Kirsty McGee

Kirsty McGee

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Folk - Americana | Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 189   
Member Since: 2018
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Norah Jones, Tom Waits

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Story Behind the Song

both your feet and all your money she must be good she must be funny she must be something to turn your head this way soft as ash, you've been slipping through my fingers gone like smoke, what i always thought would linger well she must be good, to turn your head this way we're brought up to believe that what we have is what we keep what we have and what we wish for can just vanish in our sleep and i don't know what to say all my hopes and all of my endeavours she must be smart she must be clever to turn your head to take you away from me i'm sorry now, but it's too late for it how long have you been gone, and how come i never saw it? well, i only saw the sparks had left your eyes when you turned your head away we're brought up to believe in what we have and what we hold but you can go to sleep in someone's arms and wake up in the cold and i don't know what to say i just don't know what to say

Lyrics

both your feet
and all your money
she must be good
she must be funny
she must be something
to turn your head this way

soft as ash, you've been slipping through my fingers
gone like smoke, what i always thought would linger
well she must be good, to turn your head this way

we're brought up to believe
that what we have is what we keep
what we have and what we wish for
can just vanish in our sleep
and i don't know what to say

all my hopes
and all of my endeavours
she must be smart
she must be clever
to turn your head
to take you away from me

i'm sorry now, but it's too late for it
how long have you been gone, and how come i never saw it?
well, i only saw the sparks had left your eyes
when you turned your head away

we're brought up to believe
in what we have and what we hold
but you can go to sleep in someone's arms
and wake up in the cold
and i don't know what to say
i just don't know what to say



© 2008 kirsty mcgee / big oak songs

Song Length
3:56
Genres
Folk - Contemporary, Folk - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Quiet, Serene

Subject Matter
Heartbreak, Breaking Up

Similar Artists
Lucie Rose, Lucinda Williams
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Kirsty McGee
Music Credits Kirsty McGee
Producer Credits Mike West
Publisher Credits Touch Tones
Performance Credits Kirsty McGee, Mat Martin, Mike West