Darren Hayes – A Little Death Lyrics

 

A Little Death Lyrics by Darren Hayes

 

Hey boy can I get a little sympathy?
Because the future of you and I died a little death today
You barely noticed my heart stopped when you walked away
I imagined us driving in my new car marvelling at stars in the observatory
Hey boy can we pretend it was just a dream
That I died every time I saw you online and you spoke to me
You put me in your top five
That all ended tonight
I saw visions of parked cars and lights of Griffith Park vanishing

It was ten long years
You didn’t even notice
And if you did you’d let it go
It was ten long years
I kept my feelings locked inside
Did I ever cross your mind?

The first and last time I am ever gonna drive you home
Because the future of you and I died a little death tonight
I’m gonna do myself a favor, take mixed signals for ‘no’
It was fun to indulge and pretend and descend but it’s a heavy blow

It was ten long years
You didn’t even notice
And if you did you’d let it go
It was ten long years
I kept my feelings locked inside
Did I ever cross your mind?

As time goes by the feelings fade
But they never really went away
Somewhere in another universe
Maybe you and I are on that hill
Scanning skies with telescopes
LA lights laid out below us
Future lives stretched out before us
A little death you didn’t notice

It was ten long years
You didn’t even notice
And if you did you hid it well
Ten long years
I kept my feelings locked inside
Did I ever cross your mind?
Does nobody ever cross your mind?
Did I cross your mind?
Does nobody ever cross your mind?
Nobody ever cross your mind?

    Credits & Song Knowledge

  • Song Title: A Little Death
  • Performed by: Darren Hayes
  • Written by: Darren Hayes
  • Genre: Pop
  • Album: Homosexual
  • Release Date: 7 October, 2022