Erwin de Ruiter

Erwin de Ruiter

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Plays:

3

Lyrics

Ordinary days (modern R&B - 99)

Memories of ordinary days (harmony singing)
Memories of ordinary days

Female:
V1
Our lives destroyed by evil from outside
No warning sign someone`s put out the light
We believed to be safe and strong in our love
Now all is shattered and nothing else matters

Chorus
Ooh oooh
I`m longing for those ordinary days
Ooh oooh
Memories of ordinary days
V2
Some people live on highs others on lows
We preferred the side roads to see where they go
Happy with our live away from the noise
Now all is shattered and nothing else matters

Chorus

Bridge 1
Male rap:
Huh yeah the ordinary days when we used to sit in the park
Eating ice creams after dark, driving my old car to nowhere
We just lived and did not care
But hey baby we will fight and one day there will be light
and we`ll be standing at a cross road about to lay our burdens down
crying on the inside too proud to scream out loud
it might be a long way to healin` but that's alright cause time is all we need to give
baby don't worry about dying I will teach how to live! (echo: live..live)

Chorus
Bridge2
Female:
Baby you are right
Our flames will shine bright
In this lonely world
Please hold this lonely girl

Chorus (we`ll live again those ordinary days)

Music: Erwin de Ruiter Lyrics: Erwin de Ruiter/Carolyn Bronson

Song Length
3:41
Genres
R & B - Classic, R & B - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Cheerless, Cheerless

Subject Matter
Crying, Crying

Similar Artists
Alicia Keys, Alicia Keys
Language
English

Lyric Credits Erwin de Ruiter
Music Credits Erwin de Ruiter
Producer Credits Stacy Hogan
Performance Credits Carolyn Bronson