Deborah Berg

Deborah Berg

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Country - Americana | New York, United States
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Member Since: 2009
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Song Description

A quiet, intimate song of personal loss and spiritual connection, sung to the one who has gone.

Lyrics

Can you hear me now,
now we've got this distance between us?
So much for the vow, til death do us part

Am I coming through, do you know I keep trying to reach you?
Tell me one more time, you'll miss me too

Oh lord, please, I need saving
Save me from myself
At least give me something to hold on to
Like the touch of his hand leading me to dance
When the band starts to play our favorite waltz
Round and round, can you hear, hear me now?

Spring is trying to show
But there's snowfall on the primrose
Now's the time we wait for new life to grow

Oh lord, please, I need saving
Save me from myself
At least give me something to hold on to
Like the touch of his hand, leading me to dance
When the band starts to play our favorite waltz,
Round and round, can you hear, hear me now

Song Length
4:46
Genres
Country - Traditional, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Still, Endearing

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Healing

Similar Artists
Neko Case, Cat Power
Language
English
Era
1980 - 1989

Lyric Credits Deborah Berg
Music Credits Deborah Berg
Producer Credits Ken Rich
Publisher Credits Bergamot Music Publishing
Performance Credits Deborah Berg: vocals, acoustic guitar Ken Rich: bass Andrew Sherman, Piano Frank Vilardi, drums John Putnam, pedal steel, 2nd acoustic guitar, Payton MacDonald, marimba Chris Eminizer, clarinets