Beth Delavigne

Beth Delavigne

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Pop - Rock | Georgetown, Kentucky, United States
Total Song Plays: 471   
Member Since: 2003
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16

Lyrics

Better Days
By Beth Delavigne


V1
I've got to use credit
Cause I don't have the cash
Got laid off yesterday
Gotta find something fast

Sorry, so sorry, sorry, so sorry

V2
Afraid to eat a thing
There's so many recalls
Could start me a garden
Won't take care of it all

Sorry, so sorry , sorry , so sorry

CHORUS
There's so many sorry's to add to the pile
We haven't seen over the top in awhile
I'd have to climb a wall
Or jump high in the air
Some stop to help and some don't even care
And I pray , I pray
Hoping for better days
And I pray , I pray
Hoping for better days

V3
Taxes on everything
Even when we all die
Can't become president
Unless you tell a lie

Sorry, so sorry, sorry, so sorry

V4
Our kids aren't even safe
In their very own yards
There's a man driving round
In a black sedan car


Sorry, so sorry, sorry, so sorry

CHORUS

Bridge
The world isn't perfect
And it will never be
But at least we know
We're still living free

And I pray , I pray
Hoping for better days
And I pray, I pray
Hoping for better days

CHORUS

And I pray, I pray
Hoping for better days
And I pray, I pray
Hoping for better days

Humming








ALTERNATE VERSES
He's not ready for this
He just needs to be free
Really , listen baby
No, it's not you it's me

He won't be coming home
But he's a hero today
How do you tell the wife
With one one the way



The treatment didn't work
Do what you can for the pain
It won't be very long now
Lord, take her away

Ok , so what he's gay
That doesn't bother me
We should all have the right
To choose to get married




Song Length
4:01
Genres
Rock - Easy Listening, Folk - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal

Subject Matter
General

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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