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I am so encapsulated by this song.

The words. The music. The voice. The harmony. It’s emo with a glimmer of hope.

I never thought Colbie Caillat’s music would translate so well in the commercial market but this song caught my attention when I reviewed her album.

And God, I love the video. It embodied the true meaning of the song.

Oh, click play already and you’ll know what I mean = )

Take time to realize,
That your warmth is crashing down on in
Take time to realize,
That I am on your side
Didn’t I, didn’t I tell you?

But I can’t spell it out for you,
No, it’s never gonna be that simple
No, I cant spell it out for you

If you just realize what I just realized,
Then we’d be perfect for each other
And will never find another
Just realized what I just realized
We’d never have to wonder if
We missed out on each other now.

Take time to realize
Oh-oh I’m on your side
Didn’t I, didn’t I tell you.
Take time to realize
This all can pass you by…didn’t I tell you?

But I can’t spell it out for you,
no its never gonna be that simple
no I can’t spell it out for you.

If you just realized what I just realized
then we’d be perfect for each other
then we’d never find another
Just realized what I just realized
we’d never have to wonder if
we missed out on each other now.

It’s not always the same
No, it’s never the same
if you don’t feel it to.
If you meet me half way
If you would meet me half way.
It could be the same for you.

If you just realized what I just realized
then we’d be perfect for each other
then we’d never find another
Just realized what I just realized
we’d never have to wonder
Just realized what I just realized

Missed out on each other now
Missed out on each other now

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I am so hooked on this song, you have no idea how many times it plays itself in my head all day and now I’m gonna make you guys hooked on it.

Taken of Vanessa Carlton’s upcoming third album, Hands On Me speaks of the first moments of attraction someone faces when they meet a person they could potentially fall in love with.

Vanessa’s approach to writing is cooky and unconventional, a style I have come to find as both refreshing and educational. Give the song a┬álisten and drop a comment so I know what you guys think of it.

I first saw you at the video exchange
I know my heart, and it will never change
This temp work would be all right if you’d call me, you’d call me
I lie awake at night for you and I pray

We cross the deepest oceans
Cargo across the sea
And if you don’t believe me
Just put your hands on me
And all the constellations, shine down for us to see
And if you don’t believe me, just put your hands on me

The subway radiates with heat
We’ve barely met, and still, I cross
the street
To your door

Someday when our stories are told
They’ll tell of a love like this
When our descendants are all growing old
1,000 years we’ll be singing

Na, na na, na na, na na na na…

We climb Tibetan mountains, where we can barely breathe
I see the Dalai Lama, I feel him blessing me
And all the constellations, shine down on you and me
And if you don’t believe me, just put your hands on me

I first saw you at the video exchange

Look out for Vanessa Carlton’s Heroes and Thieves:

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