Deanna Brown

Deanna Brown

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Pop - Rock | Christiansted, Virgin Islands, U.s.
Total Song Plays: 100   
Member Since: 2009
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Song Description

Reggae jam about movin' on told to us by the silky smooth voice of Deanna Brown.

Story Behind the Song

Most times when I (Deanna) write, my melody and words come together. In Jessica's case however, the melody was something that kept goin' round in my head one nice in an effort to keep out the annoying whine of my friends younger sister who always complained about her relationship. Once I added the lyrics I realized I was also talking about a relationship and named the song after the girl who inspired the melody, JESSICA.

Lyrics

What it does to you
What it does to me
What it does to everyone
Nobody is exempt from this game

The feelings still remain
Long after I have tried to drown my pain

Why is it we always hope for things to change
When will we learn to except the truth
And find a way
To move on

How are you to know if I fail to show
All of the emotions that have Overcome me
You have Overcome me
And even if you knew
What good would that do
Time has come to prove
We can't give each other what we need

Why is it we always hope for things to change
When will we learn to except the truth
And find a way
To move on

Why is it we always hope for things to change
When will we learn to except the truth
And find a way
To move on

Song Length
3:41
Genres
World - Reggae/Carribean, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Cool, Nonviolent

Subject Matter
Change, Breaking Up

Similar Artists
Sade, Bob Marley And The Wailers
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Deanna Brown
Music Credits Deanna Brown & Padraic Coursey
Producer Credits Padraic Coursey
Publisher Credits Luna Music LLC
Performance Credits Deanna Brown, Padraic Coursey, Laurent (Tippy) Alfred, & T ROK
Label Credits Ocean Records