Ann Pence

Ann Pence

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Folk - Contemporary | Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Total Song Plays: 649   
Member Since: 2003
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Lyrics

Roll Down the Window

The grass has all grown up around that burned out truck
Along the road that you drove down
When you left the trees, well they still had leaves
And the sun was big and warm and round

The dog's still on his chain but he don't act the same
He looks like what the cat dragged in
And as for him, that cat, well cats are just like that
They don't care if you come back to them


But me, I start to crying
When I think of you and wonder why
I never thought to ask you not to go

I walk out to the pond and I watch the geese and swans
Swim around in circles all day long
I wish that I was born a bird, I'd never use any words
Like forever, love, or sweetheart in my song

At night the trains roll down the track, the sound of never coming back
The Doppler of the here and gone away
I lie near the open window, eyes closed, I feel the slow
Shift of love from here to yesterday

And me, I start believing
That I could be the one who's leaving
Roll down the window and be gone
Cause the wind is good and gives me
The push I need to live and be
The woman that you should've loved
No dog, no cat, no could've loved
Forever, sweetheart, you should have loved me
Yeah, you should have loved me

Song Length
5:00
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal

Subject Matter
General

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ann Pence
Music Credits Ann Pence
Performance Credits Ann Pence: acoustic guitar/Bill Neumeister: drums/Alan Schmeideberg: guitar