The Normalz

The Normalz

BandPopAdult Contemporary

Other Info

Cover band: 
No
Record Label: 
Heart and Crown Records

Lyrics

Suddenly

Written By: Liz Jackson and Ted Jacobs

Suddenly

Baby go grab that big dark blanket
and some of that wine your daddy keeps
Because tonight I want to meet you where
the yellow flowers grow and the full moon is calling
I've got nothing baby, nothing to hide and nothing to save
except for this soul and tonight, I think I want to be save, oh I'd love to be saved
So pour me some inspiration, to the lips of this confessor
Because when you look at me you know make me feel like
I’m your religion baby

And Suddenly everything’s ok
and the clouds are disappearing baby
The world just melts like a shadow in the moonlight (oh, yeah, yeah)
Suddenly everything’s OK
And I’m feeling kind of happy baby
Just you and me and a guitar softly playing (oh, yeah, yeah)

Sitting outside where the oleanders bloom
Thinking about me just thinking about you
Just wishing that I had your company
While the hours go slowly by
We could walk down to the corner of Broadway
You could tell me everything I know anyway
Because when you laugh you know my life feels sweet
And you make me feel like I’m somebody

Tell me one of your stories
Make it long, make it last while I lose myself
Because there’s no place I would rather be
Than to have you here with me

And Suddenly everything’s ok
and the clouds are disappearing baby
The world just melts like a shadow in the moonlight (oh, yeah, yeah)
Suddenly everything’s OK
And I’m feeling kind of happy baby
Just you and me and a guitar softly playing (oh, yeah, yeah)

And Suddenly everything’s ok
and the clouds are kind of clearing baby
The world just melts like a shadow in the moonlight (oh, yeah, yeah)
Suddenly everything’s OK
And you make me a believer baby
Just you and me and a guitar softly playing (oh, yeah, yeah)

Any Other Way

Written By: Liz Jackson / Ted Jacobs

Any Other Way
Jackson/Jacobs

These days fly by
And it’s already raining
In the middle of December
In these moments of my life
You’re the good and the beauty
Everything I could ask for

When I look back
on where we’ve gone
And the places that we’ve been

I wouldn’t have it
Any other way

We bear the scars
But they’re just the badges
of the loved and the giving
I’ll carry your heart here in my own
Every day that I’m living

When I look back
on where we’ve gone
And the places that we’ve been

I wouldn’t have it
Any other way

As We Lay

Written By: Liz Jackson / Ted Jacobs

As We Lay

The cold dark ground felt so right again, so right again
As your hand wiped the sweat up off my brow
The tail lights dimmed long the highway
It was the only way,
And you left me with my suitcase, coming down

When Desperata’s on her feet again
She’s going to walk me straight out of this town

As we lay
And I overlooked the consequences
Dust began to settle in men’s frowns
As we lay and I overstayed my welcome
There’s not enough room for me in this town

The women like to wag their tongues at me
Let them all believe
That they’re more pure and righteous
Than my sins. . .
Because one day I’m going to make it out of here,
Leave them standing there,
with their tattered laundry flapping in the wind

When Desperata rises from her knees again
She’s going to walk me straight out of this nasty little town

As we lay
And I overlooked the consequences
Dust began to settle in men’s frowns
As we lay and I overstayed my welcome
There’s not enough room for me in this town