Capers Simmons

Capers Simmons

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Rock - Modern | Charleston, South Carolina, United States
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Song Description

This song is grown-up pop-rock song, the kind you'd hear Train play now, or Gavin DeGraw.


"Now She's Gone"
Capers Simmons

This is the door.
Allow me to show you how it works
This is the handle that you turn and then it opens.
Whatcha waiting for?
These are your shoes.
Didn't your momma teach you how?
Over and under, through and around; you tie them up
And walk on out.

I could have been a little more polite,
But I won that fight, didn't I?
Didn't I? I didn't, I lost my head and you, instead

That was the straw that broke the camel's back,
The leisurely walk that brought the heart attack,
Those were the words I cannot take back
'Cause now she's gone, gone, gone.
That was the promise I could never make
Until the moment it's about to break,
These are the words that I couldn't say.
I took too long, long, long,
And now she's gone.

Hey, this is me,
I'm just a man, but I can change,
I guess, if I have to... What I mean to say is that I'm sorry,
So pick up the phone.
I was a tool
And I was so extremely dumb
I didn't realize you were the one and now I'm lonely.
Please come home.

I could have swallowed just a bit of my pride,
But I lost that fight, didn't I?
Didn't I? I did, when I lost my head and you, instead.


Gone with the wind.
The embers die;
The cold creeps in.
I--I am to blame.
I spoke too soon,
I damaged you
And threw you away.


I cannot turn back the hands of time,
If she could hear it, I'd apologize,
But who could blame her for saying goodbye
'Cause I was wrong, wrong, wrong,
And now she's gone.

Song Length
Pop - Rock, Rock - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Charming, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Breaking Up, Regret

Similar Artists
Train, Gavin DeGraw
2000 and later

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