Home | About Us | Store | Lyrics | Video | Schedule | Contact Us | Site Map


Recycled
  1. Fuse
  2. Whipping Boy
  3. Friday, June 28th
  4. Sometimes
  5. Born Losers
  6. Can't
  7. Come To Me
  8. The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
  9. Put Your Head In The Sand
  10. Baby Of The Family
  11. I Even Love The Way You Put Me Down
  12. Did You Notice
  13. The Missing Link
  14. I've Given You Everything
  15. Can The Circle Be Unbroken?
  16. Nerves

Getting A Rusty Tan
  1. Excuses
  2. No Milk Today
  3. Wallflower's Lament
  4. Get Out Of My Way
  5. Better Off
  6. Borrowed Time
  7. Dr. George
  8. I Can't Make Myself Love You
  9. Don't Lose Your Sleep
  10. I'm Still Sane
  11. Big Brother
  12. Only The Dead Know For Sure
  13. Mr. Hate
  14. The Girl Next Door
  15. Getting A Rusty Tan Under The Scrap Iron Sun
Return To TopReturn To Top


Did You Notice

Verse 1:
It was a sunny spring afternoon I gave my heart to you.
You promised me our love would bloom. My expectations grew.
But then you locked it away in your hope chest with the rest of your best and dearest possessions. So in the dark it was thrown all alone. Itís never known the love you promised would keep it growing.
Verse 2:
All through the long hot summer it never saw the sun.
And though it pleaded for some water you gave it none.
And as the leaves paled and fell in that Hell with the smell of musty, moldy autumn decay.
And winter came with its cold and its snow and it froze to stone and you look at me surprised when I say
Chorus:
Did you notice when my heart stopped beating? Did you notice when it started bleeding?
Did you noticed as our love lay rotting? Did you notice? Did you notice it died?
Bridge:
And it's been locked away in your hope chest with the rest of your best and dearest possessions.
Thrown away without remark into the dark, not a spark of warm emotion to keep love flowing.
Verse 3:
I'm going to need a transplant to a warmer clime,
To someplace with wind and rain and bright sunshine.
Then I'll find someone who'll come on the run with her green thumb never to abandon my heart
Again. And you can take what's in your hope chest and bury it and then forget about it
like you did when it was alive.
So don't you look at me as if to say please stay, it's OK I can make it up to you someday 'cause
Chorus:
Did you notice when my heart stopped beating? Did you notice when it started bleeding?
Did you noticed as our love lay rotting? Did you notice? Did you notice it died?
Coda:
Did you notice when my heart stopped beating? Did you notice when it started bleeding?
Did you noticed as our love lay rotting? Did you notice? Did you notice it died?
Did you notice? Did you notice? Did you notice? Did you notice it died?
Did you notice? Did you notice? Did you notice? Did you notice it died?

Website Builder
Home | About Us | Store | Lyrics | Video | Schedule | Contact Us | Site Map

Copyright © 2009 - 2014 by Scott C. Cleveland & George D. Condon III