All I really wanted was you

Your smile your skin on mine

Your frown your fingers so close to touch

I can feel you breathe and feel you bone for bone

Give me now before it’s too late

And our recording machine says our final goodbyes

All I really wanted was you

Tell me was it worth it

To wish and dream of you

While the world was watching us

Who was watching god

All I really wanted was you

When the records play too slow

And the starry night let’s you know

I’ve seen better days with my smiling

But cut the song and make a mess of me

Call love pain and I’ll be the mistress of misery

All I really wanted was you

Let me kiss you and crece your collar

Hold on to me lazily and I’ll sing about

My old life before you

And the memories I try to hide

All night all day I won’t let you slip away

You have a lot to say but you hate questions

And you love the sound of my mother laughter

All I really wanted was you

Tell me how due West always gets you silent

And my eastward sun lights up your smile

Carry on mariner before we run out of time

Because it can’t just be a dream by your side

-v.