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I Miss Us
I Miss Us
Words and Music by Scott Jeffrey
Copyright 2008

We've got a slow and steady fire.
Between a husband and a wife
And I thank the Lord for all I have.
I've got a picture perfect life.

And I know I am one lucky man
I'm not questioning these gifts.
It's just sometimes when the lights go down
There are some simple things I miss

I miss going to the movies
On a Sunday afternoon
And slow dancing in the headlights
To that Johnny Rivers tune
Your body swaying to the music
Beneath a bright October moon
I love the life we have together
I just miss the way it was...
I miss us.

I'm not pointing any fingers.
There's no one that's to blame.
The bills the kids and worries
Were bound to cool the flame

It's just lately I've been lonesome
And there's not much I can do
But to love you from a distance
And hope you miss us too.


I know we'll find our way back home
This love's for real and it's strong.
But if we could make the trip together
The road might not seem so long.
And it does...it does...you know it does.
Oh I miss us. I miss us.

I miss lying on the sofa
Watching late night TV
The sound of you softly breathing
When your body's close to me
I miss our pointless conversations
I just miss your company.
And I know that life will come full circle
Just like it always does.
But I miss us. I miss us...

You will always be my one true love
But I miss us.
I wrote this simple song for you because...
I miss us. I miss us.

Short Song Description:
Written for any married couple that are desperately in love but caught up in the hassles of every day life...bills...kids...work and worries.
Long Song Description:
Story Behind the Song:
Lyric Credits: Scott Jeffrey
Music Credits: Scott Jeffrey, Al Biela
Producer Credits: Al Biela
Publisher Credits: Al Biela
Performance Credits: Scott Jeffrey, Al Biela
Label Credits:
Song Length: 4:40
Primary Genre: Folk-Country
Secondary Genre: Country-Contemporary
Tempo / Feel: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Loneliness
Subject Matter 2: Girlfriend, Wife
Mood 1: Poignant
Similar Artist 1: Harry Chapin
Similar Artist 2: Willie Nelson
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later