Alan Lee Carpenter

Alan Lee Carpenter

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Pop - Alternative | El Paso, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 302   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: 12/8/2019

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25

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Upbeat, fun tune with a complex vocal and an absolutely killer vocal. Makes you think - AND dance.

    - Elizabeth Elkins - Broadjam Pro Reviewer
Lyrics

Gonna Get It Right
Verse 1
Chance meeting one night
Was a dream that seemed so right
Is now a love gone cold
Two hearts now grown old

Verse 2
But they forget it tonight
And dance by the light
Underneath the moon holding each other tight
They're bringing back those times of illusions
When the two thought their love was a fusion

Chorus
But they're gonna get it right tonight
In a dream they're right so right
They're gonna get it right tonight
In a dream they're right so right
In a dream they're right

Bridge
What's the sense of living in pain
When there's nothing left of love to be gained
Let's institute the peace of relieving
And set aside the pain and the grieving

Chorus
But they're gonna get it right tonight
In a dream they're right so right
They're gonna get it right tonight
In a dream they're right so right
In a dream they're right so right

Verse 3
Tragedy untold
Bout a love, that could never unfold
It was the pain and the tears of unreason
Two hearts with unhealing lesions

Verse 4
Seems so fine, forgettin the bad
When they've been revisiting the good times had
But the sunrise brings the same old delusion
Two levers faced a foregone conclusion

Chorus
But they are gonna get it right tonight
In a dream they're right so right
They're gonna get it right tonight
In a dream they're right so right

Song Length
2:33
Genres
Pop - Dance, Pop - Dance
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)

Subject Matter
General

Lyric Credits Alan Lee Carpenter