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Dan Hill Sometimes When We Touch Lyrics

Last updated: 03/06/2014 06:24:34 AM

You ask me if I love you and I choke on my reply
I'd rather hurt you honestly than mislead you with a lie
And who am I to judge you on what you say or do
I'm only just beginning to see the real you
And sometimes when we touch
the honesty's too much and I have to close my eyes and hide
I wanna hold you till I die
till we both break down and cry
I want to hold you till the fear in me subsides

Romance and all its strategy leaves me battling with my pride
But through the insecurity some tenderness survives
I'm just another writer, still trapped within my truths
A hesitant prizefighter still trapped within my youth

And sometimes when we touch
the honesty's too much and I have to close my eyes and hide
I wanna hold you till I die
till we both break down and cry
I want to hold you till the fear in me subsides

At times I'd like to break you and drive you to your knees
At times I'd like to break through and hold you endlessly
At times I understand you and I know how hard you've tried
I've watched while love commands you
and I've watched love pass you by
At times I think we're drifters, still searching for a friend,
A brother or a sister, but then the passion flares again

And sometimes when we touch
the honesty's too much and I have to close my eyes and hide
I wanna hold you till I die
till we both break down and cry
I want to hold you till the fear in me subsides

Thanks to Steve Day y3k3000@yahoo.com for submitting Sometimes When We Touch Lyrics.



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Truthful & Classical | Reviewer: KaRoQi | 3/5/14

This song is true to most love-life situation, even the so-called perfect love stories; the pendulum swings from higher degree of passion to a lower degree, and back to a higher degree and the to and fro is constant (at least for the average human); and that what this song says, and in a classical music fashion. I call it 'a great song of the True Classics.'