Cormac Dorrian

Cormac Dorrian

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Brighton, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,462   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

Upbeat pop soul/jazzy song with female vocal a la Mary J Blige/Alicia Keys with an English accent. This is an aspirational song and has radio and breakfast show as references in the lyrics.

Story Behind the Song

A singer wanting to be heard. All she has ever known is singing and wants everyone to hear her. She wants to turn on the radio in the morning and hear her song and revel in the feeling that others are listening also.

Lyrics

My mother used to sing to me
When I was very small
She never sung me lullabies,
A diva through and through

And when I 'd sing my song
She wouold smile and sing along
And that is how I knew
That someday I'd sing for you
And now that day is hear

Hear my song on the radio
Hear it play on the breakfast show
Look I'm standing out from the crowd
That's my song, now play it loud

I never did fit in at school
I hated all the rules
I couldn't get the answers right
I was treated as I fool
But when I hit the stage I would shine on like a star
My worries would just melt away
I'd sing my song out everyday
Now hear what I say

Hear my song on the radio
Hear it play on the breakfast show
Look I'm standing out from the crowd
That's my song, now play it loud

And when you sing my song
I will smile and sing along
And every song I sing for you
You'll join in and sing them too
And now this is our song

Hear my song on the radio
Hear it play on the breakfast show
Look I'm standing out from the crowd
That's my song, now play it loud

Song Length
4:08
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Cheerful, Joyful

Subject Matter
Radio, Music

Similar Artists
Mary J. Blige, The Doobie Brothers
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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