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Jeff Buckley

Lover, You Should Have Come Over (7:58)

"Lover, You Should've Come Over" is the seventh track on Jeff Buckley's album Grace. Inspired by the ending of the relationship between Buckley and Rebecca Moore it describes the endless confusion of growing up but not growing old, this song is one long, beautiful, awe inspiring contradiction but this in itself adds to the magic and mystery of this song. The song was covered by the English jazz pianist songwriter Jamie Cullum on his 2003 Album Twentysomething, and has also… read more

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  • are you proprietário de minha pessoa?
  • such a great song...
  • it's "SHOULD'VE" come over - not "should have" ... [3]
  • "...Broken down and hungry for you love WITH NO WAY TO FEED IT... Where are you tonight?... Child you KNOW how much I need it... So I'll wait for you and I'll burn... Will I ever see your sweet return?... Oohh, will I ever learn?... IT'S NEVER OVER... ALL MY BLOOD for the sweetnes of his laughter..." Claaauuuudiiiiiiioooooo #AaahhQuandoEuVouParar
  • it's "SHOULD'VE" come over - not "should have" ... [2]
  • does it with passion
  • Jednou jsem se setkal v Americe, po mnoha boji kytara muž
  • 'my kingdom for a kiss upon her shoulder', love that line
  • MY crackajack is "forget her" - but this one is my second fav (o;!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Gets me every single time also. One of my very favourite songs.

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