Reid Jamieson

Reid Jamieson

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Pop - Alternative | Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 2,957   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 8/10/2020
   Sounds Like: kd Lang, Damien Rice

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Song Description

on self esteem and the distorting funhouse mirrors that surround us every day. Incredible vocals with long sad notes. Nylon string guitar. We own all rights, instrumentals available.

Story Behind the Song

On self esteem and the distorting funhouse mirrors that surround us every day. Incredible vocals with long sad notes. Nylon string guitar. We own all rights, instrumentals available.

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Lyrics

Small inside
As you wander through your day
How hard you try, to justify
Not take up too much space
Are you good enough
Worth a little love?
Are you enough?
Kneel and bow
You just give yourself away
And swallow down
The tiny sounds
Of what you had to say

Are you smart enough
Worth a little love?
Are you enough?

You learned early on that
You were somehow flawed
The reason that he went away
If anything went wrong
You made the blame your own
And paid....

Burdened by
The weight of past mistakes
You paint the lie
With masks you buy
That make up for a fake

Facing shame
You quickly turn away
Reflections in
The window's pane
Haves nothing kind to say
Do you rate enough?
Rate a little love?
Are you enough?

I don't know who told you
You were never born to
Be the one that anyone needs
Just the way you are has
Always been enough
For me

You deserve
So much more
Than you take
To stand up proud
And sing out loud
Believe me when i say
That you're good enough
Worthy of all my love
Yes you're enough.....

Song Length
4:17
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Folk - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Moving, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Judgement, Loneliness


Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Carolyn Victoria Mill, Reid Jamieson
Music Credits Reid Jamieson
Producer Credits Kieran Kennedy
Publisher Credits Reid Jamieson Music
Performance Credits Reid Jamieson
Label Credits Independent