• Artist: HUB
  • Title: ROUND AND ROUND
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), All Other, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Falling in Love, Love Lost, Missing a Loved One, Regret, Longing
  • Lyrics: COME AROUND WITH THE THINGS YOU SAY AND THE THINGS YOU WEAR ROUND AND ROUND WITH THE THINGS YOU SAY AND WHAT YOU WEAR AND COME AROUND WITH THE THINGS YOU KNOW AND THE LEG YOU SHOW ROUND AND ROUND WITH THE THINGS YOU KNOW AND THE LEG YOU SHOW AND SAW YOU THERE WITH YOUR PERFECT HAIR AND THE INK YOU BARE ROUND AND ROUND WITH THE PERFECT HAIR AND THE INK YOU BARE AND FEELING OH SO GOOD YOU KNOW I SHOULDN’T BUT I SHOULD YOU KNOW IVE WANTED FOR SO LONG AND YOU KNOW IT WOULDN’T BE SO WRONG SAW YOU THERE WITH THE MOVES SO TIGHT YOU MOVED ALL NIGHT ROUND AND ROUND WITH THE MOVES SO TIGHT YOU WENT ALL NIGHT AND PUT YOU TO BED WELL INTO THE NIGHT YOU WERE RIGHT ROUND AND ROUND INTO THE NIGHT AND YOU WERE RIGHT AND WOKE YOU UP WHEN THE SUN WAS BRIGHT EVERTHING WAS RIGHT ROUND AND ROUND THE SUN WAS BRIGHT EVERYTHING WAS RIGHT AND FEELING OH SO GOOD YOU KNOW I SHOULDN’T BUT I SHOULD YOU KNOW IVE WANTED FOR SO LONG AND YOU KNOW IT WOULDN’T BE SO WRONG AND IT WOULD SHE DOESN’T KNOW ME NOW IT’S BEEN YEARS NOW PICK UP THE PHONE NOW SAY WHAT AND WHERE AND HOW SHE DOESN’T KNOW MY NAME WHAT WAS HER LAST NAME THIS IS NOT A FUN GAME SHE MIGHT THINK I AM LAME FEELING OH SO GOOD YOU KNOW I SHOULDN’T BUT I SHOULD YOU KNOW IVE WANTED FOR LONG AND YOU KNOW IT WOULDN’T BE SO WRONG AND IT WOULD
  • Keywords: cheerful, upbeat, positive, rock, Bass, Guitar, Youth

About HUB

HUB

everett, ontario Canada

Genres: Pop Rock, Pop Rock

HUB – The Next Big Thing
Google this: Next Big Thing. See it yet? Give it a minute—it’s coming. The next big thing I’m speaking of is the rising musical singularity known as HUB. Planted and harvested in the gardens of Central Ontario, this band is almost done growing up and is ripe and ready to head out and conquer the world.
Enter the debut album “8.” It wraps acerbic wit in saccharine melodies that feature ...

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