KenM

KenM

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Country - General | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
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Member Since: 2010
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Plays:

95

Song Description

when the one you love is hurting and they curl up into their defensive shell, you want to help...but they don't always want help

Story Behind the Song

we all have experiences of upsetting somebody, then when they give you the silent treatment you want them to snap out of it.

Broadjam Member Reviews

Nice melody...very reaxing

    - Richard Bullock

Silky smooth. Very nice instrumentation and arrangement. The vocal suits this song very well.

    - David James
Lyrics

Rather Be Alone
Written by Ken Matthiesen 10/12/2010 Music Curtis Lee 08/09/2011


Is there anybody in there
Is there anybody home
Should I keep on knocking
Seems to me you'd rather be alone

(chorus)
I've tried pounding on the door
I've tried calling on the phone
I don't think you'll ever answer
Seems to me you'd rather be alone
ta ta da da ta da

All our time together
All the things we've seen and done
All our love for one another
Needs an answer, baby give me one

Life's too short to miss on chances
Or waste a lot of new romances
It won't help to point a finger
It won't help for me to sit and cry

Is there anybody in there
Is there anybody home
Should I keep on knocking
Seems to me you'd rather be alone

(chorus)
I've tried pounding on the door
I've tried calling on the phone
I don't think you'll ever answer
Seems to me you'd rather be alone
ta ta da da ta da da da

(outro)
I can't be everything, I can't be everywhere
It won't help to point a finger
It won't help for me to sit and cry
ooh ooh ooh ooh mmmmmm

Song Length
2:34
Genres
Jazz - Lounge, Jazz - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Moving, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Loneliness, General


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ken Matthiesen
Music Credits Curtis Lee
Producer Credits Scott Joyce
Performance Credits Richard Bryant