Matthew Stemme

Matthew Stemme

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Country - General | Santa Clarita, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,456   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 4/14/2018

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Plays:

181

Song Description

A man is successful who has a daughter.

Story Behind the Song

Feel'n rich!

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Lyrics

V1
Just watching the business news
In my favorite chair and worn out shoes
Talkn how to get rich in life
Oh I just chuckle inside

V2
For back in my younger days
I was all wrapped up in a IRA
Was gonna make my millions
Retire at an early age

PRE CHORUS
I Got down on my knees, Just a work'n man
I asked God's blessing, on my future plans

CHORUS
I prayed to be rich, I prayed to be smarter
Prayed to make my name in this world to work a little harder
Now I bless the day, when God's answer came
Wrapped up in a daughter

V3
Now the years have gone by
And left me with more than a touch of grey
I may not have a lot of money
But my heart is full at the end of the day

V4
You can say I am successful
That I have a claim, a claim to fame
But it aint in a portfolio
Or the office of some C-P-A

PRE CHORUS.2
So I'm back down on my knees, still a work'n man
Ponder'n all God's blessings, and His precious plan

CHORUS

BRIDGE
My stock is good, she's running 'round the neighborhood
My bonds are true, banked in the trust of I love you

CHORUS

TAG
Wrapped up in a daughter (X3)

Song Length
3:58
Genres
Country - General, Country - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Joyful, Glad

Subject Matter
Love for Child, Joy


Lyric Credits Matthew Stemme
Music Credits Matthew Stemme
Producer Credits Martin Young
Performance Credits Alan Thornhill