George Cahill

George Cahill

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Folk - Americana | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 500   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

27

Song Description

A Loved one visits an addict and encourages the addict that it's time to get help. By getting help the addict can win back their family and friends and start life over again.

Story Behind the Song

My Mother was an alcoholic and looking back I wish there were " interventions" during her addiction.

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Lyrics

I think we need to have a talk

Its time for you to walk the walk

Your now a person
I don't know

The record shows I had to go

I know the pain your going thru

I used to walk inside your shoes

I'm here to lend a helping hand

I'll be  a member of your band

There's only so much we can do

The rest my friend is up to you

We came to save you on this day

To join together and to pray

This gesture's coming from our hearts

We want for you a brand new start

Your bags are packed
Its time to go

There is no ticket to this show

No need to cry and scream and fight

The verdict' s in you have no rights

This is your chance to start again

Win back your family and your friends

So take my hand its time to go

You have my word I will walk slow

No need to ask I ll visit you

Twenty eight days to start anew

Twenty eight days to
Start anew

Song Length
3:05
Genres
Pop - Classic, R & B - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Moving, Gracious

Subject Matter
Addiction, Frustration

Similar Artists
Pink Floyd, John Lennon
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits George Cahill
Music Credits George Cahill
Producer Credits DM and George Cahill
Publisher Credits self
Performance Credits George CAhill
Label Credits self