J Paul Bolcar

J Paul Bolcar

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Pop - Easy Listening | Bangor, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 5,783   
Member Since: 2006
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284

Song Description

This is the music I set to Cindi Houlroyd's poem entitled "Uncertain Love" Wow! did this turn out nice! This is the instrumental version featuring my daughter Jennifer on violin. What a beautiful piece. - Paul

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Lyrics

Uncertain Love

Lyrics by Cynthia Deaton Houlroyd
Music by John Paul Bolcar
Copyright 2009 Cynthia Deaton Houlroyd and John Paul Bolcar

Verse 1:
When I saw your face for the very first time, captive I was as I hoped you'd be mine.
Locked up in a spell time passed so quietly; then came the time wh - en I had to leave.

Bridge:
Wanting to tell you just how I really felt, young and uncertain, got scared, and I left.

Chorus:
If we had what we had, why did it change? If we were what we really were, why did we walk away?
If we had what we really had, why did we let it go? These are things I often ask, but never really know.

Verse 2:
Those unspoken words are a price that I paid; I'm sure that you paid a price for them too.
As long as I live I'll regret losing you; uncertain love, can I ever forget?

Chorous:
If we had what we had, why did it change?
If we were what we really were, why did we walk away?
If we had what we really had, did we let it go?
These are things I often ask and never really know.

Song Length
3:08
Genres
Unique - Soundtracks, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal
Instrumental
Moods
Moving, Serene

Subject Matter
Regret, Unrequited Love


Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Cynthia Deaton Houlroyd
Music Credits J Paul Bolcar
Producer Credits J Paul Bolcar
Performance Credits J Paul Bolcar and Jennifer Bolcar (Violin)