And I Become The Dreamer

And I Become The Dreamer

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Pop - Alternative | Rancho Cucamonga, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,436   
Member Since: 2012
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Story Behind the Song

Snake Oil


A young and quite man beneath the pale light of the moon/ sits lost in recollection and the memories of his youth/ He sighs a heavy breath with cold hands trembling by his side/ and wonders, "why am I, at 25, afraid to be alone at night?"

A mother passes day's away her face is frail and plain/ her family never tried or cared to understand the pain/ At night while they're asleep she lies awake with vacant eyes/ and questions, "who am I, and if I died tomorrow would they even mind?"

I'll sell you a cure for what ale's your soul/ I will tend to the wounds that afflict you the most/ And shelter your heart from the depths of despair/ But some potions come poisoned, so take them with care/

There stands a sullen father left alone with guilt and grief/ who's now more like a shadow of the man he used to be/
Whiskey drowns the willing and can turn a vagrant blind/ and with a heavy heart he prays at night, "Forgive me lord I swear I tried!"

She lie upon a bed, her body ravaged from within/ Left breathless from consummation and resigned not long to live/ Her son knelt like a statue as he held her hand and cried, whispering/
"I know you're scared, but so am I, to know we have to say goodbye".

Song Length
Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals

Subject Matter

Lyric Credits RJ Sabouhi
Music Credits RJ Sabouhi, Greg Eagle, Ben Corona
Producer Credits RJ Sabouhi
Performance Credits RJ Sabouhi, Greg Eagle, Ben Corona