Paul Cook

Paul Cook

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Country - Religious | Wichita Falls, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 11,709   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: 11/17/2017

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Plays:

135

Song Description

With a world so focused on material things, if you just had 60 seconds what would you choose to keep

Story Behind the Song

The movie, Leap Year, had a subplot going on where this was one of the questions. I was moved to write a song by the sentiment of the movie.

Broadjam Member Reviews

Really nice vocal has a good heartfelt touch.
Love the guitar and mandolin combo, sounds great

    - Jeff Ashbaker
Lyrics

Sixty Seconds

It goes by in a blink. G
Time is ticking away. C
The things that really matter. D
This might be the day. G

If you had to choose. G
What you wanted most C
Could you do it. D
Would you know. G

Sixty seconds. C
One minute to decide. G
What you really care about. D
What makes a life. G
I don't need a thing. C
I know what I would do. G
With my sixty seconds. Am D
I'd pick you. G

Stuff gets old. G
New just fades away C
All the money in the world. D
Can't buy another day. G

I look around. G
And all I see. C
False promises. D
And paper dreams G

I'm no thief. F
But I would steal. E over C
And give it all away. F
For the way you make me feel G

Chorus

Copyright 2011 Paul Cook
Turtle on a Fencepost

Song Length
3:06
Genres
Folk - Country, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Amiable

Subject Matter
Relationship
Similar Artists
Alison Krauss, Sarah Mclachlan
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Paul Cook
Music Credits Paul Cook
Producer Credits Terry Mashburn
Publisher Credits Turtle on a Fencepost
Performance Credits Twyla Foreman
Label Credits Big Note