Belle Schneiderman

Belle Schneiderman

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Country - General | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,248   
Member Since: 2007
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Plays:

70

Song Description

Wife misses husband and longs to rekindle some of the romance and spontaneity they shared when they were younger.

Story Behind the Song

I wrote this song after my son was born.

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Lyrics

The sun peaked through the blinds
The breeze tickled above
I watched you sleep on that spring day
I wanted to touch you but the kids began to stir
So I let the feeling slip away

Now I look at that old photo on the dresser by the bed
Were we once so young and free
I know those days are gone and time moves on
I miss the way we used to be

Could we pretend that once again we're seventeen
When we held hands and chased after dreams
Do you remember how I blushed, when our lips touched
Won't you make me blush again

We used to see the latest movies, go strolling in the park
If it rained we'd stay in bed and not leave home
Let's call in sick today and sneak away
Turn off the laptop and the phone

And could we pretend that once again we're seventeen
When we held hands and chased after dreams
Do you remember how I blushed
When our lips touched
Won't you make me blush again

Look at me with those eyes
The ones that say
I'm still the girl who takes your breath away

Repeat Chorus

Song Length
3:07
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Endearing, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Marriage, Age, Aging

Similar Artists
Lady Antebellum, Sheryl Crow
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Belle Schneiderman
Music Credits Belle Schneiderman
Producer Credits Gary Carter, GC Demos
Performance Credits Julie Burton