Annie Lynn

Annie Lynn

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Unique - Children | Somewhere in the Woods, Pennsylvania, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

This song is dedicated to all those whose significant other travels a lot, and as a result, they are left at home to tend the ranch, so to speak.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Five stars! Instrumentation tight and fun to listen to. Soaring harmonies, cleverly done, beautifully executed and mixed. Ice Cream's not much fun...great lyric. Bedtime stories....excellent word picture. Zingin' lead guitar. Your chorus is a WOW hook for your great song. Love the banjo. Excellent production. Pass on my compliments to the band!

    - Kate Carpenter
Lyrics

SEE YOU SOON

Words & Music: Annie Lynn

1st Scene:

Seems like you just got back home,

Now you say the time has come to roam,

Pack your bags, ask me have I seen your shoes,

End of scene one, see you soon.

2nd Scene:

The house makes noise that it doesn?t make when you are here,

Ice cream?s not much fun,

Our garden stopped growing since the day you went away,

End of scene two, see you soon.

Chorus:
See you soon my darling, underneath the moon.

See you soon, baby I love you,

See you soon my baby, baby yeah I do,

See you soon, underneath, underneath, underneath the moon.

(instrumental)

Chorus:
See you soon my darling, underneath the moon,

See you soon, baby I love you,

See you soon my baby, baby yeah I do,

See you soon, underneath, underneath, underneath the moon.

Third Scene:

Bedtime stories they just don?t ring true,

Guess I never was as good at it as you,

I check on our sweet child and call it another day,

Since you went away,

End of scene three, see you soon.

Chorus:
See you soon my darling, underneath the moon.

See you soon, baby I love you.

See you soon my baby, baby yeah I do,

See you soon, baby I, baby I, baby I love you.

This song is dedicated to those whose significant other
travels, leaving them at home to tend the ranch, so to speak.


All words and Music Ó 2004 by Annie Lynn

Song Length
3:15
Genres
Country - Bluegrass, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal

Subject Matter
Long, Loneliness


Lyric Credits Annie Lynn
Music Credits Annie Lynn
Producer Credits Chris Arms
Publisher Credits Annie Lynn
Performance Credits Annie Lynn - vocals; Wannamaker Lewis - Banjo & Electric Guitar; Chris Arms - Bass/Drum Tracks