“I Am a Clown” lyrics are about someone who is in love but doesn’t feel confident that the one they’re in love with, feels the same way about them. They are afraid to be themselves; to show their human side … afraid that if the object of their love saw his or her faults, they […]
“Castles In The Air” Lyrics Sung by Don McLean Sing along to the video – the lyrics are below And if she asks you why you can tell her that I told you That I’m tired of Castles in the Air I’ve got a dream I want the world to share an’ castle walls Just […]
Enjoy This Video of All You Want Lyrics Sung by Dido Lyrics are Below the Video – Sing Along if you Wish All You Want Lyrics I’d like to watch you sleep at night to hear you breathe by my side And though sleep leaves me behind there’s nowhere I’d rather be And now our […]
Cherish Lyrics and Video by David Cassidy Cherish is the word I use to describe All the feeling that I have Hiding here for you inside You don’t know how many times I wished that I had told you You don’t know how many times I wished that I could hold you You don’t know […]
Starry Starry Night (Vincent) Lyrics Sung by Don McLean (scroll down to watch a video of the song) Paint your palette blue and grey Look out on a summer’s day With eyes that know the darkness in my soul. Shadows on the hills Sketch the trees and daffodils Catch the breeze and the winter chills […]
VERSE: I’ve been waiting in the dark All alone with just the beating of my heart But I feel right when I’m out there in the light ‘Cos I know I’m gonna make it yes I do Because of you CHORUS: I can fly without wings I can do anything Tonight’s the night I’m gonna […]
Play Me Like You Play Your Guitar (1975) Lyrics | Duane Eddy Every night I stand there in the crowd and watch him playing So turn on your body’s love song That I only wish he knew If he played me like he played that old guitar he’s always strumming Ran his fingers through […]
“American Pie” is a folk rock song by singer-songwriter Don McLean. Recorded and released on the American Pie album in 1971, the single was a number-one U.S. hit for four weeks in 1972.