phil common

phil common

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Pop - Rock | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 137   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Sometimes love comes at the wrong time and with the wrong person. Where even through the fights and the wasted time you're both addicted to each other. Both of you want to get out but can't stand the thought of losing the other one. How could something s

Story Behind the Song

I wanted to write a ska/swing song. When I came up with the idea for the lyric, the music just flowed. Later in the studio I got to really orchestrate this. Adding the horn section made this one of my favorites on the new album, "Islands" Enjoy!

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I looked at you
and there was nothing left for me to do
I fell for you
you took me by surprise

the way you moved your head and hair
left me able to just sit and stare
your beauty caught me
right between the eyes

how could something so wrong
feel so right
are there words i need to say
to make you go away
how could something so wrong
feel so right
is this love we feel today
or just a game we play

we tried for hours and maybe more
understanding there is nothing sure in love
the kind we were dreaming of
but you know how
some days are good
some days are bad
and your the only love I've ever had to hold
but now I'm letting go

I won't forget you
I can't forget you
standing in this dizzy wind
I spin again
but I won't forget you

Song Length
Pop - Rock, Rock - Ska
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Ecstatic, Stressed

Subject Matter
Dysfunctional Relations, Lost Love

Similar Artists
The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Social Distortion
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Phil Common
Music Credits Phil Common
Producer Credits GaluminumFoil Studios
Publisher Credits Phil Common
Performance Credits Phil Common