softly to me.
I didn’t know you then, now did I girl?
I didn’t see the brave girl so near me.
I didn’t know you then, now did I girl?
I couldn’t hear you singing softly to me,
singing softly to me.

And now I find it was you all the time.
In love again, love again; it’s too late now
I’m in love again, love again; it’s too late now.
I’m in love again, love again; it’s too late now.
I’m in love again, love again; it’s too late now.
I’m in love again, love again; it’s too late now.
I’m in love again, love again; it’s too late now.
I’m in love again, love again; it’s too late now.
I’m in love again.

These lyrics are by Kings of Convenience, from Singing Softly to Me. Posted at 3:31am on 16 October 2006.
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