Abbie Gardner

Abbie Gardner

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Folk - Alternative | Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

A heartbreaking love song duet with a hopeful chorus. Male/female Acoustic/electric duet with cello. Similar to Damien Rice.

Story Behind the Song

Featured on the CD Bad Nights/Better Days.

Lyrics

Someday
C 2008 Abbie Gardner/Anthony da Costa (ASCAP/BMI)

Don't hold me like that
So tight I can't breathe
I know what you want
Can't you see what I need?
You have to let go
Though you want me to stay
When you hold me like that
All you do, is push me away

It's never enough
I miss you too much
I hold you for a day
but then burn for your touch
The hours you're away
are scraping me raw
i don't understand
what i'm doing so wrong

There's a dream I have
You and me down by the river
Painted gold in the sunlight
And everything's all right
Someday
We'll feel love without darkness
We'll sleep when the sun sets
And we'll stop writing the same songs over and over again

so i am the ghost?of your memory, your past?i am the reason?why you'll never last?i am the person you thought that you knew?i am the dream that went spoiled and never came true

this is our story
this is our curse
this is what's better
and this is what's worse
this is what's right
and this is what's wrong
this is a home for a heart, where it can not belong

There's a dream I have
You and me down by the river
Painted gold in the sunlight
And everything's all right
Someday
We'll feel love without darkness
We'll sleep when the sun sets
And we'll stop writing the same songs over and over again

Song Length
3:47
Genres
Folk - Alternative, Folk - Contemporary
Lead Vocal
Duet Male/Female

Subject Matter
Dysfunctional Relations, General


Language
English

Lyric Credits Abbie Gardner/ Anthony da Costa
Music Credits Abbie Gardner/ Anthony da Costa
Producer Credits Abbie Gardner, Anthony da Costa, Fred Gillen Jr.
Publisher Credits Gimmie Some Ribs Music (ASCAP), Anthony da Costa (BMI)
Performance Credits Abbie Gardner/ Anthony da Costa
Label Credits independent