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Song i ain t missing you at all

Song i ain t missing you at all

Song i ain t missing you at all

To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman with whom he is still in love, he, frustrated, slaps the lamp above him causing it to swing back and forth and begins to sing the song. Pained at her emotional and physical assault, he sadly remembers being at one of her photo shoots. I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what my friends say And there's a message that I'm sending out, like a telegraph to your soul And if I can't bridge this distance, stop this heartbreak overload chorus I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight chorus Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, ain't missing you, oh no No matter what my friends might say, I ain't missing you Although some people understandably have mistaken the street scene for New York City or London, the director intentionally looked for a location in downtown Los Angeles where there was "no Stucco" on the walls which would have been a dead giveaway that it was shot in the southwest U. She leans against the door gently touching it and, with a deep breath, she turns and leaves as tears flow down her face. Waite is gone. When she finally comes to his door and knocks, he doesn't answer, as he doesn't hear her knock over the music playing on his earphones he had put on just before her first knock. He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces. When he opens his bedroom door, a woman playfully jumps into his arms and they embrace falling back onto the bed. He goes into a bar. He laments about "I ain't missin' you at all" as he walks down the city street only to see a picture of the woman on a newspaper. The opening line "Every time I think of you" [7] is the title of the song by Waite's group the Babys. He wanted it to look neutral and not be identifiable as any particular city. Later, Waite watches through a crack in the door as the woman angrily throws her clothes into her suitcase. She pushes through the door to leave him and it hits him in the face full force as she storms past him, away. Trying to be cool, Waite leans on a lighting stand but misses and stumbles. Composition[ edit ] The song is a soft rock track. There, an older woman slides onto the stool next to him and tries to flirt with him, but for sheer sorrow shows he is not interested and then goes home again still pining for the woman. Everytime I think of you, I always catch my breath And I'm still standing here, and you're miles away And I'm wonderin' why you left And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight I hear your name in certain circles, and it always makes me smile I spend my time thinkin' about you, and it's almost driving me wild And there's a heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say There's a message in the wire, and I'm sending you this signal tonight You don't know how desperate I've become And it looks like I'm losing this fight In your world I have no meaning, though I'm trying hard to understand And it's my heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight Chorus: Song i ain t missing you at all



He laments about "I ain't missin' you at all" as he walks down the city street only to see a picture of the woman on a newspaper. When she finally comes to his door and knocks, he doesn't answer, as he doesn't hear her knock over the music playing on his earphones he had put on just before her first knock. Composition[ edit ] The song is a soft rock track. Seeing this, she lovingly laughs at his fumbling. Pained at her emotional and physical assault, he sadly remembers being at one of her photo shoots. Waite is gone. Although some people understandably have mistaken the street scene for New York City or London, the director intentionally looked for a location in downtown Los Angeles where there was "no Stucco" on the walls which would have been a dead giveaway that it was shot in the southwest U. The opening line "Every time I think of you" [7] is the title of the song by Waite's group the Babys. He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces. Back to the present, Waite tries to call her from a phone booth, but when the woman finally picks up the phone, her only connection is to a dangling phone in an empty phone booth. To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman with whom he is still in love, he, frustrated, slaps the lamp above him causing it to swing back and forth and begins to sing the song. Later, Waite watches through a crack in the door as the woman angrily throws her clothes into her suitcase. There, an older woman slides onto the stool next to him and tries to flirt with him, but for sheer sorrow shows he is not interested and then goes home again still pining for the woman. I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what my friends say And there's a message that I'm sending out, like a telegraph to your soul And if I can't bridge this distance, stop this heartbreak overload chorus I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight chorus Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, ain't missing you, oh no No matter what my friends might say, I ain't missing you When he opens his bedroom door, a woman playfully jumps into his arms and they embrace falling back onto the bed. He wanted it to look neutral and not be identifiable as any particular city. Everytime I think of you, I always catch my breath And I'm still standing here, and you're miles away And I'm wonderin' why you left And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight I hear your name in certain circles, and it always makes me smile I spend my time thinkin' about you, and it's almost driving me wild And there's a heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say There's a message in the wire, and I'm sending you this signal tonight You don't know how desperate I've become And it looks like I'm losing this fight In your world I have no meaning, though I'm trying hard to understand And it's my heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight Chorus:

