Cherri Wilson-Thornton

Cherri Wilson-Thornton

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Country - Traditional | Marina, California, United States
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Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

Loss of a first love. Wanting to know what went wrong and wonders how the pain, sorrow and emptiness left behind could have been avoided if this person never loved in the first place and saw it coming.

Story Behind the Song

This is about first love and giving your heart to someone and watching them tear it into millions of pieces and there's nothing you can do about it. You're left wondering how you could have been such a fool and why you hadn't seen it coming. You wonder

Lyrics

There I Go Again

Verse:
Where Did you go?
And why didn?t you know?
How much I loved you so.
It was my heart - that took the hit.
You left without a goodbye.
Now I?m standing here asking why.
I guess it?s my turn - to cry.

Chorus:
There I go again with all my ?what ifs?. (Harmony)
I try and deal - with what little is left.
If only I knew then ? what-I- know now - (Harmony)
I?d have found a way to let you go some how.

Verse:
Did you find yourself out there?
Were you cold and wished me near?
Did my memory defrost ? from-your-cold heart?
I never wanted this to end.
Seems it was over - before it began.
I can never be just your friend.

Chorus:
There I go again with all my ?what ifs?. (Harmony)
I try and deal - with what little is left.
If only I knew then ? what-I- know now - (Harmony)
I?d have found a way to let you go some how.

(Instrumental)

Special Ending:
Where did you go?

© Copyright by Cherri Wilson-Thornton 02/03/2005
Lyric Sheet Updated 04/03/2006

Song Length
2:53
Genres
Pop - General, Pop - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Heartbreaking, Depressing

Subject Matter
Sadness, Lost Love

Similar Artists
Sheryl Crow, The Bangles
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Cherri Wilson-Thornton
Music Credits Cherri Wilson-Thornton
Producer Credits Ted Steinbruner/Steve Mahoney
Performance Credits Lead/Harmoney Vocals: Cherri Wilson-Thornton; Keyboard: Marilyn Maher & Steven Mahoney