Cathy-Anne McClintock

Cathy-Anne McClintock

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Folk - Contemporary | Long Beach, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 368   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Short little word about the past and what was good but deciding on the fact that NOW is better and embracing it.

Story Behind the Song

First writing attempt with pop writer of Canada Dave Pickell.


Remember back then how it used to be
Barefoot on the beach sippin' herbal tea
All full of dreams, nothing we couldn't do
I was reading 'bout that Animal Farm
You'd be working tunes on a cheap guitar
We were gonna change the world just me and you
Then you joined a band, I was off to France
Nothing but fun, full of romance...yeah
Wild ride and the years flew

Man it's so great to see you (you look good)
Can you believe what we've been through?

Who knew....we could get higher
The sun could shine brighter
The water could sparkle so blue
Who would ever get better
When life was just so dreamy and cool
Look at what it's turning into...
Who knew

Remember those words they used to say
"Enjoy your freedom it'll slip away"
You'll wake up wondering how life passed you by
They never did say it'd be this fun
And I wouldn't trade what I've become
Spread my wings like a butterfly

All those nights we would look at the stars (so bright)
Wishing things could just stay as they are...well


I'm so happy to see you like this
Talking 'bout those days
When we thought life was a good as it gets
Ain't it amazing how things change ...well

Double Chorus:

Song Length
Folk - Contemporary, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Blissful, Peaceful

Subject Matter
Relationship, Universe

Similar Artists
Sheryl Crow, Trisha Yearwood
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Cathy-Anne McClintock/Dave Pickell
Music Credits Cathy-Anne McClintock/Dave Pickell
Producer Credits Steven McClintock
Publisher Credits Tessatunes/McJames Music/Tumbleweed Publishing
Performance Credits Cathy-Anne McClintock
Label Credits 37 Records