Jim Cuddy - New Year's Eve Lyrics

I came down the stairs
And saw you standing there
Looking across the crowded room
And crying running your fingers
Through your hair
And Auld Lang Syne was playing
People singing sorrow
From the year that has gone
And I'm still fooling myself
I keep holding on
There were so many nights
When we lay as close as thieves
Lying on the bed together laughing
I'd feel your breath upon my cheek
But it all comes down to this
One look into your eyes
Tells me something has gone
I must be out of my mind

I keep holding on
All my life I've known
Things must change
Find a way of their own
History rolls along so slow
We never notice where it's going
I go out at night
To waste a little time
People ask me how I'm doing now
I say I'm doing fine
But Auld Lang Syne will ring
As people sing the sorrows
From the years that linger on
Will I still be fooling myself
Will I still be fooling myself
Will I still be fooling myself
Still be holding on

Other Lyrics by Artist

Rand Lyrics

Jim Cuddy New Year's Eve Comments
  1. kiki browneyesl

    Seeing this for the first time. I believe that is Bodiam Castle in east Sussex, UK. I walked along a country path and stumbled across it this summer

  2. ptit hibou

    Awsome voice

  3. Tracey Chiasson

    Where is this castle? 💚✨ Magical! Thanks for posting

    Allen Cayen

    @Tracey Chiasson I actually don't remember where I got the picture from lol.  I just needed something photo wise to put with the song to be able to upload it.  And I'm glad you enjoyed the song.  I have searched for this song high and low on YouTube, but could never find it.  I have all of the Blue Rodeo Albums and Jim Cuddy Solo albums, so I decided to put it up and make it accessible for everyone!

  4. smileybluegirl

    Beautiful! :)

    Allen Cayen

    @smileybluegirl :)

    tom kelly

    @Allen Cayen New Years Day is the name of the song and it's beautiful

    Allen Cayen

    @tom kelly nope, the song name is New Year's Eve... http://www.jimcuddy.com/discography/all-in-time/