Ordinary Tuesday II Johnson/Corey

Story Behind The Song

Song about 9/11

Song Description

Written three weeks after that terrible event.......

Song Length 2:52 Genre Unique - Patriotic
Tempo Medium Slow (91 - 110) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Language English Era 2000 and later

Lyrics

On An Ordinary Tuesday Words & Music By Sharon, Alton, Margie & Art Corey Copyright(c) 2001

1st Verse
On an ordinary Tuesday
Through an ordinary sky
Hate rode on stolen silver arrows
I can still see them fly

2nd Verse
Through the long and frozen hours
On a day of disbelief
One simple human question
In voices filled with grief

Chorus
Did you lose someone?
Oh, did you lose someone?
Did you lose someone?
I lost them all
Yes, we lost them all
Oh, we lost them all............

3rd Verse
Tonight the stars are clear and cool (Same as above)
There's Autumn in the wind
Each fallen leaf is like a soul
Won't come home again

4th Verse
And they've gone into our memory
Through the doors of history
Let us pray for understanding
And virtues victories

Bridge
The Towers fell and fell and fell
We'll remember all our lives
Friends and loved ones gone forever

On an ordinary Tuesday...September 11. It will forever be etched in our minds and this song is a great historical piece/reminder of that terrible day in 2001. Great message and metaphors "stolen silver arrows" (excellent) and the falling leaves representing the lost loved ones. You are right. We lost them all and they were part of us. Finely crafted song. Bravo!

Lyrics Sharon, Alton, Arthur & Margie Corey Music Sharon & Arthur Corey
Producer Art Corey, G. Johnson Publisher Sharomar Music Pub.
Performance Buck Swade V./ Keys & Guitars G. Johnson Label There you go again, ruining the moment!!!
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