Pauline Berry

Pauline Berry

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Auckland, New Zealand
Total Song Plays: 90   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Upbeat positive song about overcoming obstacles, discovering ones own strength and understanding that being tested is a good thing.

Story Behind the Song

As above

Lyrics

I could be leaning into my true nature, I've gotten used to the exquisiteness of my pain. There it goes again, all right, who'd have thought it would be this okay. There are always those who see the wounded ones, are you one who would rub the salt in. Do you think it's okay to steal the damaged goods. It's so funny to hit the bottom, look up and find out where you stand, you feel a little taller than before.

Giving away something you thought you needed, becoming so much more, I can feel the muscles flexing I never had before. Living each day like some kind of gift from the gods that fell in my lap, I'm happy to say I wouldn't be here to tell you if I didn't get up and crawl.

If I was ever Cinderella I wouldn't want to try that slipper on, if you were ever Cinderella I would want to be you alibi . You don' t need that golden carriage, take you where you think the party is, I wouldn't thank you for Prince Charming if I fell right into him.

Song Length
3:24
Genres
Country - Boogie, Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Glad, In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Encouragement, Determination

Similar Artists
Jewel, Rickie Lee Jones
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Pauline Berry
Music Credits Pauline Berry and Martin Winch
Producer Credits Martin Winch
Publisher Credits Control
Performance Credits Pauline Berry all vocals , Martin Winch all instruments
Label Credits N/A