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This song is by Colin Blunstone and appears on the album Ennismore (1972).

Quartet
Blunstone-Jones

I - Exclusively For Me

This is a song written exclusively for me
Something to warm me on a lonely winter's night
And if I want to think someone's thinking of me
I look into my song and see who I can see.

And my pages curl, and hurl me now from key to key
Reeling through the gloom of a lonely empty room
The lines start to unlock my mind, and I feel free
The winters' night gives way to a warm summers' day.

Ooh ...

The light's turned off, but there's no woman to turn on
And there's no happiness in having to undress
I put such thoughts aside, and listen to my song
Night makes things better, and my song does the rest.

This is a song written exclusively for me
Something to warm me on a lonely winters' night
And if I want to think someone's thinking of me
I look into my song and see who I can see.

II - A Sign From Me To You

You say all you wanted was a sign, my love
Something to show that I am always with you
I could give you many, many signs, my love
But I'm afraid that I may just confuse you.

Losing you was all I needed to find you
I never realised how I could miss you
I don't care where, or what, you've been doing
As long as for the future you are with me.

If all you wanted was a sign from me to you
I wonder what on earth you wanted me to do
I tried so hard to prove that I had changed my ways
You didn't believe me, you didn't believe me.

To admit to everything I feel, my love
Is to expose my fondest dream to daylight
Loving you is something I can do alone
But if you know I'm frightened you might run away.

Life is full of circles and it's my turn now
I remember times when you were phoning me
I never understood the laws of life, my love
But I hope I learned a little of the laws of you.

If all you wanted was a sign from me to you
I wonder what on earth you wanted me to do
I tried so hard to prove that I had changed my ways
You didn't believe me, you didn't believe me.

III - Every Sound I Heard

Every sound I heard sounded like her name
But if I tried to play it seriously, she had to play a game

I loved her when we started, although I didn't know it
I loved her when we parted, although I didn't show it
No, no, no, no.

In the mirror of your face (in the mirror of your face) I watched love disappear
In the space that took its' place (in the space that took its' place)
Formed an unshed tear.

I loved her when we started, although I didn't know it
I loved her when we parted, although I didn't show it
No, no, no, no.

Now I am a man alone (now I am a man alone) I live a single life
Many women have I known (many women have I known) I want none as my wife.

IV - How Wrong Can One Man Be

Funny how the only song I could ever write for you
Was when you said you'd finally had enough
Never thought you'd ever say it, never thought you could
How wrong can one man ever be?

Even when you came around, that last and final time
I thought that I could kiss away your words
But you dried your eyes, and shook your head, as I opened the door
How wrong can one man ever be?

How wrong can you be?
How long does it take to see mistakes you have made?

So farewell goodbye now, you've broken away
Well, I feel we'll never, ever, meet again
And if made mistakes, well, I hope you understood at least some
But how wrong can one man ever be.

How wrong can you be?
How long does it take to see mistakes you have made?

Funny how the only song I could ever write for you
Was when you said you'd finally had enough
Never thought you'd ever say it, never thought you could
How wrong can one man ever be?

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