Katilyn

Katilyn

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Rock - Alternative | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 586   
Member Since: 2021
   Last Login: 7/27/2021
   Sounds Like: Pat Benatar, Taylor Swift

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Song Description

Self love. A song about my journey from being my own worst critic to being my own biggest fan.

Story Behind the Song

I moved to Nashville to pursue my dream of being a performing artist and songwriter and had been getting in my own way, picking apart each performance and saying negative things to myself in the mirror. I was also surrounded by people who were harsh critics of me. So, I made a decision to believe in myself, change how I talk to myself, and be my own biggest fan, cheering myself on even when nobody else will.

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Lyrics

Verse 1:
If you heard the words I said to her
When she looked in the mirror
You'd be reachin' for the ear plugs
And fightin' back the tears
It ain't pretty
Nah, but she is

Chorus:
I don't know where she's takin' me
I don't like where we've been
I haven't been that kind to her
She can't call me a friend
After years as her worst critic, oh
Wanna be her biggest fan

Verse 2:
When she gets off stage I pick apart
Everything she did
Make her wish she hadn't tried at all
And her talent she had hid
She can't take it
Why do I dish it out?

Chorus

Bridge:
She always tries her hardest
To do the best she can
How many times can someone
Pick herself up again?
I lost count
Don't tear me down

Outro Chorus:

I don't know where I'm takin' me
I don't like where I've been
I haven't been that kind to me
And I can't call me a friend
After years as my worst critic, oh
Wanna be my biggest fan
After years as my worst critic
Wanna be my biggest fan

Song Length
3:03
Genres
Pop - Lullaby, Folk - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Heartbreaking, Peaceful

Subject Matter
Healing, Encouragement

Similar Artists
Sasha Sloan, Joni Mitchell
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Katilyn Pulcher (BMI, IPI: 00377748306) 100%
Music Credits Katilyn Pulcher (BMI, IPI: 00377748306) 100%
Producer Credits Cheyenne Medders
Publisher Credits Master Owner: Katilyn Pulcher (100% - one stop). Publishing: Jamz by Katilyn (BMI, IPI: 00379054239) 100%
Performance Credits Cheyenne Medders (guitar, piano, MIDI strings)