Marc Mero

Marc Mero

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Country - Rock | Rouses Point, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 3   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

3

Song Description

The feelings of a road musician

Story Behind the Song

Finding out what being in a band really means for all the people that choose this life.

Lyrics

THE BOYS IN THE BAND
Verse:
Tommy got a set of drums on his 16th birthday
So I went out and bought a flat top guitar
There were a couple of guys on the other side of our town
with a keyboard and a bass and one of them had a car
Verse:
We practiced every day for hours down in our cellar
Till we felt that we were good enough to play at school
At the dance that night the crowd was calling out our names
And that was when I learned this simple rule
Chorus:
You can score a touchdown, you can hit a homerun, put the ball in the net
You can drive a NASCAR, ride in a rodeo, or be the president
You can be a super hero or an all american
But there's no one like the boys in the band
Lead:
Verse:
I was somewhere on the road when I turned 18
Weekends we played honkytonks and bars
The friends we met in every club we played in
Remember us today as down home stars
Chorus:
You can score a touchdown, you can hit a homerun, put the ball in the net
You can drive a NASCAR, ride in a rodeo, or be the president
You can be a super hero or an all american
But there's no one like the boys in the band
Tag:
There's no one like the boys in the band

Song Length
3:16
Genres
Country - Rock, Country - Boogie
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Jovial, Pleasant

Subject Matter
Stardom, Musician

Similar Artists
Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers Band
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Marc Mero
Music Credits Marc Mero
Producer Credits Marc Mero
Publisher Credits Dijazzal Music Publishing
Performance Credits Marc Mero, Hal Mero, Matthew Mero
Label Credits Marc Mero