Karen Wheelock

Karen Wheelock

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Folk - Contemporary | Madison, Wisconsin, United States
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Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: 5/10/2021

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Song Description

Silly song about being over someone.

Story Behind the Song

I was annoyed with someone for trying to contact me after disappearing from my life. And the song ended up being kind of silly!

Lyrics

You were just a hiccup to my heart
We didn't even last very long
All I know is I did my part
And now my case of hiccups are gone.

You were a hiii-ccup, a hiii-ccup
Hiccup to my heart.
A hiii-ccup, a hiii-ccup
Hiccup to my heart.

It started when you said you needed space
I hadn't thought that anything was wrong
But then my head was all over the place
And I realized in my heart you don't belong.

You were a hiii-ccup, a hiii-ccup
Hiccup to my heart.
A hiii-ccup, a hiii-ccup
But now my case of hiccups is gone!

Song Length
1:01
Genres
Folk - Contemporary, Folk - General
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Adorable

Subject Matter
Silliness
Similar Artists
Natalie Imbruglia, Michelle Branch
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Karen Wheelock
Music Credits Karen Wheelock
Producer Credits Beth Kille
Performance Credits Karen Wheelock (vocals, ukulele, tambourine)