KenM

KenM

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Country - General | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,378   
Member Since: 2010
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Plays:

19

Song Description

written to hopefully help women feel they are still awesome even after this happens to them. we can only hope it helps.

Story Behind the Song

two guys wanting to write something for a good cause...

Broadjam Member Reviews

Really Great Lyrics and Melody
Thought the Bridge had great contrast to the song

    - Charles Bunting

NICELY DONE very poignant imagery. Nice recording, well played and sung.

    - Bobby and Leslie
Lyrics

Where The Girls Used To Be
Written by David Thompson/Ken Matthiesen 11/08/12 copyright 2012
Version 11/26/2012


Woke up this morning, knew you were worried
You were up early, crying, brushing your hair
In front of the mirror, but not really there
Holding yourself, nurturing ... something that doesn't belong
We both know something, something is wrong

(Chorus)
Let's pin a pink ribbon where the girls used to be
A medal of honor, of hope, and dignity
You're the same woman
I am so proud
You're all I'll ever need
Let's pin a pink ribbon where the girls used to be

I closed my eyes and prayed ... the other day
Knowing you went to ... visit where ... your momma rests
A bundle of flowers... and a weight on your chest
I'm sure you made her feel everything was okay
It's not your style to ... blame others that way.

Repeat Chorus

(Instrumental)

(Bridge)
Holding you close, we sit on the edge, on the edge ... of your hospital bed
It's finally over, we get to go home, to go home ...dry the tears that we shed

Repeat Chorus

Song Length
5:02
Genres
Country - General, Unique - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Worried, Glad

Subject Matter
Hope, Diseases


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits ken matthiesen/david thompson
Music Credits david thompson
Producer Credits jason wyatt
Performance Credits jason wyatt