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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Song Description

Gentle and achingly intimate ballad recorded late at night in the middle of a thunderstorm to the gentle strains of a woodwind and brass quartet.

Story Behind the Song

That moment when you meet someone for the first time who you sense will be significant in your life.

Broadjam Member Reviews

Sweet, insightful, sensitive, vulnerable honesty. Love it. Soft vocal and texture works great here.

    - ROGER BOLT
Lyrics


When you walked in here I thought you were someone I once knew
Someone I knew well a long time ago
And when I spoke, I did speak out of turn
There are some things that we learn
And there are others we just know

And I just knew that you were gonna need me
You were gonna need me - so here I am
And I will wait. I will wait until you're ready
I will wait until you're ready
I'm your main man

When you blew in here like a storm in April
You scattered my thoughts to these four winds
And I am ready to see and to be the one you're needing
I will be the seedling that will grow upon the stone

And I just knew that you were gonna need me
You were gonna need me - so here I am
And I will wait. I will wait until you're ready
I will wait until you're ready
I'm your main man

Don't be scared, don't be scared while the wind is blowing
There is no way of knowing what he carries in his hands
Don't be scared, don't be scared: there's a heart and it's beating
Like a bullet while you're sleeping
I'm your main man

Song Length
3:14
Genres
Folk - Americana, Folk - Contemporary
Moods
Tranquil, Serene

Subject Matter
Hope, Spirituality

Similar Artist
Tom Waits, Willie Nelson, Leonard Cohen

Lyric Credits Kirsty McGee
Music Credits Kirsty McGee
Producer Credits Kirsty McGee, Barkley MacKay, Howard Jacobs
Publisher Credits Touch Tone
Performance Credits Kirsty McGee (voice, guitar, bass flute), Biff Roxby (brass), Howard Jacobs (bass clarinet, clarinet)
Label Credits Hobopop Recordings