Brad Dollar

Brad Dollar

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Pop - Alternative | Berkeley, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 47   
Member Since: 2014
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

2

Story Behind the Song

Upbeat ska/synth rock song. Things are always moving fast and something has to change. The song is about accepting that, calling for help to get bailed out and getting back to the best parts of life.

Lyrics

[instrumental available]

Well sometimes everything seems alright
And sometimes everything seems fine
But sometimes something's gotta ruin everything
And it happens every time
And I'm starting to realize that I'm losing hope
That one more wish on a penny might just make me go broke
I'm at the end of the rope and I can't afford
And this had better work 'cause it's our last resort

chorus:
And so we're sending out the Mayday
'cause I don't think we're gonna make it
(Houston we are going down)
Houston we are going down in flames
One last broadcast! on the CB radio
And I sure as hell hope someone is listening

And we can sit and cry and whine
Or we can act like everything is fine
It's either pity sympathy or everyone decides
To just go on with their own lives
So it's up to me, it's up to us
And when we fall down we get right back up
And if I complain about some scuffed knees
Just brush me off and tell me to shut up

[chorus]

chorus:
And so we're sending out the Mayday
'cause I don't think we're gonna make it
(Houston we are going down)
Houston we are going down in flames
One last broadcast! on the CB radio
And sure as hell hope someone is sending out the Mayday
'cause I don't think we're gonna make it
(Houston we are going down)
Houston we are going down in flames
One last broadcast! on the CB radio
And I sure as hell hope someone is listening

Song Length
3:34
Genres
Rock - Ska, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Ecstatic, Sociable

Subject Matter
Radio, Doom

Similar Artists
Reel Big Fish, The Cars
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Devin Croda
Music Credits Brad Dollar
Producer Credits Brad Dollar
Performance Credits Brad Dollar