Josiah Hutchison

Catch Up (Lyrics) - Poem by Josiah Hutchison

The song version of my poem Catch-up,
which is preformed by my band, House

So you don't get confused, I'll go over the

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-Catch Up-
Josiah Hutchison and Matt White

You were gone,
memories scattered on the floor;
they can't do me any good anymore.
It's too late,
now your gone too soon.
And those sad songs on the radio
are only making it worse.

I feel like I'm loosing you;
like a memory that just won't stay,
You're slowly, simply fading away.
But I won't give up that easy.

I'll long for you till you return;
it will be like time stands still.
I'll count the days and hours until
I'm holding you in my arms again.

Maybe I should forget you,
just like they tell me to.
I could just give in to the fear
that I'll never see you again.
I'll forget the future and dwell in the past,
let sorrow take me over and
cry over what could never last.
They don't know anything;
I'm not letting go.


The thought of your touch
as we embraced in the rain
is strong enough to
take away the away the pain.
And even though I can't see you
I think I love you more every day.

Life will go on without you
but it just won't be the same.
Why would I want to face another day
If you're not there beside me?

I wish I colud hold you close
and then never let go,
I don't see it happening though.
I just want you to come back home.

I love you and always will,
I won't give in, I won't forget,
no matter what the wait.
I'll see you again someday.


I'll see you again,
and we'll play catch-up, you and I.

We'll play catch-up, you and I.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 7, 2005

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