Alan Lee Carpenter

Alan Lee Carpenter

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Pop - Alternative | El Paso, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 302   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: 12/2/2019

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1

Story Behind the Song

A young man looking for a roommate and possible love....

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Broadjam Member Reviews

A quiet, emotive version of a memorable song, sung with full conviction and extraordinary vocal ability. Waiting for the end credits to play...

    - Elizabeth Elkins - Broadjam Pro Reviewer
Lyrics

ROOM MATE
Verse:
A four-line Ad, to split the cost, of a house to share, for one who's lost,
We all need a Room Mate, all need a love-mate.
Utilities Pain, no late hours please, dependable type, good view of the trees
We all need a Room Mate, all need a love-mate
Chorus {High Pitched Background}:
It's safe to want one, we all need a love-mate
It's safe to care, we all need a heart-mate,
To have to hold you, we all need a room-mate,
A love to share
Bridge 1:
One who can tell when a laugh, a laugh is cryin'
One can tell when the truth, the truth is lyin'
To handle the ups and down and work of trying,
To kindle new hope inside when the poetry's dyin'
Won't Somebody please, be my room-mate
Verse:
A vacated room, on the northern front, warm in the winter,
No need to hunt for a room-mate
Quiet to yourself, if you want it so, just smile when you come and don't ever go...oo, oh, oh Roommate
Chorus:
Chorus {High Pitched Background}:
It's safe to want one, we all need a love-mate
It's safe to care, we all need a heart-mate,
To have to hold you, we all need a room-mate,
A love to share
Bridge Two:
One who can feel the pain, the pain of knowing
A hand to reach out and old when the love has stopped flowing
Out of touch with too much of never showing
One who can do it all, without ever going,
Won't somebody please be my room-mate

Song Length
4:52
Genres
Pop - Classic, Pop - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)

Subject Matter
Sorrow, Searching for Love


Lyric Credits Alan Lee Carpenter
Music Credits Alan Lee Carpenter
Producer Credits Dylan Charbeneau Music
Publisher Credits Dylan Charbeneau Music