Jay Wollin

Jay Wollin

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Total Song Plays: 892   
Member Since: 2011
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Plays:

34

Song Description

Rock ballad. Full rock band with B3. Lyrics apologizing for not having been, well, better. Mournful and regretful.

Story Behind the Song

Intended for commercial release.

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Lyrics

Here's a toast/I'll meet you at the battle.
At the bottom of this bottle/I hide.
It's so cold here/my skin is cracked and bleeding/as I feel my soul retreating again.

This is my/apology.
For not becoming/all that you've dreamed.

But I've come this far/I'm so torn apart.
I try to make amends/as I watch the story end.
I wish you'd try/as life passes me by.
Everyone I know/has the tendency to go
away from here.

I can see you as you're leaving/and the cycles still repeating.
Forget, forget me call me/foolish.
There's nowhere else to go down here/I try to compromise in fear.

This is my/apology.
I'm such a failure/I'm so weak.

But I've come this far/I'm so torn apart.
I try to make amends/as I watch the story end.
I wish you'd try/as life passes me by.
Everyone I know/has the tendency to go
away.

Away.

And when I go to sleep.
I can barely breath.
Knowing that I am a mistake in your eyes.

No I can't breath.
No I can't breath.
No I can't, no I can't breath.

But I've come this far/I'm so torn apart.
I try to make amends/as I watch the story end.
I wish you'd try/as life passes me by.
Everyone I know/has the tendency to go
away from here.

Song Length
3:44
Genres
Rock - Alternative, Rock - Modern
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Heartbreaking, Moving

Subject Matter
Regret, Sadness


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits David Fiorentino (BMI)
Music Credits Jay Wollin (ASCAP), David Fiorentino (BMI), Steven Cvetkovski (BMI), Jeffrey Cvetkovski (BMI)
Producer Credits Jay Wollin (ASCAP)
Publisher Credits Final Play Music Group
Performance Credits Goodbye Houston