Brian S. James

Brian S. James

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Pop - Rock | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,046   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

About looking inward to find how you failed in a relationship.

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Lyrics

Letter to Myself
Brian James


Been a year now since she's gone
I guess it's coming time to make my bed, shave and carry on
Of a thousand masterpieces penned
She never read one word I sent
So much for reaching out
Time I search within

And write a letter to myself
So I can right these wrongs
Might find salvation in a song
A healing word would purge and cast you out
In a stream of ink and tears
So they won't count as wasted years

I'm reaping hard all that I've sewn
There is no way to wrap heartbreak up in a tidy little bow
So I'll face my demons without pride
To seek forgiveness from the lies
And pray from Heaven
Something strong cuts through

In a letter to myself
Where I can right these wrongs
Might find salvation in a song
(Or feel just a little bit better)
My guitar and pen will cast you out
Then I can get these pieces back together
When I've forgotten more than I remember

One day this won't trouble me - Come epiphany
I'm waiting here so patiently - Come epiphany

Thank you for your honesty
Though it bloody hurts to look inside me
'Cuz I don't like much of what I see
But I'll work on it

Song Length
4:20
Genres
Pop - Rock, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Breaking Up
Similar Artist
Todd Rundgren
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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