Dianne MacAdam

Dianne MacAdam

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Folk - Alternative | Easton, Massachusetts, United States
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Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: 6/25/2019

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Song Description

I recorded this song on my computer with me playing crappy guitar. My old friend Five took the separated vocal and replaced that crappy guitar with his own tracks. This was no small feat because I didn't use a metronome and my timing is sucky. How he fit my vocal in the way he did was genius. Genius I say.

Story Behind the Song

Big whine session about the music business.

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Lyrics

It's alright, I'll be okay
I'll lick my wounds
And get back into the fray
Yeah, I've been there and you know I've done that

I feel foolish, I feel dumb
And you know who
Will pay before it's done
Cause I found out that everything was nothing

Chorus
Just for once I'd like to say I did
Just for once I'd like to take it in
Just for once I'd like to, I'd like to win

Here it is, another sign
That it's time to toss the towel, yeah
I'll do my best not to resign
I'll get up and dust my knees

Chorus

I feel foolish, I feel dumb
And you know who
Will pay before it's done
I found out that everything was nothing

Bridge
Favors don't help anyone,
Don't need the fanfare and the fluff
They might lead me to believe
I might be enough
Again I'm not enough

Chorus

Song Length
3:41
Genres
Rock - General, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Depressing, Troubled

Subject Matter
Frustration, Musician


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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