This is an album of songs 20 years in the making. Here's a quick summary of the songs and the album overall:
Valentine's Day Massacre: Love dies--sometimes with a whimper, sometimes with a scream. Sometimes a little of both.
Shallow Water: Once bitten, twice shy, as they say. So what about twice bitten? Three, four, five times...? You get the idea.
Not A Dry Eye In The House: Yeah, player, you just got played. Deal with it.
Make Every Kiss Count: The modern world can sink you like quicksand. Don't be a casualty.
Moment In The Sun: Good things come to those who wait. But don't blink or you might miss them.
Trapeze: She's right. You're wrong. She's scared. You're uncertain. She's mad. You're confused. Back and forth. Over and over. But you just can't let go, or the fall might kill you.
Up Against: Nobody's perfect. So look closer.
Floodgates: When you least expect it, someone saves you from yourself. Boom.
Wonder: The heart doesn't lie. You just have to learn the language.
Don't Let Her Get Away: If you're gonna strike out, at least go down swinging.
The Great Beyond: "Seasons will turn and some can learn to let it go/And some only cling to what has died"
Hold The Applause: Hey, thanks for all the words of advice and helpful suggestions. Now kindly go to hell.
So, yeah. Some love songs. Some love-gone-wrong songs. Relationships. Sex. Emotion. Messy stuff. Much more fun when set to music, isn't it?