Tom & Mary Erangey

Tom & Mary Erangey

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Pop - Rock | Chicago, Illinois, United States
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Member Since: 2011
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Song Description

A young woman longs to feel magic in her life: totally loved and completely free and powerful, like a freight train crashing through a barricade.

Story Behind the Song

This is a song about longing and the determination of a young woman to feel the magic in life; to be big and powerful and free. It all hangs on the phrase, "she wants." The phrase repeats throughout the song to capture the intensity and determination of her longing, which refuses to be put down by fear.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

It's a good solid song, vocals are strong

    - Kevin ISM

Clearly a blood deal of thought put into the production of this piece. Great hook in the chorus.

    - Joe Smith (All Edges)
Lyrics

A little magic
by Tom and Mary Erangey, copyright 2010


She wants to feel....like a freight train, breaking through a barricade
She wants me.....to be her lover, not just another
She wants to be...be discovered, like no other

Bridge 1: She wants to be free
She wants to be real

Chorus:
Yeah, yeah, she'll be the last one standing
Yeah, yeah, no one can bring her down
All she needs is just a little magic
A little magic....little magic

Bridge 1: She wants to be free
She wants to be real

She wants to feel......like a roof top sailing through a hurricane
She wants me......to hold her close, give her love and let her go
She wants to be......be excited like a kid on Christmas Eve

Bridge 1: She wants to be free
She wants to be real

Chorus:
Yeah, yeah, she'll be the last one standing
Yeah, yeah, no one can bring her down
All she needs is just a little magic
A little magic....little magic

Bridge 2: She wants to be free
She wants to believe
She wants to be free
She wants to real

Chorus:
Yeah, yeah, she'll be the last one standing
Yeah, yeah, no one can bring her down
All she needs is just a little magic
A little magic....little magic

Bridge 1: She wants to be free
She wants to be real

End: She wants to feel.... Like a freight train breaking through a barricade

Song Length
3:38
Genres
Rock - Indie/Low-Fi, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Enchanting, Poignant

Subject Matter
Sensation, Searching for Love

Similar Artists
Oasis, Keane
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Tom and Mary Erangey
Music Credits Tom and Mary Erangey, and Rich Rankin
Producer Credits Rich Rankin
Publisher Credits Tom and Mary Erangey