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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Song Description

This song is a parody of the lower-class lifestyle, yet contains hints of the inherent freedom that makes such a lifestyle often more rewarding.

Story Behind the Song

I sang the first line of this song as a joke - Brigitte, my co-producer, thought it was so catchy that she insisted I write a song out of it and add it to the songlist for the CD we were presently recording.

Lyrics

My name isn?t Steve but I can make you believe
I can do anything in one night
I got up my sleeve everything that you need
When you find yourself a little bit tight

And if wash my face and hold my hands
You?ll find me in time
And with the right tie to help me clear this bind
I?m bound to be untied

See what you want to
Cause the sun doesn?t come out every night
Deep thoughts?ll break you
Hold your head high and stay in the light

I found me a piece of the big mystery
It?s been hiding under my overbite
Shallow combinations that get lost on the floor
In the holy chapel of oversight

I got a boot in the shorts, keep laughing back
I?m free in the end
Hey I?m right at home in my double wide life
I come in from behind

See what you want to
Cause the sun doesn?t come out every night
Deep thoughts?ll break you
So keep your head high and stay in the light

See what you want to
Cause the sun doesn?t come out every night
Deep thoughts?ll break you
So keep your head high and stay in the light

See what you want to
No, the sun doesn?t come out every night
Deep thoughts?ll break you
Stay in the light, baby keep your head high

Song Length
2:56
Genres
Pop - Rock, Rock - General
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

Lyric Credits Dan Rothery
Music Credits Dan Rothery
Producer Credits Jeff Long, Dan Rothery, Brigitte