Charles Edmund Carter

Charles Edmund Carter

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Blues - General | Dallas, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,738   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: 7/29/2021

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Not the best work you've shown me but as the songwriter you have the right to change it anytime before the final cut for the FINAL submission for the purpose you may have in the goal of this piece of work. Again I'm glad you keep writing as we all know in any profession within the art field takes continued practice and ability to change as life does change when we are living it. The Goal of Why you are writing one particular type or genera, or tempo, or message to rely or for any reason must be in the forefront of your finished product. All songs are products and intellectual property you must look at it that way to know the worth returned once you've released it independently or with a recording contract with an established record label. Keep working your craft. I look forward to hearing more of your work submitted through Pro Reviews here on BJ - Broadjam.com God bless.

    - Nikki Hornsby - Broadjam Pro Reviewer
Lyrics

Dallas Tonight

She wrote the songs she's singing
The ink she used was tears
She cries on stage and all the world can see
She sings with such compassion
That all her fans can say
It seems she's singing all her songs to
me

Tonight she thought she saw him
Sitting in the second row
Next to the one who stole his heart away
Like Dolly sang of Jolene
She took him cause she could
Regardless he's with her anyway

She's singing her heart out in Dallas tonight
You can feel the passion in her song
Tomorrow Albuquerque
On Friday Santa Fe
She'll keep singing 'til she's dead
Or the pain is gone

Waking up at midnight on the tour bus that's her home
Tomorrow night she'll cry in San Jose
Her driver keeps on drivin' and drivin' through the night
But he never seems to drive her pain away

She's singing her heart out in Dallas tonight
You can feel the passion in her song
Tomorrow Albuquerque
On Friday Santa Fe
She'll keep singing 'til she's dead
Or the pain is gone
Or the pain is gone

And she's singing her heart out
In Dallas tonight
You can feel
You can feel the passion in her song
Tomorrow Albuquerque
On Friday Santa Fe
She'll keep singing 'til she's dead
Or the pain is gone
Or the pain is gone

Song Length
3:27
Genre
Country - Contemporary


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