Boca Chica

Boca Chica

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Song Description

This is a melancholy, poignant, string-laden song about making a heavy decision. It starts with a high cello solo and builds throughout the song to a very intense ending featuring a string and horn section. The mood is pensive and desperate but not depressing. It has female vocals that are pretty and regretful sounding. The singer is speaking to a man, but not in a romantic way. The song deals with thinking about the past and wondering if it was worth it. It's about a big decision that needs to be made.

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Lyrics

Hey there brother with the radio on, my radio's on too

I hear you scrambling with the weight of the law, the weight of the laws we choose

Hey there brother with the gun in your hand, that gun's in my hand too

We are waiting with a heavy plan, but what else can we do?


Five long years I been running around, running around loose. Fifteen more would they be any help, or is it time to choose?

Hey there brother with the gun in your hand, that gun's in my hand too

We are waiting with a heavy plan, but what else can we do?

If I cannot help myself, can I help you? Keep ourselves ablaze in all the things we do? Oh my friend I do not wish to lead you wrong. I just cannot stand the thought of this all gone.

Song Length
4:37
Genres
Rock - Indie/Low-Fi, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Moods
Poignant, Moving

Subject Matter
Change, Worry

Similar Artists
The National, Cat Power
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Hallie Pritts
Music Credits Hallie Pritts
Producer Credits j. vega
Publisher Credits Hallie Pritts
Performance Credits Boca Chica
Label Credits unsigned