Clark Ford

Clark Ford

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Country - General | Ames, Iowa, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,302   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

He's narcissistic and doesn't connect with what she says or feels. She is hanging in, hoping he will love her but he is missing her - missing out on who she is. She wonders why she is staying, and finally realizes that when she leaves, he will be missing her.

Story Behind the Song

Written for "1972 the Musical" as a breakup song.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Nice smooth song...good vocals... with some good background music.... song has a good easy feel to it...

    - Mark S. Ludes (MSL)

Im a sucker for finger picking guitar ...lovely voice Well produced

    - Smokin Joe Pilloud

You don't love me, you think you do
But who you love is really you,
You are in love with your reflection,
It validates you.

You don't hear me, you think you do
The things I say, don't interest you
You're not attuned to my emotions
It's all about you, it's all about you.

And you're missing out on me
You're missing me
I'm right here in front of you
Loving you, hanging in
Hoping you'll love me too

You don't see me, all that I do
The things that I dream, you don't have a clue
You're focused on you, instead of us
But what's new, yeah what's new?

You're always right, you can't concede
Your world revolves around your needs
You need constant love and adulation
But what about me? Yeah what about me?

And now I ask, why am I still here,
Is this true love, or is it fear
Of being alone, like I've been all along
Will I cry when I'm gone?

And then you'll be missing me, yeah, you'll be missing me
No I won't still be here for you,
I won't be loving you, no more hangin' in
No more hoping you'll love me too

Song Length
Country - General, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal

Subject Matter
Breaking Up, Boyfriend, Husband

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Clark Ford
Music Credits Clark Ford
Performance Credits Underground Treehouse Studio, Nashville. Sung by Julie Heidemann