Marc Corey Lee

Marc Corey Lee

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Country - Alternative | California, United States
Total Song Plays: 130   
Member Since: 2011
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Song Description

This is a song that looks back one those special moments in one's life from the point of view of someone who is aging and well into adulthood. It presents several vignettes; first love, the 60's, growing up and going for a ride in the car. It also presents the idea of time moving quickly and the disbelief that goes with it. It's purely a nostalgic tour wondering how to grab one of those special moments, "one more time."

Story Behind the Song

It's largely autobiographical and was written in the span of a few days. The composer - Marc Corey Lee - was reflecting on his own life and was overtaken by the feelings of nostalgia, some regret, and the idea of capturing it all again.

Lyrics

I've been wandering lately down the hallways of my mind
Searching for moments long gone by
And dusty memories left behind

I remember barely breathing 27 years ago
When you reached out to touch me as I tuned the radio
And gold rained down around us from the California sun
And the old songs played
One more time

I'm in the backseat and I'm 5 years old
We're all out for a summer ride
Daydream of spacemen and flying machines
Watching all the cars go by

The children and the flowers danced around us everyday
With peace signs and soldiers dying some place far away
'Leaving on a Jet Plane' was the song that they all sang
And the sun went down
One more time

When I look into the mirror now
I don't recognize the face somehow
How did a hundred years go by anyway?
Can I get it all back and hold on to each moment
Just one more time

Song Length
3:08
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, Rock - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Poignant

Subject Matter
Youth, Regret

Similar Artists
John Denver, John Mayer
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Marc Corey Lee
Music Credits Marc Corey Lee
Producer Credits Marc Corey Lee & Richard Bredice
Publisher Credits Marc Corey Lee
Performance Credits Marc Corey Lee
Label Credits Mountain Records