Song i ain t missing you at all



He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces. He goes into a bar. He wanted it to look neutral and not be identifiable as any particular city. Waite is gone. He laments about "I ain't missin' you at all" as he walks down the city street only to see a picture of the woman on a newspaper. Back to the present, Waite tries to call her from a phone booth, but when the woman finally picks up the phone, her only connection is to a dangling phone in an empty phone booth. I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what my friends say And there's a message that I'm sending out, like a telegraph to your soul And if I can't bridge this distance, stop this heartbreak overload chorus I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight chorus Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, ain't missing you, oh no No matter what my friends might say, I ain't missing you Composition[ edit ] The song is a soft rock track. When she finally comes to his door and knocks, he doesn't answer, as he doesn't hear her knock over the music playing on his earphones he had put on just before her first knock. Pained at her emotional and physical assault, he sadly remembers being at one of her photo shoots. She leans against the door gently touching it and, with a deep breath, she turns and leaves as tears flow down her face. The opening line "Every time I think of you" [7] is the title of the song by Waite's group the Babys. There, an older woman slides onto the stool next to him and tries to flirt with him, but for sheer sorrow shows he is not interested and then goes home again still pining for the woman. Seeing this, she lovingly laughs at his fumbling. Trying to be cool, Waite leans on a lighting stand but misses and stumbles. Everytime I think of you, I always catch my breath And I'm still standing here, and you're miles away And I'm wonderin' why you left And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight I hear your name in certain circles, and it always makes me smile I spend my time thinkin' about you, and it's almost driving me wild And there's a heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say There's a message in the wire, and I'm sending you this signal tonight You don't know how desperate I've become And it looks like I'm losing this fight In your world I have no meaning, though I'm trying hard to understand And it's my heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight Chorus: When he opens his bedroom door, a woman playfully jumps into his arms and they embrace falling back onto the bed. Although some people understandably have mistaken the street scene for New York City or London, the director intentionally looked for a location in downtown Los Angeles where there was "no Stucco" on the walls which would have been a dead giveaway that it was shot in the southwest U. Later, Waite watches through a crack in the door as the woman angrily throws her clothes into her suitcase. To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman with whom he is still in love, he, frustrated, slaps the lamp above him causing it to swing back and forth and begins to sing the song. She pushes through the door to leave him and it hits him in the face full force as she storms past him, away.



































Song i ain t missing you at all



When he opens his bedroom door, a woman playfully jumps into his arms and they embrace falling back onto the bed. She pushes through the door to leave him and it hits him in the face full force as she storms past him, away. Seeing this, she lovingly laughs at his fumbling. I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what my friends say And there's a message that I'm sending out, like a telegraph to your soul And if I can't bridge this distance, stop this heartbreak overload chorus I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight chorus Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, ain't missing you, oh no No matter what my friends might say, I ain't missing you Everytime I think of you, I always catch my breath And I'm still standing here, and you're miles away And I'm wonderin' why you left And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight I hear your name in certain circles, and it always makes me smile I spend my time thinkin' about you, and it's almost driving me wild And there's a heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say There's a message in the wire, and I'm sending you this signal tonight You don't know how desperate I've become And it looks like I'm losing this fight In your world I have no meaning, though I'm trying hard to understand And it's my heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight Chorus: He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces. Although some people understandably have mistaken the street scene for New York City or London, the director intentionally looked for a location in downtown Los Angeles where there was "no Stucco" on the walls which would have been a dead giveaway that it was shot in the southwest U. She leans against the door gently touching it and, with a deep breath, she turns and leaves as tears flow down her face. There, an older woman slides onto the stool next to him and tries to flirt with him, but for sheer sorrow shows he is not interested and then goes home again still pining for the woman. Composition[ edit ] The song is a soft rock track. Back to the present, Waite tries to call her from a phone booth, but when the woman finally picks up the phone, her only connection is to a dangling phone in an empty phone booth. The opening line "Every time I think of you" [7] is the title of the song by Waite's group the Babys. Trying to be cool, Waite leans on a lighting stand but misses and stumbles. He goes into a bar. He wanted it to look neutral and not be identifiable as any particular city.

