Hello, yeah, it's been a while.
Not much, how 'bout you?
I'm not sure why I called,
I guess I really just wanted to talk to you.
Wait, wha?...oh, he's talking to her on the phone. Three lines in and already he's wussin' it up. "I'm not sure" and "I guess" are not phrases of a man who's going to do anything stronger with a woman than, oh, I don't know, watch television. (Foreshadowing!)
And I was thinking maybe later on,
We could get together for a while.
It's been such a long time,
And I really do miss your smile.
"Maybe?" Dude, take your nuts in your hand and tell her what you really want! Oh wait, I forget. You don't want her cooter. You really just do miss her smile. This is sad. And I love the way you say the word "while." You know those actors who really pronounce their w's? This guy is one of them. It's "fhuile." Love it.
I'm not talking 'bout moving in,
And I don't want to change your life.
But there's a warm wind blowing,
The stars are out, and I'd really love to see you tonight.
VARIOUS ARTISTS ENGLAND DAN & JOHN FORD COLEY / I'D REALLY LOVE TO SEE YOU TONIGHT lyrics are property and copyright of their owners and are provided for educational purposes and personal use only.