Vertical Horizon – Best I Ever Had (BBC’s “North and South)

Best I Ever Had (Grey Sky Morning)

Vertical Horizon

So you sailed away
Into a gray sky morning.
Now I’m here to stay,
Love can be so boring.
Nothing quite the same now,
I just say your name now.
But its not so bad,
You’re only the best
I ever had.
You don’t want me back.
You’re just the best
I ever had.
So you stole my world,
Now I’m just a phony.
Remembering the girl
Leaves me down and lonely.
Sending in a letter
Make yourself feel better.
But it’s not so bad,
You’re only the best
I ever had.
You don’t need me back.
You’re just the best
I ever had.
And it may take some time
To patch me up inside.
But I can’t take it
So I run away and hide.
And I may find in time
That you were always right.
You’re always right.
So you sailed away,
Into a gray sky morning.
Now I’m here to stay,
Love can be so boring.
What was it you wanted?
Could it be you’re haunted?
But its not so bad,
You’re only the best
I ever had.
I don’t want you back.
You’re just the best
I ever had.
The best I ever had.
Best I ever had.
Songwriters: Matt Scannell / Matthew B. Scannell
Best I Ever Had (Grey Sky Morning) lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc

About BBC’s North and South

North & South is a British television drama series, produced by the BBC and originally broadcast in four episodes on BBC One in November and December 2004. It follows the story of Margaret Hale (Daniela Denby-Ashe), a young woman from southern England who has to move to the North after her father decides to leave the clergy. The family struggles to adjust itself to the industrial town’s customs, especially after meeting the Thorntons, a proud family of cotton mill owners who seem to despise their social inferiors. The story explores the issues of class and gender, as Margaret’s sympathy for the town mill workers clashes with her growing attraction to John Thornton (Richard Armitage). The serial is based on the 1855 Victorian novel North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell and takes place in the years surrounding the Great Exhibition of 1851. It was adapted for television by Sandy Welch and directed by Brian Percival. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_{356fcde1b10c8bc10970e770076919eafd95b48d3165ab21d7a1fefb00bfa82f}26_South_(TV_serial)
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