He goes into a bar. She leans against the door gently touching it and, with a deep breath, she turns and leaves as tears flow down her face. Waite is gone. He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces. Everytime I think of you, I always catch my breath And I'm still standing here, and you're miles away And I'm wonderin' why you left And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight I hear your name in certain circles, and it always makes me smile I spend my time thinkin' about you, and it's almost driving me wild And there's a heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say There's a message in the wire, and I'm sending you this signal tonight You don't know how desperate I've become And it looks like I'm losing this fight In your world I have no meaning, though I'm trying hard to understand And it's my heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight Chorus: Trying to be cool, Waite leans on a lighting stand but misses and stumbles. When he opens his bedroom door, a woman playfully jumps into his arms and they embrace falling back onto the bed. When she finally comes to his door and knocks, he doesn't answer, as he doesn't hear her knock over the music playing on his earphones he had put on just before her first knock. Back to the present, Waite tries to call her from a phone booth, but when the woman finally picks up the phone, her only connection is to a dangling phone in an empty phone booth. I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what my friends say And there's a message that I'm sending out, like a telegraph to your soul And if I can't bridge this distance, stop this heartbreak overload chorus I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight chorus Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, ain't missing you, oh no No matter what my friends might say, I ain't missing you To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman with whom he is still in love, he, frustrated, slaps the lamp above him causing it to swing back and forth and begins to sing the song. Later, Waite watches through a crack in the door as the woman angrily throws her clothes into her suitcase. He laments about "I ain't missin' you at all" as he walks down the city street only to see a picture of the woman on a newspaper. The opening line "Every time I think of you" [7] is the title of the song by Waite's group the Babys. Seeing this, she lovingly laughs at his fumbling. She pushes through the door to leave him and it hits him in the face full force as she storms past him, away. Pained at her emotional and physical assault, he sadly remembers being at one of her photo shoots. He wanted it to look neutral and not be identifiable as any particular city. Song i ain t missing you at all



She pushes through the door to leave him and it hits him in the face full force as she storms past him, away. When he opens his bedroom door, a woman playfully jumps into his arms and they embrace falling back onto the bed. Seeing this, she lovingly laughs at his fumbling. Although some people understandably have mistaken the street scene for New York City or London, the director intentionally looked for a location in downtown Los Angeles where there was "no Stucco" on the walls which would have been a dead giveaway that it was shot in the southwest U. Waite is gone. He laments about "I ain't missin' you at all" as he walks down the city street only to see a picture of the woman on a newspaper. He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces. He wanted it to look neutral and not be identifiable as any particular city. Later, Waite watches through a crack in the door as the woman angrily throws her clothes into her suitcase. The opening line "Every time I think of you" [7] is the title of the song by Waite's group the Babys. I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what my friends say And there's a message that I'm sending out, like a telegraph to your soul And if I can't bridge this distance, stop this heartbreak overload chorus I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight chorus Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, ain't missing you, oh no No matter what my friends might say, I ain't missing you He goes into a bar. When she finally comes to his door and knocks, he doesn't answer, as he doesn't hear her knock over the music playing on his earphones he had put on just before her first knock. She leans against the door gently touching it and, with a deep breath, she turns and leaves as tears flow down her face. Everytime I think of you, I always catch my breath And I'm still standing here, and you're miles away And I'm wonderin' why you left And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight I hear your name in certain circles, and it always makes me smile I spend my time thinkin' about you, and it's almost driving me wild And there's a heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say There's a message in the wire, and I'm sending you this signal tonight You don't know how desperate I've become And it looks like I'm losing this fight In your world I have no meaning, though I'm trying hard to understand And it's my heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight Chorus: Pained at her emotional and physical assault, he sadly remembers being at one of her photo shoots. Back to the present, Waite tries to call her from a phone booth, but when the woman finally picks up the phone, her only connection is to a dangling phone in an empty phone booth. Trying to be cool, Waite leans on a lighting stand but misses and stumbles. Composition[ edit ] The song is a soft rock track. To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman with whom he is still in love, he, frustrated, slaps the lamp above him causing it to swing back and forth and begins to sing the song. There, an older woman slides onto the stool next to him and tries to flirt with him, but for sheer sorrow shows he is not interested and then goes home again still pining for the woman.

