Vocals & acoustic guitar - Tim Sincere
Backing vocals - Rachael Williams

Written & produced by Tim Sincere
Recorded in Trapdoor Studio, Santa Cruz, California

Story Behind The Song
The resident sound and piano man at a local pub where I play regularly, split up with his girlfriend on holiday in Ireland and this song tells the story of how things have turned out for him. She left Santa Cruz and went back to her parents' house on the Cape. I used a bit of artistic license here and there, but for the most part, it's spot on.

Lyrics

I haven’t really been the same since you left me in the rain last Christmastime
And you haven’t answered any calls. Your phone’s been ringing off the wall and I’m losing my mind

You used to drive me mad. Now I’m missing what we had
Every day since you’ve been gone
You’re half a world away. That’s what it feels like anyway
Every day since you’ve been gone

Your hair is still blocking up my sink. It’s really starting now to stink, but I don’t care
Your mail and your stupid magazines still get delivered every week, ‘though you’re not here

You used to drive me mad. Now I’m missing what we had
Every day since you’ve been gone
You’re half a world away. That’s what it feels like anyway
Every day since you’ve been gone

You took all the records and my tapes. You took the dog back to the Cape, and I’m all alone
And now I really can’t afford the rent. I’ll soon be living in a tent with my student loan

You used to drive me mad. Now I’m missing what we had
Every day since you’ve been gone
You’re half a world away. That’s what it feels like anyway
Every day since you’ve been gone

You used to drive me mad. Now I’m missing what we had
Every day since you’ve been gone
You’re half a world away. That’s what it feels like anyway
Every day since you’ve been gone