Dan Rothery

Dan Rothery

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Rock - General | Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 271   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Story Behind the Song

remixed by Mark Makoway

Lyrics

Left the light on in the den
Gotta change that damn wheel, it's squeaking again
Knocked the candle over again
Rocking table, with a broken leg

Wrong way on a one way street
Keep turning back on my defeat
Spent my last dime in sin
Tell the kids I'll be late again

Dragged by the doorway, crushed all my hopes in
Till I realize
Scream like a madman, squeal like the children
Till I realize
You can't go home

Her necklace broke, scattered pearls
They've been dropped all over the world
Wrap my hands in electric tape
Crashing through the forest graves
I've been standing in line so long
I don't care who dropped the bomb

Dragged by the doorway, crushed all my hopes in
Till I realize
Scream like a madman, squeal like the children
Till I realize
You can't go home

Dragged by the doorway, crushed all my hopes in
Till I realize
Scream like a madman, squeal like the children
Till I realize
You can't go home

Song Length
3:58
Genres
Pop - Rock, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Moving

Subject Matter
Regret, Change


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Dan Rothery
Music Credits Dan Rothery
Producer Credits Jeff Long, Brigitte, Dan Rothery
Performance Credits Dan Rothery
Label Credits Maple/Universal