Jim Bruno

Jim Bruno

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Folk - Americana | San Francisco, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,337   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Story Behind the Song

This is a song that emphasizes the simpler things in life.


Lock the door turn the lights off don't you fret
Everybody's got something to regret
There's nothing new beneath the sun
There's not a sin that hasn't been done
And everyday I'm on the run trying to pull us through
And I do it for you

Light the fire, keep us from the cold
That which doesn't break us makes us bold
Who'd want to live a thousand years
Who'd want to cry a million tears
But I would face all your fears if you asked me to
I'd do it for you

That old Blue Moon shines through the nighttime
Lands like truth upon our floor
And anytime would be the right time
What's it going to take to make you sure

Shut the drapes and climb into our bed
No one keeps track of what we've said
We'll never see it on the silver screen
We'll never read it in a magazine
And I would make all your dreams in the end come true
I'd do it for you

Song Length
Country - Americana, Folk - Americana

Similar Artists
Bob Dylan, Tom Petty

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Publisher Credits Jimmy Bruno Music
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Label Credits Split Level Records