James Burns

James Burns

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Long Beach, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,168   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 11/10/2019

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Song Description

A girl wants to get married

Broadjam Member Reviews

Tongue in cheek fun, a real country song, wry and witty and sweet and sincere. The singing voice is crisp and untheatrical and very pleasant. The story is certainly set in a secure family and good neighbors' environment. The traditional country percussion which is not my cup of tea, is an expected component that inevitably goes with the narrative. It is a compact and pleasant song that when discovered may be much loved

    - Birthe Noer Myers

Nice traditional song. The mandolin is a very nice touch, well played and adds to the overall vibe of the song

    - Jeff Ashbaker

Will I Ever?
Wrote this song with Rhonda Vincent in mind.
Words & Music by James E Burns, July 6, 2003

[ Intro ]

Verse 1
We been going together__, it seems like forever__.
Will I ever see my wedding day?
I wish you would ask me__ and make me so happy__
Or someday your gonna hear me say.

You just may have to go__ find a new girl you don?t__
Ask me soon to share your life.
You just might never, find you another.
Who will wait this long to be your wife.

[ Break ]

Verse 2
I turn you on whether__ I?m wearin? lace or leather__.
But will I ever in a wedding dress?
Will I ever see__ you get down on one knee__
And ask me to share the same address? [Chorus]

[ Break ]

Verse 3
Will I ever hear__, from you, I love you dear__.
And I want you forever in my life.
I?m dreamin? of the day__ when I hear you say__.
I want you forever as my wife. [Chorus]

[ Break ]

Verse 4
The time__ has come for you__, to ask me to marry you__.
How I wanna see my wedding day?
So if you don?t ask me__ you will be set free__.
This is what your gonna hear me say, [Chorus]

Copyright © 2003 James E Burns

Song Length
Country - Bluegrass, Country - Honky Tonk
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Cheerful, Delighted

Subject Matter

Lyric Credits Jim Burns
Music Credits Jim Burns
Performance Credits The Gator Hole