A song about missing out on opportunities because you didn't have the courage to speak your mind and talk about your feelings.

Funded by FACTOR and the Ontario Arts Council

Lyrics

What about this?
One, two, three, four

Sometimes I can be a coward when it comes to what I want
You’d think that I would learn my lesson a few times around the block
Endlessly waiting for the right signs to slap me in the face
I’m just an ordinary madness on an unforgiving day

Oh I waited too long
To tell you that my arms
Are where you belong
But you moved on a bit too fast
And I don’t know what to do about it
What to do about it

You’re not even tryna hide the fact that you’re all in with her
I never let you know I cared so why would you know that I’m hurt
I guess that karma has the best ways of winning every race
This feels worse than all the traffic on the 401 freeway

Oh I waited too long
To tell you that my arms
Are where you belong
But you moved on a bit too fast
And I don’t know what to do about it
Ooh
Oh I waited too long
To tell you that my arms
Are where you belong
But you moved on a bit too fast
And I don’t know what to do about it
What to do about it

So I’m trying to say what I need to say
But it’s not working
So here I am standing here asking the time of day
So why does it feel
Like a eulogy at a funeral
All our friends are here
Am I delusional

Oh I waited too long
To tell you that my arms
Are where you belong
But you moved on a bit too fast
And I don’t know what to do about it
Ooh
Oh I waited too long
To tell you that my arms
Are where you belong
But you moved on a bit too fast
And I don’t know what to do about it
What to do about it

But you moved on a bit too fast
And I don’t know what to do about it
What to do about it