Brian Donahue

Brian Donahue

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Rock - Alternative | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Lyrics

VERSE
Another shady dusk turns to starry night
In among the faceless bodies, everything feels right
Empty glasses and melting ice
You?re warming to the feeling of this sacrifice

You say you?re proud of me because I?m not like them
But you drown yourself just to hide yourself among them

CHORUS
Oh why won?t you say you?re alone tonight?
Oh why won?t you say you?re alone tonight?
And we?re both too proud
To sing our own sad song
And too honest to lie

VERSE
My hand on your back, your head on my shoulder
We?re getting closer and closer, over and over
We?re all either wounded, or we?re too dull too cut
I?d like to tell you I love you, but I don?t think of you all that much

CHORUS
Oh why won?t you say you?re alone tonight?
Oh why won?t you say you?re alone tonight?
And we?re both too proud
To sing our own sad song
And too foolish to lie

BRIDGE

VERSE
Have you met yourself, because I?d sure like to introduce you
Have you met yourself, because I?d sure like to introduce you
Introducing you
Introducing you

Song Length
4:09
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Gloomy, Moving

Subject Matter
Dysfunctional Relations, Searching for Love


Language
English

Lyric Credits Brian Donahue
Music Credits Brian Donahue
Producer Credits Brian Donahue, Tommy Joyner
Publisher Credits PigeonMoon Music / ASCAP
Performance Credits Brian Donahue, Russ Starke, Russell Gellman