Kelcy Mae

Kelcy Mae

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Rock - Americana | New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Total Song Plays: 345   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Story Behind the Song

Singer is nostalgic, remembering the old days and wanting to return to "home."

Lyrics

It's a beautiful morning in New Orleans
The kind when you leave your door open
And you sit in the breeze, listening to the birds sing
You can't ask for a better morning city scene
But it's nothing like the old days
Nothing like that porch and a tin roof in the rain
Nothing like hearing you call my name
As I'd come run run run run run run runnin' home

I miss the waterfall, the creeks and trees
I miss the friends and cousins who played with me
Yeah you could say I'm waiting here for something
'Cause I got my thumb in the air and my heart on my sleeve as I sing

Well, I'm trying to get back home where I started from
Trying to get back home where I started from
Trying to get back home where I started
Oh, I'm trying to get back home where I started from
Trying to get back home where I started from
Trying to get back get back home

Some may say I'm wasting time
Time is a wasteland, it's true
And I'd agree, this month is most cruel
For it's always go go go go go go go go
But when we're walking down that parish road
Past the cemeteries and the great unknown
Oh you will know, and I'll know that
It's good to be home

Well, I'm trying to get back home where I started from
Trying to get back home where I started from
Trying to get back home where I started
Oh, I'm trying to get back home where I started from
Trying to get back home where I started from
Trying to get back get back home

Song Length
4:39
Genres
Rock - Americana, Blues - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Peaceful

Subject Matter
Home, Age, Aging

Similar Artists
Lucinda Williams, Norah Jones
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Kelcy Wilburn
Music Credits Kelcy Wilburn
Producer Credits Kelcy Wilburn, Jason Rhein, Rick Nelson
Publisher Credits Parish Road Music