Dolly Rappaport

Dolly Rappaport

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Pop - Easy Listening | San Francisco, California, United States
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Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

This song talks about memories of growing up.

Story Behind the Song

I wanted to show the people I grew up with that I still love and remember the times we had togethre, even though I may be a long way from home.

Lyrics

Long Way From Home
Words and Music by DOLLY RAPPAPORT and MITCH RAPPAPORT
PO Box 610057 Redwood City, CA 94061
650.365.8076 mitchrappaport@mindspring.com
©2003 by M&D Media (ASCAP)


When I sit back and reminisce
And I remember my first kiss
And I remember Amy and Jane
And growin’ up on Melody Lane

Cruisin’ around smokin’ cigarettes
I had a lot of fun and few regrets

I may be a long way from home
But I remember where I come from
Traveled thousands of miles down the road
But I remember where I come from

I remember the “Beast of Burden”
And I remember my town Virden
Sittin’ on the Island watchin’ boys drive by
We’d talk about everything, laugh and cry

And I remember my best friend Joan
How we talked for hours on the phone

I may be a long way from home
But I remember where I come from
Traveled thousands of miles down the road
But I remember where I come from

I still go back and visit now and then
And all my memories come back again

I may be a long way from home
But I remember where I come from
Traveled thousands of miles down the road
But I remember where I come from

Song Length
3:29
Genres
Country - Rock, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Cheerful, Joyful

Subject Matter
Youth
Similar Artist
Sheryl Crow
Language
English

Lyric Credits M. Rappaport/ D. Rappaport
Music Credits D. Rappaport/ M. Rappaport
Producer Credits D. Rappaport/ M. Rappaport
Publisher Credits M&D Media
Performance Credits Dolly Rappaport - vocals, piano, sax, Mitch Rappaport - Bass Mark Banning - guitar, Ron E Beck - drums