Nick Berry

Nick Berry

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Country - Contemporary | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,647   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 11/7/2019
   Sounds Like: Ronnie Dunn, John Michael Montgomery

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Song Description

A ballad written for the Country Genre. This is the first song that I tried transposing from Acoustic Guitar to Piano and I was hooked. Featuring male vocals.

Story Behind the Song

Life gets busy and relationships can become strained sometimes. The song is about looking at what's important and getting things back they way they were.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Love the piano intro. Nice deep sound. The vocal sound also superb. Vocal itself excellent. Good ballad. Good chord changes.
I love the song a lot. Very heartfelt vocal and a good subject and concept.

    - Michael Cregan

It is a beautiful ballad. I like the first two lines of the lyrics because I don't think there is one living soul out there that hasn't wanted to run out of a room when the silence get deafening and the clock is the only thing you can hear for want feels like an eternity. I like the single piano too, even if I assume that arrangement is just for the demo.

    - Noted
Lyrics

The silence in this room is deafening,
Just the clock ticking on the wall.
What happened to the conversations,
That we don't have no more?

How do we get back to being us?
Instead of being so far apart.
The distance is gettin' the best of me.
And it's taking it's toll on my heart.

We've been down this road before,
This ain't nothin' new.
There's still a whole lotta love left here,
Between me and you.
So let's sleep on it tonight,
And if that don't change your mind.
Then it's not worth fighting for.
But I believe we can work it out.
'Cause we've been down this road before.

I could go drown my sorrows,
At the corner Bar.
But that kind of drinking,
Never got me very far.

I know I've taken us for granted,
Didn't know just what we had.
But Baby, I ain't willin' to lose this,
I've never wanted you so bad.

Yeah, I believe we can work it out.
'Cause we've been down this road before.

Song Length
3:15
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Mood
Passive

Subject Matter
Making Up
Similar Artists
Brooks & Dunn, Rascal Flatts
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Nick Berry
Music Credits Nick Berry
Producer Credits The 515 Studio, Nashville and Nick Berry
Publisher Credits Nick Berry
Performance Credits Tim Grogan - Piano
Label Credits None