Graham Colton Band
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Graham Colton Band is an American rock band from the southwest. The band was formed by singer Graham Colton when he began writing and singing songs in his dorm room at Southern Methodist University. Colton's solo acoustic songs wound up on the Internet and a self-titled album soon followed. The band's debut album found their way to the Counting Crows, who asked them to open for them on their 2002 fall tour. Following that tour, many other bands asked the Graham Colton Band to open for them, including Maroon 5, John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, Kelly Clarkson, Better Than Ezra and Guster.
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- LyricsAre you far away in a new life?
Are you wearing the same dress
That you wore when we met the first night?
Are you feeling it in a different time?
Are you telling the same jokes
- LyricsThe cars are passing down below
And all that's left of you is all your clothes
You left your key, the TV's on
Our picture's face down by the alarm clock radio
The only thing you ever wanted was for me to be here to stay but now you've gone away
- LyricsSometimes I think I pass you walkin' on the street and I believe it
Sometimes I think I see you lookin' back at me and now I see it
Everythin' you feel sayin' what is real
And don't go away say you'll stay until the mornin' light
And don't fade away into gray standin' in the light
- LyricsYou, you gotta be the one, who's in on the action
I'm wondering when we're leaving
And you, you gotta meet everyone before it's all over
Why? They're gonna be here next weekend
And you gotta be something else 'cause we all got older
- LyricsDon't give up on me tonight
We've come this far, we've made good time
And all the light of the world is somewhere else
We drove all night in this old car
The morning light the faded stars
- All The World Tonight - (5:57) - 164 plays
- Since You Broke It - (3:10) - 122 plays
- Sending A Note - (4:09) - 109 plays
- Cut - (3:20) - 89 plays
- South - (3:55) - 61 plays