DUCE - The Songwriter

DUCE - The Songwriter

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Pop - Rock | Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 46   
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Plays:

4

Song Description

(In the singing style of: a Male or a Female) [The song is about: ?Every morning on the Subway ? That?s a day in the Life of the average Joe and Joanne! ? and This train is out of service!?]

Lyrics

TODAY IT?S ALL THE RAGE
(THE SUBWAY SONG)

Verse1
Every morning I see your faces
Signs of age, sleep that traces.
Rudely interrupted dreams,
Eyes that show your hidden screams.

Verse2
You think you?ve found your lifetime groove.
That?s only so you?ll never lose.
You live your life by rules from books.
Give the truth your dirty looks.

Chorus1
Every morning on the Subway, Today it?s all the rage.
Every morning on the Subway, Today it?s all the rage.
While we pretend to set the trend
We?ve lost our place on stage.

Verse3
A moment?s notice, a lifetime?s gone.
No map of heaven, what cloud are you on?
The book is right, so tear the page.
The old solutions work - It?s all the rage.

Chorus2
Every morning on the Subway, Today it?s all the rage.
Every morning on the Subway, Today it?s all the rage.
While we pretend to set the trend
We?ve lost our place on stage.

Vocal Bridge1 and Instrumental Solo (Flute and Guitar)

Vocal Bridge2
The light at the end of the tunnel is out.
Someone please explain what this world is about?
The light at the end of the tunnel is out.
The light at the end of the tunnel is out.

Chorus3
Every morning on the Subway, Today it?s all the rage.
Every morning on the Subway, Today it?s all the rage.
While we pretend to set the trend
We?ve lost our place on stage.
(?This train is out of service!?)

Words and Music by: Gary Dussiaume (SOCAN)
Copyright © 2003 Gary Dussiaume (SOCAN)

Song Length
4:02
Genres
Rock - Modern, Pop - Rock
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Conformity, Frustration


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Gary Dussiaume
Music Credits Gary Dussiaume
Producer Credits Gary Dussiaume
Performance Credits Gary Dussiaume