Joanne Tramonte

Joanne Tramonte

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Country - General | Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 333   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 7/24/2021

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Song Description

The singer was so depressed that she "woke up in clothes from yesterday." She goes on to ask her man to come back, so she says "tell me what to do, so I can wake up next to you."

Story Behind the Song

I love blues and think everyone has had a heart break and wished the other party would tell them what they want: have that great communication moment and sort things out.

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Lyrics

I got woke up in clothes from yesterday
I got cleaned up, look worse than yesterday
I got cleaned up but I'm hurting more all day.
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Tell me what to do, Oh, tell me what to do.
I can't find my heart not even in my shoes.
Tell me what to do so I can wake up next to you.

Can you hear me beg can you near me plea?
I want you back right here beside me.
Come on, come on back and be my man again.
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Let's not fight lets try once more.
Lets get it right, just like before.
Forget all the spite, and bust right through my door.
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Song Length
2:50
Genre
Blues - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Moving

Subject Matter
Loneliness

Language
English

Lyric Credits Joanne Tramonte
Music Credits Joanne Tramonte and Brian Russell