Don Tomlinson

Don Tomlinson

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Unique - General | Richmond, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,985   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: 6/9/2020
   Sounds Like: Michael Buble, Harry Connick Jr.

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39

Song Description

This guy sets forth a tail of woe about all the things that aren't going so well for him at the moment, including his relationship with her. He even broke his toenails when he kicked a door.

Story Behind the Song

I broke a toenail accidentally one night when I was about to write a blues song, so there you go....

Lyrics

VERSE
Broken toenails and my car won't start; tore my sock and now I'm gonna be late
Add to that my brand new broken heart; it's pretty clear I must've lost the debate
I guess we had a helluva night; anyway, got my day started off just right

CHORUS
Now I had counted on you as the one thing in my life
That I wouldn't have to fight; everything always be all right
But I guess I was wrong; broken toenails

VERSE
Head feelin' bad, late to work; don't have no pills, got fired
World closin' in, everything hurts; no turnin' back, I guess love has expired
Is there anything I can do? Heart of my soul, I'm still in love with you

Repeat CHORUS

RIDE

Repeat CHORUS

TAG
I guess I should not have kicked that door -- broken toenails

Words & Music by Don Tomlinson
© 2019 Solid Sterling Music (BMI)
All Rights Reserved.

Song Length
3:51
Genres
Blues - Traditional, Blues - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Troubled, Gloomy

Subject Matter
Frustration, Failure

Similar Artists
Delbert McClinton, John Hiatt
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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