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:

10

Song Description

Full rock band, semi-progressive feel, about a guy telling a girl that he will help her to overcome her depression.

Story Behind the Song

Intended for commercial release.

Lyrics

It's gonna take some time/but you'll find your way through all of this.
See I, I pen these lines/to save your heart and save your wrist.

Nobody said it would be easy/but you don't have to go it alone.
Sometimes your life will be misleading/but I'm with you, oh.

You're falling out/but someones there to catch you.

Don't call this murder.
It's the first time/you feel inside/you're living for/not dying for.
So please don't go/you're not alone.

Don't fake that smile/there's no use in pretending.
'Cause in your trials/there's a light up at the ending.

Don't waste your time saying goodbye/even if all you nights grow cold.
Some days the sun will never shine/but I'm with you, oh.

You've fallen out/but someone's there to catch you.

Don't call this murder.
It's the first time/you feel inside/you're living for/not dying for.
So please don't go/you're not alone.

You're alone again/you're waiting for somebody/you're alone again.
You're alone again/you're waiting for somebody/you're alone again.
You are not alone/cause I am that somebody/you are not alone.
Don't keep your eyes closed/cause I am that somebody/you are not alone.

Song Length
4:13
Genres
Rock - Alternative, Rock - Modern
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Cheerless, Troubled

Subject Matter
Encouragement, Sorrow


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