Katilyn

Katilyn

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Rock - Alternative | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 586   
Member Since: 2021
   Last Login: 7/29/2021
   Sounds Like: Pat Benatar, Taylor Swift

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Song Description

A song about outgrowing your peers and being wise beyond your years.

Story Behind the Song

Having been through plenty of trauma early in my life, I have learned lessons, at a young age, that many people don't learn until late in life. I wrote this song when I was at a place in my life where I was dating a man who was 11 years older than me, and it became clear that he had not learned many of the life lessons I had learned years before and already healed from, so we weren't a good match. At the same time, I noticed many of my friends were drinking excessively and doing drugs to avoid their feelings and their problems, while I was reading self-help books and in therapy and facing my problems to grow and heal (hence the lyric, "while they numb, you self-soothe"). Figuring most people will eventually face their problems, I reminded myself that life can be like a game of hide and go seek, and that I merely needed to count slow while they all run and hide from their problems, but they'll need me on the other side.

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Lyrics

Verse 1:
Some have just started to learn what you've known for some time
They were all smilin' while you dried the tears in your eyes

Pre-Chorus:
You cut 'em some slack
You can't go back
Y'know the way out is through

Chorus:
Lay low
Count slow
Wait as they all run and hide
Lay low
Count slow
They'll need you on the other side

Verse 2:
Had rough edges to smooth
As they numb, you self-soothe and you find
It's more lonely to lead than to feel like you're falling behind

Pre-Chorus
Chorus

Outro Chorus:
(They'll grow and catch up
Count slow don't give up
Wait as they all run and hide
They'll grow and catch up
Count Slow don't give up
They'll meet you on the other side) x2

Song Length
3:45
Genres
Pop - Lullaby, Folk - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
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 and Katilyn Pulcher
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)