ann marie mulhearn Sayer

ann marie mulhearn Sayer

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new york, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 382   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 11/18/2019

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Plays:

58

Song Description

the song reminds us to be grateful for what we have instead of focusing on the negatives

Story Behind the Song

written for a friend who was dealing with some hardships,

Lyrics

DON?T LOSE SIGHT (Of Your Dreams)
Mulhearn/Pronovost/Stanchfield

Verse 1
I?ve been alone and I?ve been lonely, too,
And so overcome with sadness that I?ve cried.
I see your eyes. I know you feel it, true?
So I sing these words to give you my advice.
When you have no money and bills are do
Or the kid is kickin? inside of you
When there?s no one keepin? you warm on bed
Well then, grab your sweater, and go outside and

Chorus
Put your head back
Look up to the sky and shout with feelin?
I?m alright!
Deep breath, have yourself a cry
Then thank the heavens that you are alive.

Verse 2
Someone you like just made a fool of you
And the sitter?s on vacation all July
You need a break
Some time to think things through
But you didn?t have that layoff slip in mind.
So confusing, no time for musing
You?re all grown up with no hours to play
Though your pants size tells you that you have changed
Let your friends assure you you?re still the same.

Chorus
So put your head back
Look up to the sky and shout with feelin?
I?m alright!
Deep breath, have yourself a cry
Then thank the heavens that you are alive.

Bridge
Oh! I know how you feel
I?ve been alone and I?ve cried
Oo oo, crazy as it seems,
Hold on, hold on, don?t lose sight of your dreams.


Song Length
5:12
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, R & B - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal


Lyric Credits Ann Marie Mulhearn Sayer
Music Credits Ann Marie Mulhearn/ Ron Pronovost/ Scott Stanchfield
Producer Credits Ron Pronovost