Matthew Finch

Matthew Finch

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Folk - Rock | Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 16   
Member Since: 2017
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, Stereophonics

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Song Description

An acoustic light and uplifting song with a country/folk feel

Story Behind the Song

Over To You was written as a love song to my pregnant wife. It is simply a promise to be there for her and support her no matter what mood she might be in. However, the lyrics mention nothing of expectant children or pregnancy, and could relate to any form of devotion.

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Lyrics

Each day becomes a little longer. Night's are warmer, sun is stronger.
Certainly means we're getting closer. If you cry I'll be right over and I'll walk slowly over to you.
I'll kiss your cheek and say you're pretty, and maybe we'll go to the city.
If you'd rather be somewhere lonely we could drive out to the country. And I'll walk slowly over to you.

If you want I'll hold your hand.
If you don't, I'll understand.
And as time moves I'll hold your hand, and I'll walk slowly with you.

It may be twenty-past eleven, and God is living in his Heaven.
Tell me secrets I'll remember. Pretty soon it'll be September and I'll walk slowly over to you.
And time is moving pretty quickly. Summers here, the nights are tricky.
If your thirsty I'll fetch water. If you're moody, I'll still love you and I'll walk slowly over to you.

If you need, I'll hold your hand
If you're mean, I'll understand
And as we move, I'll hold your hand, and I'll walk slowly with you.

Song Length
3:13
Genres
Folk - Rock, Country - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Endearing, Peaceful

Subject Matter
General, Girlfriend, Wife

Similar Artists
Bob Dylan, Coldplay
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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