Mike Lacey

Mike Lacey

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Rock - Americana | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 8,176   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 10/1/2020
   Sounds Like: Tom Petty, Steve Earle

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Soul Repair copyright 2019
Woke up today, was on the floor
A room I'd never seen before
Too old to do this anymore
But here I am again

There's empty bottles on the sill
A hole that I can't seem to fill
If whiskey can't hope something will
Or maybe nothing can

Tryin' to escape behind my eyelids
When sleep arrives I find some shelter there
Where I don't have to think of things that I did
Or how to fix a soul that needs repair

Run off more girls than I recall
Start off strong, then comes the fall
To where I hardly care at all
Done before we start

I wanna break my losing streak
Of love affairs that last a week
So I'll keep searching til I meet
The keeper of my heart

Refrain F#-E-D-E-A, F#-E-D-E
Start another job today All started years ago, I was too young to know
Even though it's lousy pay What to do when things were going wrong
Took the offer anyway I couldn't handle pain, shut down for staying sane
With credit cards maxed out Feeling like there's nowhere I belong

Trying to get up off my knees
But ain't no easy remedies
Erasing poison memories
That fill a mind with doubt

Chorus - Repeat chorus
(some comfort, Gonna try to change some things that I did, Workin' on a soul)

Song Length
Rock - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


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