‘Another Place and Time’ Lyrics

Lisa Redford EP Cover

‘Music and the Mountains’

What are you afraid of? A love that lasts for life.
You’ve built a wall around you and locked your heart inside.
I wanna be there for you, I never let you down.
But you don’t want me around.

You’re away, with the music and the mountains.
You don’t see me, you don’t need me anymore.
You escape, to the music and the mountains.
You don’t see me, you don’t need me, anymore.

I know that you’ve been hurting. Too scared to love again.
One thing I know for certain, I just can’t be a friend.

This love that I imagine, can never come to be, when you just wanna be free.

You’re away, with the music and the mountains.
You don’t see me, you don’t need me anymore.
You escape to the music and the mountains.
You don’t see me, you don’t need me, anymore.
Anymore, you don’t see me, you don’t need me anymore.

You think that you’ll be safe there.
You can be wild and free.
But one day, someday, you’ll be alone.
And you’ll think of me.
And what could’ve been..You’ll think of me.

You’re away, with the music and the mountains.
You don’t see me, you don’t need me anymore.
You escape to the music and the mountains.
You don’t see me, you don’t need me, anymore.
You’re away, with the music and the mountains.
You don’t see me, you don’t need me anymore.
You escape to the music and the mountains.
You don’t see me, you don’t need me, anymore.

Another place and time

Barefoot in the kitchen, the morning light streams in
It’s just another normal day, a sadness still within
I know that you are far away and living your new life
And that there’s just no point at all in keeping up this fight

I know it’s been awhile but I still think of you
In spite of all the pain and hurt that you have put me through


Could you care for me, be there for me
Another place and time
And do you ever think about the one you left behind
We’ll never know if our love had grown
And what we might have been
I only hope that you could’ve been mine
Another place and time

I wish that I could call you, see how you’re doing now
But your life got so busy, I doubt you’d be around
Fate was never on our side
World’s collided for a time
Still I’m glad that our paths crossed, for a little while

I know that you had dreams that took you far away from me
Searching for the life you always knew you had to lead

Could you care for me, be there for me
Another place and time
And do you ever think about the one you left behind
We’ll never know if our love had grown
And what we might have been
I only hope that you could’ve been mine
Another place and time

And I can’t carry sorrow with me and keep on living in the past
If you had only felt the way I do, maybe we could’ve had a chance

Could you care for me, be there for me
Another place and time
And do you ever think about the one you left behind
We’ll never know if our love had grown
And what we might have been
I only hope that you could’ve been mine
Another place and time
Another place and time… oooh

Remember Me

Do you remember, how it used to be
I would wait for you, you’d be there for me
It felt as though those days would never end
Do you remember, how we used to feel
How was I to know, that it wasn’t real
It felt like we were always meant to be

And I don’t know why, you don’t see
Just how good you’d be for me
And I don’t know why, you don’t see
but remember, remember, remember remember  me

Do you remember, or do you forget
Only wish I could, hasn’t happened yet
but maybe someday I will see the light

And I don’t know why, you don’t see
Just how good you’d be for me
And I don’t know why, you don’t see
but remember, remember, remember remember me

And sometimes, life gets strange
We lose our way, and people change
And sometimes, it seem to me
You’re not the man I thought that you would be

And I don’t know why, you don’t see
Just how good you’d be for me
And I don’t know why, you don’t see
but remember, remember, remember remember me
And I don’t know why, you don’t see
Just how good you’d be for me
And I don’t know why, you don’t see
but remember, remember, remember remember me
oh remember, remember, remember, remember me
oh remember, remember, remember, remember me

© Lisa Redford