Steve Thorne - After Eight

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A guys recognition of the futility of chasing his unreliable love.

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I don’t suppose you really care if I am down
You’ve always been the type who plays around
Though I’m waiting here, I can’t say I’m surprised
Your feet have never really touched the ground
I don’t know why I made this date with you
You wont turn up, my judgement’s sound

After eight, you are late, I’ve been wasting all my time
After eight, just can’t wait, I’m a fool to think you’re mine
It’s no use, the same excuse, that small white lie
Don’t even try, you’re second rate, after eight

Should have seen by now, it stared me in the face
Have to take my turn back in the queue
You must be mad if you consider I’m so weak
I’m never bound to bow and scrape to you
You’re due a look at your priorities
Your friends are relatively few

I don’t know why I made this date with you
We’re going nowhere as things stand

After eight, you are late, I’ve been wasting all my time
After eight, just can’t wait, I’m a fool to think you’re mine
After eight…..

credits

from Part of Me, released May 18, 2013
Music arrangement by Steve Thorne, Rob Aubrey and John Deck.

Lead guitar by Steve Thorne

Acoustic guitar by Tim Payne

Keyboards by John Deck

Vocals by Steve Thorne

Recorded, engineered and mixed by Rob Aubrey, Aubitt Studios.

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John Deck has been writing music for much of his life but never performed publicly or made his music generally accessible.

John tells stories in his music and the songs reflect both recent and past experiences in his life. His preference is to write songs for other performers although the most important thing for him is that people enjoy his music.
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