Steven Judge

Steven Judge

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Rock - Alternative | Southbury, Connecticut, United States
Total Song Plays: 5,417   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

An airy song with acoustic and electric guitars weaving through. It is a grown man talking to himself as a boy, telling him not to grow up too fast. Don't rush.

Story Behind the Song

I see so many kids wanting to be grown-ups and so many grown-ups want to be kids.


Don't cry please, scream and do it right
Some leave and you can't change their minds
Your just a child, I was a child once
Don't be me, for my advice
Some things you gotta learn yourself
Your just a child, I was a child once

I wanted bad to bear the arms of man
Feel that city rain
But miles away, my naked frame
Was walking in the sunshine

Soul is free, so grab it while you can
Smoke free, embrace experiment
Your just a child, I had a speck of time once

But fell right through, to hold the world entirely
And feel that city rain
But someone said, "I'd kill to trade and
Return to the sunshine"

Wasted time, I'm bored as the saying goes
I can see this in you
Inside blankets ribbed with fire
Something dry would do

Stand right here
and I will disappear
Some day, we will meet again
So don't you cry,
Scream and do it right
Scream High, tomorrow you'll be me

Your just a child, I was a child
I wanted bad, You watch me run I see you crawl
From baby, to the holy arms of man
And drink that city rain
But miles away, my naked frame
Is walking in the sunshine

Song Length
Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Composed, Depressing

Subject Matter
Gourmet Food, General

1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Steven Judge
Music Credits Steven Judge