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Country - General | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
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Song Description

The song is about a woman who's husband leaves her, leaving her wondering what happened.

Story Behind the Song

I was watching a movie on TV about a relationship going bad. Jotted notes and thoughts as it went along. Then put it in the '5 stages of grief' sequence.

Broadjam Member Reviews

This was a pretty song nice arrangement and very good Lyrics. Your voice was right on cue, very nice song.

    - amy abernathy

She's lays in bed alone and wonders what went wrong
One day it was all good, and the next day he was gone
How many times did she hear...this won't happen to us
She never saw it coming, what they had seemed good enough

Thinking back on the good times, her smile starts turning sad
What good are memories if they shatter what you had
Tomorrow'll be better, now her heart is lost again
She cries herself to sleep, tries not to dream of him

She has pictures and memories she'd do anything for his touch
Hanging on to history, she hopes she had enough
He's not there, not coming back, but she sees him everywhere
She has pictures and memories but she tries not to care

Holding on to shame and blame, can she remember how to live
It's not that she's forgotten how, she doesn't know where to begin

Old friends not calling back... doesn't bother her anymore
She moves along, carries on, day to day just like before
Puts this all behind her, gets used to him being gone
It's not what she hoped for..but it's okay, she's getting strong

(chorus, fade)

She has pictures and memories but she tries not to care

Song Length
Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Heartbreaking, Moving

Subject Matter
Divorce, Sadness

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ken Matthiesen, Keith Taylor, friends at North Central NSAI Chapter, Jason Wyatt
Music Credits Keith Taylor, Ken Matthiesen, Jason Wyatt
Producer Credits Jason Wyatt
Performance Credits Jason Wyatt