Cochrane, Tom - The Secret Is To Know When To Stop Lyrics




Do you remember the night the lights went out
All along the promenade
It started to rain my coat, your dress got wet
We laughed till we almost cried

Your spirit was so contageous
Our timing really bad
You were so outrageous
How could we hold back?

The secret is to know when to stop...
The secret is to know when to stop...
The secret is to know when to stop...
Remembering

Do you remember the night that we ran out
Out on the English Bay
We went out on the water
The tow almost pulled us away

Man, right there the sparks would fly
We'd get into such a mess
Our timing really stunk back then
We didn't give a damn what they thought, I guess

The secret is to know when to stop...
The secret is to know when to stop...
The secret is to know when to stop...
Remembering

And maybe when the skies flew open
Right then the lines would be broken
Your eyes they did all the talking
Keep your heart open wide

Can you remember the trip we took
In the Malibu to the west coast
We drove through a rainbow up on Roger's Pass
They never thought you'd get that close

The secret is to know when to stop...
The secret is to know when to stop...
The secret is to know when to stop...
Remembering

The secret is to know when to stop...
The secret is to know when to stop...
The secret is to know when to stop...
Remembering

The secret is to know when to stop... (The secret is to know when to stop)
The secret is to know when to stop... (The secret is to know when to stop)
The secret is to know when to stop... (The secret is to know when to stop)
Remembering





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Cochrane, Tom The Secret Is To Know When To Stop Comments
  1. randall scott burress

    They said/ "do you wanna get in the back seat?" i said no "I'd rather stay up here with you/

  2. D August

    Cheers.

  3. Debonaire Nerd

    The best time to stop is before the car runs out of gas *Mutley laugh*

  4. Brent Cummings

    Love it Brings back memories

  5. The Black Hat Writer

    This album sort of turned me towards an appreciation for blues rock and the strength of the singer/songwriter. Along with Radney Foster's Del Rio, TX, 1959, I learned the value of powerful and poetic lyricism. The entire album of Mad, Mad World--from "Life is a Highway" on down to this beautiful closing track, is an underappreciated masterpiece with heart, soul, and raw talent. It was then and still is one of my all-time favorite albums.

    Juliet

    The Black Hat Writer it's one of my favorites as well.......

  6. screwyootube1

    Bob Coburn played this just a few minutes ago on "Nighttime Nuggets"! No one else in L.A. plays Tom Cochrane! Thanks, B.C.! Sunday evenings 8 pm to midnight on 95.5 KLOS! I listen online at 955klos(dot)com

    Rock radio the way it used to be - the way it was meant to be! Free form!

    The Black Hat Writer

    It's a shame, too. Because he is so talented.

  7. Jay Heakes

    Canadas' missing link to R&R. What Scorpion said (above)

  8. Joshua Coghlan

    @scorpion19142001
    I Do think He is Making a New CD
    you can all ways follow him on Facebook or twitter.
    Can't Agree More most amazing singer

  9. scorpion19142001

    Tom and with Red Rider as well - could sing NO wrong. I'm always hungry for more of his tunes. I hope for more tunes from him someday. One Hell of a damn good rocker & ballad composer/ writer & singer.
    Larry, Vancouver, B.C.

  10. Moshe K

    one of my favorite songs of all time, its a shame noone got to learn it, but at the same time, i feel like its a song only a select lucky few know.

    I like this song and Natalie by the Heights. If you like this song check out Natalie and tell me what you think. (v=X69z_mfgpoU)

  11. Joshua Coghlan

    @kelscott213 : Thanks alot , If You like any other songs of his like me know in PM ill Up load :)
    Click share , Like , Love it , :) Thanks