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Aubrey By Bread – Meaning Of The Song And Lyrics

AUBREY BY BREAD – Here, we are going to know the meaning of the song Aubrey by Bread, as well as the following lyrics.

About

The song was recorded by the American soft rock group Bread and was composed by the band leader and primary music producer David Gates.

Gates wrote the song after watching the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s which stars the late Audrey Hepburn.

The song is all about a girl named Aubrey of which he had unrequited love, as depicted in one of its lines “the hearts that never played in tune”. The singer longed for the girl.

Lyrics

Here is the lyrics of the song uplifted from Genius:

And Aubrey was her name
A not so very ordinary girl
Or name
But who’s to blame
For a love that wouldn’t bloom
For the hearts that never played in tune

Like a lovely melody
That everyone can sing
Take away the words that rhyme
It doesn’t mean a thing

And Aubrey was her name
We tripped the light
And danced together to the moon

But where was June
No, it never came around
If it did
It never made a sound

Maybe I was absent
Or was listening too fast
Catching all the words
But then the meaning going past

But God
I miss the girl
And I’d go a thousand times
Around the world just to be
Closer to her than to me

And Aubrey was her name
I never knew her
But I loved her just the same
I loved her name

Wish that I had found the way
And the reasons that
Would make her stay
I have learned to lead
A life apart from all the rest

If I can’t have
The one I want
I’ll do without the best

But how I miss the girl
And I’d go a million times
Around the world
Just to say
She had been mine for a day

Here is the song uploaded by beatlemaniac6270 on YouTube:

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