McKinley

McKinley

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Folk - Rock | Portland, Oregon, United States
Total Song Plays: 5,363   
Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

Mellow, introspective, but with a big catchy chorus. The chorus says the word "Tired" but it sounds more like relief, good letting go.

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Lyrics

Tired

I have you, where are you? I know you're mine.
I made you, destroyed you and I'm taking my time coming back. I'm coming back.

Maybe we should just sweep our walks
and sleep well and be sweet and
simply just stop screaming our names
out to God. Maybe he loves us but is so...

tired. Maybe we work him too hard, maybe we
should back off for a while,
for a while.

I feel it in places you wouldn't expect.
That faint pull to greatness, that weird
urge to check that I'm still here.
I'm still here, but I'm so

tired. Maybe I tried too hard.
Maybe I should back off for a while,
for a while.

On the left, past the wing, I see what's coming.
But that's OK, since I got here I've been running, and I'm so...

tired. Maybe I tried too hard. Maybe I should
back out for a while, for a while.

I have you, where are you? I know you're mine.
I made you, destroyed you and I'm taking
my time coming back.

Song Length
4:22
Genre
Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Moving, Peaceful

Subject Matter
Telephone, Gourmet Food

Similar Artists
Sarah Mclachlan, Sheryl Crow
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits McKinley
Music Credits McKinley
Producer Credits Bob Stark
Performance Credits McKinley, Tracy Kim, Joe Janniga, Bernardo Gomez