Alan Gillis (Gulliver)
Sometimes (AG)
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Lyrics
Sometimes (I write a Song) (words and music by Alan Gillis)


Verse 1
Words alone are not enough
Sometimes they can't explain
A love that grows with every thought of you

And you are always on my mind

Verse 2
Sometimes words roll off the tongue
So easily - can they reveal
The feelings that come over me
When your eyes connect with mine?

Bridge
When you've heard it said a hundred thousand times or more
You may be listening too fast
The meaning going past and
So I sing my love in every song I ever wrote
You're the word that rhymes - you're every note



Chorus
I write a song to find a way
To give my words their meaning
A song can make it all so clear
Sometimes a song's the only way
To help you to believe in me and so to you
I write a song
Sometimes I write a song

Instrumental interlude

Bridge 2
When you've heard me tell you so a million times or more
The phrase may seem the same
When I'm whispering your name but
If I give my words a melody and verse that rhymes
Will you feel the love in every line?

Chorus
I write a song to find a way
To give my words their meaning
A song can make it all so clear
Sometimes a song's the only way
To help you to believe in me and so to you
I write a song
Sometimes I write a song

© 2012
Description
Short Song Description:
Very slow rock - male vocal backing harmonies
Long Song Description:
Story Behind the Song:
Long term love - how many times can you say 'I love you' and still make it sound real.
Credits
Lyric Credits: Alan Gillis
Music Credits: Alan Gillis
Producer Credits: Alan Gillis
Publisher Credits:
Performance Credits: Alan Gillis
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Metadata
Song Length: 3:26
Primary Genre: Rock-Easy Listening
Secondary Genre: Pop-Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel: Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal: Duet Male
Subject Matter 1: Loving Marriage
Mood 1: Tranquil
Similar Artist 1: Elton John
Language: English
Era: 1990 - 1999