Tom Proctor

Tom Proctor

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Country - Americana | Culver City, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 5   
Member Since: 2020
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Chris Stapleton, Lynyrd Skynyrd

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Plays:

1

Song Description

deleting some one we love is easier to do on the phone then in our hearts

Story Behind the Song

I deleted a love from my phone and found out that didn't delete her from my mind.

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Lyrics

1st verse:
I'm deleting memories for what used to be with a love that once was mine
because I can't take the pain of seeing it time an time again and knowing that the blame's all mine
chorus:
I deleted you baby from my telephone
and that computer that's back at home
I deleted everything you'd think that i'd be fine but I can delete you from my mind. No I can't delete you from from my mind.
2nd verse:
I'm deleting memories of us in that big bed
The look on your face as you held on every word I said
I'm deleting memories of all the plans we made
can't the thought of knowing I'll never see that day.
chorus:
I deleted you baby from my telephone
and that computer that's back at home
I deleted everything you'd think that i'd be fine but I can delete you from my mind. No I can't delete you from from my mind.
3rd verse:
I'm deleting memories of times we walked and talked and laughed like hell without every know why.
I'm deleting memories of all those happy time seeing them now it only makes me cry.
chorus:
I deleted you baby from my telephone
and that computer that's back at home
I deleted everything you'd think that i'd be fine but I can delete you from my mind. No I can't delete you from from my mind.

Song Length
4:30
Genres
Country - Americana, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Loneliness
Similar Artist
Garth Brooks
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Tom Proctor
Music Credits Tom Proctor
Producer Credits Tom Proctor
Publisher Credits Rockin Teepee music
Performance Credits Tom Proctor Band