Ellyn Fleming

Ellyn Fleming

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Pop - Easy Listening | Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,327   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 2/24/2018

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Plays:

15

Song Description

slow, sweet, easy listening, pop, country or folk song

Story Behind the Song

someone that knows and understands passion and attraction but has never known, or had, true love with a partner. The singer explains in the lyrics that this loss is due to making music, art, and life on the road her priority in life. The lyrics express

Lyrics

I don't wanna go home, not yet
I need to sing just one more song
So That you don't forget, I was here
Baby, making love was really nice
You know that you reminded me
This music has it's price to pay oh and
Could ya tell
That
I'm a stranger to love but I
Know passion very well

And oh yeah the comfort of your touch
Would you believe I'd reached the point
I didn't think it mattered very much
(Oh I was wrong)
Funny what dreams give you
And what they take away but
You have stood in my shoes
So you don't expect I'd stay
Oh no not more than a day now & then
'Cause we're strangers to love
But we both know passion very well

I don't wanna go home, not yet
I need to sing just one more song
So that you don't forget I was here
And Thank you for not asking me to choose
For you and I both know that everyone
Would lose
Oh no don't worry I won't tell
'Cause I'm a stranger to love
But I know passion very well
Yes I'm a stranger to love
But I know passion very well

Song Length
4:58
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Folk - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Moving, Relaxed

Subject Matter
Loneliness, Searching for Love

Similar Artists
Garth Brooks, Reba Mcentire
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ellyn Fleming
Music Credits Ellyn Fleming
Producer Credits Ken Selcer & Ellyn Fleming
Performance Credits Ellyn Fleming