THINKIN' BLUES (feat. Julie Manners)

Song Description

Moody reflection of the singer's realization that the relationship, even though it didn't get to where it should have gone, is over and won't be resurrected. This country soul song mixes blues, country and adult contemporary, using strong melodies with atypical meters to tell the story of a lover pretending not to love. Two versions.

Song Length 3:15 Genre Country - Americana, Country - General
Tempo Very Slow (Under 70) Lead Vocal Female Vocal
Mood Heartbreaking, Moving Subject Heartbreak, Sadness
Similar Artists Dolly Parton, Shania Twain Language English
Era 1970 - 1979


Music & Lyrics by Denise Dimin/Reel2Real Songs

I'm sittin' here, thinkin' 'bout you.
Lord, the things I have to do.
To convince myself I don't love you.
To put myself above you.
But it's no good.
Tho' my mind is in control,
My heart is rarin' to go.

I know you didn't have time to care.
And when you left, you left unaware.
Of the heart that you left broken.
Of the words you left unspoken.
All the dreams that weren't promised.
All the times, you wouldn't let me give my love.

So I face the fact of being alone.
And I play my voice in a cheery tone.
And expand on my fantasies.
And gold-plate a forgotten key
That locked and sealed a door
That probably won't be used anymore.

Lyrics Denise Dimin Music Denise Dimin
Producer Steven Cooper - The Songwriter's Studio Publisher None
Performance Julie Manners (Work For Hire) Label None
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