Jay Wollin

Jay Wollin

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Unique - Unclassified | Grand Island, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 892   
Member Since: 2011
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Plays:

19

Song Description

Quirky instrumental including full rock band with accordion and banjo. Mid tempo. Song topic covers the feelings resulting from being lead-on by a girl.

Story Behind the Song

Intended for commercial release.

Lyrics

Here I stand again/falling to my knees.
As apathy descends/the blood rush consumes me.
Now I, I feel so low/just watch the saline run down my cheek bone baby.
Where do you go/when I disappear for you.

Close tight my eyes/and make believe.
I would have never/let you leave.
Incinerate before your eyes/until the day our lives collide.

Our lives collide.

Spill your guts and sing/any praise you please.
And as my hopes arise/you run your blade through me.
Now I, I feel so low/I'm conscious laden patience wearing thin now.
Baby, where do you go/when I disappear for you.

Close tight my eyes/and make believe.
I would have never/let you leave.
Incinerate before your eyes/until the day our lives collide.

Our lives collide.



Close tight my eyes/and make believe.
I would have never/let you leave.
Incinerate before your eyes/until the day our lives collide.

Close tight my eyes/and make believe.
I would have never/let you leave.
Incinerate before your eyes/until the day our lives collide.

Our lives collide.

Song Length
3:59
Genres
Rock - Alternative, Rock - Modern
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Distressed, Heated

Subject Matter
Unrequited Love, Frustration


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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