Jason Montero

Jason Montero

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Pop - Alternative | Stuart, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,220   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 10/22/2019
   Sounds Like: Warren Haynes, Bruce Springsteen

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Great track harking back to when music was great

    - Stuart Epps - Broadjam Pro Reviewer

Jason Montero has got a real knack for crafting thoughtful, observational, philosophical lyrics that touch on universal themes. It's refreshing to hear real ensemble musicians doing their thing well.

    - Todd Herfindal - Broadjam Pro Reviewer

If this voice was a canvas I'd paint you a picture
Leave 10,000 words unsaid
If I could touch your hand and show you my visions
You could dance with the demons in my head

Or you could take your words like turpentine, pour them down all over mine, underneath those lines I am concealed
You should know by now that I mean what I say, if it's little I say I am revealed

It comes as no surprise I'm out of my tree
Building cages when I long to be free
My hands are open, take what you need
Giving is easy, salvation is hard

With a tongue like a razor I'll cut out your weaknesses
I'm gonna show you how deeply they have grown
I'd take that speck of sawdust from your eye
If I could remove the plank that's in my own


The past is graffiti painted on the wall
Nothing keeps a secret like a stone
Tomorrow is a fiction yet to be told
A shadow on the ground when you're alone


Song Length
Rock - Classic, Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Moving, Composed

Subject Matter
Existence, Philosophy

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Jason Montero
Music Credits Jason Montero
Producer Credits Clark Rigsby
Publisher Credits Jason Montero
Performance Credits Jason Montero, Honey Child