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playSimona
playYou're getting older
playYour journey's been etched
playOn your skin

playSimona
playWish I had known that
playWhat seemed so strong
playHas been and gone

playI would call you up every sunday night
playAnd we'd both stay out 'til the morning light
playAnd we sang, "Here we go again"
playAnd though time goes by
playI will always be
playIn a club with you
playIn 1973
playSinging, "Here we go again"

playSimona
playWish I was sober
playSo I could see clearly now
playThe rain has gone

playSimona
playI guess it's over
playMy memory plays our tune
playThe same old song

playI would call you up every Sunday night
playAnd we'd both stay out 'til the morning light
playAnd we sang, "Here we go again"
playAnd though time goes by
playI will always be
playIn a club with you
playIn 1973
playSinging, "Here we go again"

playI would call you up every Sunday night
playAnd we'd both stay out 'til the morning light
playAnd we sang, "Here we go again"
playAnd though time goes by
playI will always be
playIn a club with you
playIn 1973
playSinging, "Here we go again"

playI would call you up every Sunday night
playAnd we'd both stay out 'til the morning light
playAnd we sang, "Here we go again"
playAnd though time goes by
playI will always be
playIn a club with you
playIn 1973
playSinging, "Here we go again"

playAnd though time goes by
playI will always be
playIn a club with you
playIn 1973

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meaningMeaning

James Blunt said that Simona (name changed to protect the innocent) is a friend he spent time with, went to the clubs with, had a good time with - and the song's a celebration of that, with a sense of nostalgia.

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vocabulary Vocabulary

etch [sth] on [sth]

figurative, often passive (mark [sth] clearly)

  1. Grief was etched on Jennifer's face.

To be over

To no longer have strong emotions about someone or something; to be unenthusiastic about someone or something. To have finished doing or experiencing something


stay out

not return home at night)

  1. Mary stayed out all night

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