Joe Stewart

Joe Stewart

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Country - Contemporary | Leeds, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,116   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 6/25/2018

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Plays:

11

Song Description

Couples who don't communicate often break up.

Story Behind the Song

When couples argue they often don't listen because they only want to get their own point across. Sometimes they both want to be together but neither side is listening.

Broadjam Member Reviews

i liked that the intro was short and it got right to the song. The lyrics were heartfelt and captured the emotions very well. The singer had a really good connection to the song. The simple melody gave the lyrics a lot more power. This was a very pretty song.

    - amy abernathy

Nice easy listening sound and storyline. Has a Glen Campbell type sound, as a compliment. I like that era of music! I thought the arrangement was smooth transitionally speaking with decent sectional contrasts. Nice job.

    - Michael Clothier
Lyrics

Can You Hear Me © 2011

I've tried everything I know to save this once happy home.
I've gone over and over what we've said with a fine toothed comb.
Everything I say you seem to think I'm wrong.
I come home late at night but feel like I don't belong.

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Chorus

Can you hear me, really hear me I'll try to say it all I ask you to do.
Is try to hear me, really hear me. You need me and I need you.
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We'd go round and around and not hear a single word.
Points are all that we've scored the whole thing is just absurd.
I remember the time we'd lay there for hours and hours.
Without talking at all we both knew true love was ours.
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Chorus

Can you hear me, really hear me I'll try to say it I'm trying to get through to you.
Try to hear me, really hear me. You need me and I need you.

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Middle Eight

I just can't believe you don't need me no more I'm just waiting for a sign.
I'm trying to tell you the way that I feel before this love runs out of time.


Chorus

Can you hear me, really hear me I'll try to say it all I ask you to do.
Is try to hear me, really hear me. You need me and I need you.


END

Song Length
4:00
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Heartbreaking, Poignant

Subject Matter
Frustration, Sadness

Similar Artists
Alan Jackson, Clint Black
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Joe Stewart
Music Credits Joe Stewart
Producer Credits John Taylor
Publisher Credits John Taylor