Mary Segato

Mary Segato

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Pop - Easy Listening | Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 2,003   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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87

Song Description

This song is about someone struggling with addiction.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

"The Fall" is a really good message song with poignant lyrics and a great melodic hook. Mary Segato is a very strong songwriter with a knack for capturing a unique feel in her songs.

    - Doug Diamond - Broadjam Pro Reviewer
Lyrics

The Fall

By Mary Segato


G D
She started out with the lights and glam
G C
It came so easy, she didn't give a damn
G D
She's living at night, Dreaming in the day
G D
Long nights of leaving herself behind
G C
Swallowing her fears with each glass of wine
Em D
Begins to feel her life slipping away

Am D
She cried, "do you know how it feels"
Am D
Yes, She cried "Do you know how it feels"

Chorus

G D
How far must I fall
Em C
Before I lose it all
G Em D
I'm stuck in this place so wrong
G D
Cause I'm laid out on the floor
Em C
Can't feel my heart anymore
G D G
God help me... I want to be strong


Home became some dirty motel
The tracks on her arms lead from Heaven to Hell
Asking favours of God while courting the Devil
Her loved ones now just a memory
No longer she has any place she should be
This is not the fairytale her mom use to tell

Chorus
Am Em
Bridge- Thought she was just having fun
Am Em
Didn't mean to hurt anyone
Am Em
Loved the high, couldn't say no
D
Didn't think she'd fall this low

Chorus
Final line God help me... I want to be strong Em
God help me....I want to be strong......God help me

Song Length
3:53
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Distressed

Subject Matter
Addiction, Fear

Similar Artist
Foster The People
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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