Adam Strelow

Adam Strelow

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Country - Americana | Winona, Minnesota, United States
Total Song Plays: 503   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Steve Earle, Martin Zellar

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This song made me think of Marshall Tucker right away. I love Marshall Tucker. It has a timeless vibe. Nice backing vocal harmony. It's got a cool conversational lyric and a story about having to leave in order to do what you got to do. 4:46? felt short to me.

    - matt taylor
Lyrics

So it comes down to this
just one word and one last kiss
I don't mean to hurt you no how no way
but I'm leaving here today

Oh how I'll miss
all of your pretty ways

But I gotta go now baby
I got something waiting on me
Yeah I gotta go now baby
I don't expect you to forgive me

3 months have flown by
since I left that tear in your eye
I hope your luck's been better than mine
I pray your mama is doing alright
I wonder if you ever took that job in Savannah
I wonder if you ever went back to him
I got a new life I should be thinking about
but I find myself thinking about you

And oh how I'll miss
all of your pretty ways

Song Length
4:46
Genres
Country - Americana, Folk - Alternative
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

Lyric Credits Adam Strelow
Music Credits Adam Strelow
Producer Credits Adam Strelow/Jack Kertzman