Alan Lee Carpenter

Alan Lee Carpenter

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Pop - Alternative | El Paso, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 304   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: 12/13/2019

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Story Behind the Song

About a girl who had different ideas when in high school and instead was stuck and left alone to raise her kids while the father left her.

Broadjam Member Reviews

An incredibly unique take on love - written with a wink at Prince and Sade, but firmly saddled in the modern pop world. Alan's vocals are stellar, both emotive and ear-pleasing. Give this one a whirl for your sync needs - and pop producers, if you need a good tempo song for your artist, dig in!

    - Elizabeth Elkins - Broadjam Pro Reviewer
Lyrics

Mother Love
Ball and Chain, tied to her heel, a life she now knows offers no thrills,
So she thinks of her life and the times that have past
and she wonders how all of it could have happened so fast,
Chorus: But there's no changes yet for good mother love
No changes yet for good mother love
What would it take to bring her back to where she wants to be in her crazy old school girl dreams
Out on the streets there's a love that's now done, a man and his ways made two out of one
But she understands life and she understands pain and she knows in her heart it's gonna happen again,
Chorus: Repeat Chorus
So she waits for the night when she can live in her dreams, in a life with some new hope,
where happiness seems
And she waits for the day when the white knight will show to carry her off from the heart break she knows
Chorus: Repeat Chorus
It may take days and nights to find a cure, but if she waits long enough, she knows shes gonna be heard,
B ut for now she clings on to the good times now past, blind to her fate and there's no questions asked for
Chorus: Repeat Chorus

Song Length
4:50
Genre
R & B - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Moods
Cheerless, Gloomy

Subject Matter
Sadness, General


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Alan Lee Carpenter
Music Credits Alan Lee Carpenter
Producer Credits Dylan Charbeneau
Publisher Credits Dylan Charbeneau
Label Credits Tumbleweed-Music