We fell in love, don't say we didn't
What a sad tragic cosmic accident
That we ever even met
Now you're stuck inside my head
Stuck inside my head
All of the other people who
I'd have been happy being attracted to
If I'd have never met you
If I'd have never met you

Oh no you don't believe in soulmates
I can just be with any ENTJ
Three in a hundred in a city of 8 million people
No I'm not confused, I know that I belong with only you
I think it's only you
Maybe it's only you

And I don't care if I'm a fool
Love happens to everyone
Well everyone except maybe you
Except you
I guess except you

Oh no you don't believe in soulmates
I can just be with any ENTJ
Three in a hundred in a city of 8 million people
No I'm not confused
I know that I belong with only you
I think it's only you

I can't explain it
Somebody please explain this
Just prove that I'm stupid or crazy
I'm open to explanation
Until then it's only you
I think it's only

Show me a better girl
I'm dying to meet her
Yeah make me feel better
Blow this thing out of the water

Cause I know
Oh no you don't believe in soulmates
I can just be with any ENTJ
Three in a hundred in a city of 8 million people
No I'm not confused I know that I belong with only you

Written by Melinda May in NY, New York. Vocals and Guitar by Melinda May. Recorded, produced and engineered at JL Studios in Olyphant, Pennsylvania by Melinda May, Jay Preston and Joe Loftus. Mastered by Nick Dragoni in Boston, MA. Copyright 2015 Melinda M. Hapeman.

Thank you Erica Rozelle, Lyndsey Sabol, Shane Dalton and Ron Oley.

I got dust on my keds
Came from inside of your wall
Couldn't sleep, couldn't clean them off
I could keep moving the things in your room
Until this puzzle is solved
Cause for all the girls in China
You couldn't prove me wrong

When I asked you what mercurial meant
You were in for it
I knew it'd come to this
Turn on my heels again
Imma find another scientist
who sings in foreign languages
I'll be his experiment

And I don't care about 200 bucks
I swear tonight I'd pay double
If I could fade away and shut up

When I asked you what mercurial meant
You were in for it
I knew it'd come to this
Turn on my heels again
Imma find another scientist
Who sings in foriegn langugaes
I'll be his experiment

Oh my little brain is just stuck in folk ways
When I said I wanna wait, you said I was insane
Now take that line put it up on a shelf
Out of sight, out of mind
On the ones we built

Imma find another scientist
Imma find another scientist

Written and sung by Melinda May. Guitar by Tim Husty. Recorded at JL Studios in Olyphant, PA by Joe Loftus and Jay Preston. Copyright 2015 Melinda M. Hapeman. 

Thank you Erica Rozelle, Lyndsey Sabol, Shane Dalton.

What if when you were ten
You'd committed your life to paper and pen
And when you moved from your state
It was to draw pictures, not a penny to your name
And you moved into the space below me
Would have noticed you crossing our street
And I'd know
I'd still know
You glow

When if you'd been born in Spain
No one speaks English in the town you were raised
When you'd cross the sea
You'd have still found me

You'd have still come in some Sunday afternoon
I, I wouldn't need a reason to talk to you
I'd have just mustered up a cómo estás?
You'd have tried, how are you?
And I'd know
I'd still know
You glow
You glow
You glow
You glow

What if you'd won the lottery
And you'd wanted to take me
To Amsterdam
Cozy place in Paris
I hear the lights are nice on the Champs-Élysées
But you'd never wonder why I'd stayed
I'd say no

So you could know you still Glow
You glow
You glow (All on your own)
You glow (All on your own)
You glow

You were always coming in some Sunday afternoon
I would never need a reason to talk to you
I'd have found something to say
You'd have found a way to know my name
And I'd know
I'd still know

Recorded, produced and engineered at JL Studios in Olyphant, Pennsylvania by Joe Loftus, Tim Husty, Jay Preston and Melinda May. Music and lyrics written by Melinda May. Vocals by Melinda May. Copyright 2014 Melinda M. Hapeman. All instruments and percussion by Tim Husty. Cover photo by Rachel Thalia.

Thank you Chelsea March, Lyndsey Sabol, Erica Rozelle, Darius Garvin, Shane Dalton.