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Runaway
(Marquee MAR 03809)
Runaway
 
  1. Promise Me (Lynne)
  2. Just Say Goodbye (Lynne)
  3. A Shade Off Colour (Lynne)
  4. Up And Down (Lynne/John)
  5. It Isn’t You (John)
  6. Love Of The Hurting Kind (Lynne)
  7. Saving Me (Lynne)
  1. I Think I’m Going Home (Lynne)
  2. Stranger Looking In (Lynne)
  3. Crazy (Lynne)
  4. October Sun (Lynne)
  5. Winter Into Spring (Lynne)
  6. Pride Comes Before A Fall (Lynne)
  7. Runaway (Lynne)
(Lyrics)
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Promise Me Sometimes a relationship just seems to move from one difficulty to the next.  One problem is overcome, but then another seems to be waiting around the corner. This song expresses the hope that it is all worthwhile. In the end, it will be worth it.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar and Bass: John. Tambourine: Lynne.
Just Say Goodbye The story of a woman who loves her man, but she thinks he is not in love with her. She is confused. Why does he stay? Why doesn’t he simply go away?
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar and Bass: John.
A Shade Off Colour Relationships often do not run as smoothly as we would like. This is an optimistic view of that situation. It says that although things are difficult, and maybe other people could not cope with it, in this case, they are still happy.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne and John. Lead guitar: John.
Up And Down Sometimes in a relationship, when one person is feeling good, the other always seems to do or say something to bring them down. But then when they are down, the other person can not understand why, and wants them to be happy.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar, Bass and Tambourine: John.
It Isn’t You Two people can be friends for a long time without being lovers. This song looks at the moment when one of them begins to feel that possibly the feelings are a little more than just friendship.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar: Lynne. Bass: John.
Love Of The Hurting Kind Some relationships seem to be very one sided. As in “UP AND DOWN,” one person is always the taker and the other is always the giver. In this song there comes a time when the giver cannot give any more.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar, Bass and Percussion Keyboard: John. Shaker: Lynne.
Saving Me Sometimes when life is difficult and hard to understand, you think you see a glimpse of a new life. But in the end, the vision was a mirage caused by the confusion of life.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar, Bass and Mandolin: John.
I Think I’m Going Home Wind, Water, Fire, Earth. Life does not always go as we would like. But in our own individual ways, we can all go home to Mother Earth.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar and Bass: John.
Stranger Looking In A clandestine love affair can be fun, but it brings with it a serious aspect.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Keyboard and Bass: John. Clock: John Mitchell.
Crazy A love affair will start, run its course, and end, but then sometimes it will start again, only to end again, then start again, again and again…
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar and Keyboard: John. Bass: John Mitchell.
October Sun This song is a lament at the passing of a good time of life.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Keyboard: John Mitchell.
Winter Into Spring This is another optimistic song, even though it speaks of problems. It says that we learn and grow from our experiences, and come out stronger the other side.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar and Bass: John.
Pride Comes Before A Fall This is a little bit like “LOVE OF THE HURTING KIND.” Some people always have to play games with their relationships. But in the end, the games are likely to be their undoing.
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar: John. Bass and Guitar Solos: John Mitchell.
Runaway Part of the theme of “PRIDE COMES BEFORE A FALL” is the aspect of playing games. Sometimes we do this, and hurt the one person who has done so much to make us happy. We don’t know why we do it, and we don’t really want to do it. Afterwards, we feel guilty of the hurt we have caused, and unworthy of the love we have been given. At a time like that, our only thought may be, “If only I could run away.”
Acoustic guitars: Lynne & John. Lead guitar: John. Keyboard and Bass: John Mitchell. 

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