Cheri Magill

Cheri Magill

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Pop - Rock | Sandy, Utah, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Lyrics

It's about time you stopped knocking at my door
With the truckload of problems you brought along before
With your half-empty glass and your one-sided view
your complaining how life is always out to get you
What is it you want me to do?

I can say, Hey, it was really their loss
Hey, it was never your fault
It was the timing, it was the weather,
or maybe it was this small town
You fill up and leave me here at zero
Now it's time that I resign as your reluctant hero

My shoulder's still wet from all the tears you cried
and my head still hurts from your embellished, half-truth lies
and your devilish schemes and the tantrums you threw
Did you ever stop and think about someone else but you?
What is it you want me to do?

I can say, Hey, it was really their loss
Hey, it was never your fault
It was the timing, it was the weather,
or maybe it was this small town
You fill up and leave me here at zero

For such a long time I've been afraid to let you fall
Now I know it's the only chance I have to help you at all

I can say, Hey, it was really their loss
Hey, it was never your fault
It was the timing, it was the weather,
or maybe it was this small town
You fill up and leave me here at zero
Now it's time that I resign as your reluctant hero

Song Length
3:35
Genres
Pop - Rock, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Annoyed, Heated

Subject Matter
Frustration, Lies

Similar Artists
Melissa Etheridge, Sheryl Crow
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Cheri Magill
Music Credits Cheri Magill
Producer Credits Steele Croswhite
Publisher Credits Cheri Magill Publishing (ASCAP)
Performance Credits Cheri Magill