Michael Gutierrez-May

Michael Gutierrez-May

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Folk - Rock | Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 426   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Reflections of the Gabrielle Giffords tragedy

Story Behind the Song

This was my first song for this year's February Album Writing Month.


Come to the corner
I will hear your problems
I don't have all the answers
But you can talk to me.
It will help us get along
And you may not agree
But you can talk to me.

Oh, Gabrielle
I am coming to get you
I do not know why
They told me hate the government
They told me you're a socialist
I do not know why
But now, you must die.

Now there are riots in Egypt
To oust an arrogant man
He had all the answers
But now he doesn't know why
They are swarming in the streets
Yes, they are swarming in the streets.

Oh, Gabrielle
I am here to greet you
I want to know why
We lose our faith in government
They bark and call us socialists
We may disagree
May not see eye to eye
Yes, we may disagree
But you can talk to me.


@2011 Michael Gutierrez-May

Song Length
Folk - Contemporary, Folk - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Michael Gutierrez-May
Music Credits Michael Gutierrez-May
Producer Credits Michael Gutierrez-May
Performance Credits MGM with Deborah Linden and Robyn MacKenzie