The Jenny Pilots

The Jenny Pilots

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Rock - Classic | Sparta, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 40   
Member Since: 2013
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Plays:

5

Song Description

guy and girl see each other's hearts have been broken... like most new relationships they have a lot in common... they flirt, dance... come to grips with their pasts and talk about hooking up for the night

Lyrics

TINY PIECES

Someone's heart is breaking free
someone's hopes dashed drastically
somewhere far from priorities and responsibilities
here in the fading night your angel light catches my eye
and if you feel your heart is bound to break
from life and tearing into tiny little pieces
so do I

There's a moment veiled in mystery
a feeling of shared history
of kindred spirits lost at sea
commiserate with me
you know we both confide the pain inside can't be denied
and if you feel your faith begin to shake
and tear your breaking heart to tiny little pieces
so do I

Time is temporary
minutes melt away
you say you've heard that line before
Love's forever fleeting
we're here for just one reason
Promises you've made can break
you may need to tear them into tiny little pieces
so do I

We start our paths in younger days
bold and brash and blazing away
we never dream our lives can lead us
lost along the way
and if we both agree no guarantees after tonight
and if you feel your heart is worse for wear
and you need help to repair the tiny little pieces
so do I

Song Length
3:50
Genres
Country - Rock, Country - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Welcoming, Endearing

Subject Matter
Heartbreak, General

Similar Artists
John Cougar Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Joe Furnari, Mark Nuzzi
Music Credits Mark Nuzzi, Joe Furnari
Producer Credits Mark Nuzzi, Joe Furnari, Gino Scelza