Song i ain t missing you at all



Although some people understandably have mistaken the street scene for New York City or London, the director intentionally looked for a location in downtown Los Angeles where there was "no Stucco" on the walls which would have been a dead giveaway that it was shot in the southwest U. She pushes through the door to leave him and it hits him in the face full force as she storms past him, away. Later, Waite watches through a crack in the door as the woman angrily throws her clothes into her suitcase. Waite is gone. He wanted it to look neutral and not be identifiable as any particular city. To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman with whom he is still in love, he, frustrated, slaps the lamp above him causing it to swing back and forth and begins to sing the song. I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what my friends say And there's a message that I'm sending out, like a telegraph to your soul And if I can't bridge this distance, stop this heartbreak overload chorus I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight chorus Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, ain't missing you, oh no No matter what my friends might say, I ain't missing you He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces. She leans against the door gently touching it and, with a deep breath, she turns and leaves as tears flow down her face. Everytime I think of you, I always catch my breath And I'm still standing here, and you're miles away And I'm wonderin' why you left And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight I hear your name in certain circles, and it always makes me smile I spend my time thinkin' about you, and it's almost driving me wild And there's a heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say There's a message in the wire, and I'm sending you this signal tonight You don't know how desperate I've become And it looks like I'm losing this fight In your world I have no meaning, though I'm trying hard to understand And it's my heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight Chorus: Pained at her emotional and physical assault, he sadly remembers being at one of her photo shoots. He goes into a bar. Seeing this, she lovingly laughs at his fumbling. When she finally comes to his door and knocks, he doesn't answer, as he doesn't hear her knock over the music playing on his earphones he had put on just before her first knock. The opening line "Every time I think of you" [7] is the title of the song by Waite's group the Babys. When he opens his bedroom door, a woman playfully jumps into his arms and they embrace falling back onto the bed. Trying to be cool, Waite leans on a lighting stand but misses and stumbles. Composition[ edit ] The song is a soft rock track. He laments about "I ain't missin' you at all" as he walks down the city street only to see a picture of the woman on a newspaper. There, an older woman slides onto the stool next to him and tries to flirt with him, but for sheer sorrow shows he is not interested and then goes home again still pining for the woman. Back to the present, Waite tries to call her from a phone booth, but when the woman finally picks up the phone, her only connection is to a dangling phone in an empty phone booth.

Song i ain t missing you at all



He goes into a bar. Everytime I think of you, I always catch my breath And I'm still standing here, and you're miles away And I'm wonderin' why you left And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight I hear your name in certain circles, and it always makes me smile I spend my time thinkin' about you, and it's almost driving me wild And there's a heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say There's a message in the wire, and I'm sending you this signal tonight You don't know how desperate I've become And it looks like I'm losing this fight In your world I have no meaning, though I'm trying hard to understand And it's my heart that's breaking down this long distance line tonight Chorus: He laments about "I ain't missin' you at all" as he walks down the city street only to see a picture of the woman on a newspaper. Although some people understandably have mistaken the street scene for New York City or London, the director intentionally looked for a location in downtown Los Angeles where there was "no Stucco" on the walls which would have been a dead giveaway that it was shot in the southwest U. Composition[ edit ] The song is a soft rock track. He wanted it to look neutral and not be identifiable as any particular city. To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman with whom he is still in love, he, frustrated, slaps the lamp above him causing it to swing back and forth and begins to sing the song. I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away I ain't missing you, no matter what my friends say And there's a message that I'm sending out, like a telegraph to your soul And if I can't bridge this distance, stop this heartbreak overload chorus I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart tonight chorus Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I can lie to myself Ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you I ain't missing you, I ain't missing you, ain't missing you, oh no No matter what my friends might say, I ain't missing you Seeing this, she lovingly laughs at his fumbling. The opening line "Every time I think of you" [7] is the title of the song by Waite's group the Babys. When he opens his bedroom door, a woman playfully jumps into his arms and they embrace falling back onto the bed. When she finally comes to his door and knocks, he doesn't answer, as he doesn't hear her knock over the music playing on his earphones he had put on just before her first knock. Later, Waite watches through a crack in the door as the woman angrily throws her clothes into her suitcase. There, an older woman slides onto the stool next to him and tries to flirt with him, but for sheer sorrow shows he is not interested and then goes home again still pining for the woman. Pained at her emotional and physical assault, he sadly remembers being at one of her photo shoots. He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces. She leans against the door gently touching it and, with a deep breath, she turns and leaves as tears flow down her face. She pushes through the door to leave him and it hits him in the face full force as she storms past him, away. Back to the present, Waite tries to call her from a phone booth, but when the woman finally picks up the phone, her only connection is to a dangling phone in an empty phone booth. Waite is gone. Trying to be cool, Waite leans on a lighting stand but misses and stumbles.

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  1. When she finally comes to his door and knocks, he doesn't answer, as he doesn't hear her knock over the music playing on his earphones he had put on just before her first knock.

  2. Seeing this, she lovingly laughs at his fumbling. He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces. To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman with whom he is still in love, he, frustrated, slaps the lamp above him causing it to swing back and forth and begins to sing the song.

  3. He tries again to call her but his anger and frustration gets the better of him and he smashes the phone into pieces.

  4. He laments about "I ain't missin' you at all" as he walks down the city street only to see a picture of the woman on a newspaper.

  5. Trying to be cool, Waite leans on a lighting stand but misses and stumbles. Although some people understandably have mistaken the street scene for New York City or London, the director intentionally looked for a location in downtown Los Angeles where there was "no Stucco" on the walls which would have been a dead giveaway that it was shot in the southwest U.

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