Reid Jamieson

Reid Jamieson

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Pop - Alternative | Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 7/22/2020
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Song Description

Written as a tongue-in-cheek homage to the Stanley Cup, this twang-filled tune tells the tale of long standing wishes granted, and/or grace in defeat.

Story Behind the Song

Written as a tongue-in-cheek homage to the Stanley Cup, this twang-filled tune tells the tale of long standing wishes granted, and/or grace in defeat. Featuring the tasty talents of Steve Dawson on Banjo and slide guitar.

Broadjam Member Reviews

Clever, sweetly humorous, really nice rhythm, good rhymes. Very pleasant listening, catchy melody - I'm still humming it. I like it very much.

    - Birthe Noer Myers
Lyrics

THIS COULD BE THE YEAR

I've got a feeling,
this could be the year
I'm gonna get what I wish for
I've been good so long

I've got a feeling
this could be the year
I'm gonna get what I wish for
I've been good so long

and if I've got it wrong
there's always next year
I'll be strong
till you come home
where you belong

It's coming nearer
and this could be the year
we all get what we long for
this feeling can't be wrong

let's raise a cheer for
making this the year
we all get what we need lord
we've been waiting so long

and if we get it wrong
there's always
next year
we'll stay strong
till we get home
where we belong

winters come and winters go
high hopes melting
with the snow
I find myself just wishing though
for you and me, you never know

I've got a feeling
this could be the year
I'm gonna get what I wish for
I've been good so long

let's raise a cheer for
making this the year
we all get what we need lord
we've been waiting so long

Song Length
2:56
Genres
Unique - Holiday, Country - Americana
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Cheerful, Charming

Subject Matter
Hope, Hope

Similar Artists
Brad Paisley, Keith Urban
Language
English

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