Jill Detroit

Jill Detroit

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Pop - Easy Listening | Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Total Song Plays: 9,149   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 9/24/2020

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Song Description

Can't we work things out?

Story Behind the Song

The phrase "I don't want to miss you" kept coming to me and demanded to become a song. So I conjured up times in my life when a break-up seemed inevitable but the hope was still there that issues could be resolved and.....voila!

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Lyrics

V1: What do I do when being with you breaks me in two?
I could just walk away - it's easier to say than do
You're so much a part of me now
I can't imagine how
Life would look or feel without you

Cho: I don't want to miss you - I don't want to cry
I don't want a single day to go by
Without feeling you and holding you close
Without seeing you and letting you know
How much I want to kiss you
I don't want to miss you

V2: You ask for one more chance
We've been here before - it's such a familiar dance
Is it just another episode
On our rocky relationship road
Or a sign we should resign from this romance?

Cho:

Bridge: I need you to listen carefully
To what I have to say
If you want to be with me
Do what it takes to make me stay
I don't want to miss you

V3: Maybe some day we'll look back and smile
'Cause we can say we had it all for awhile
It's a lot more than some ever get
And maybe it's not over yet
If we can find a way to forgive and forget

Cho:

Song Length
5:37
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Stressed

Subject Matter
Dysfunctional Relations, Frustration


Language
English

Lyric Credits Jill Detroit
Music Credits Jill Detroit
Producer Credits Bill Bentley
Performance Credits Jill Detroit, vocals; Bill Bentley, all instruments