Rick Kennedy

Rick Kennedy

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Folk - Rock | Berlin, Maryland, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,179   
Member Since: 2007
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Plays:

270

Song Description

Analysis of breakup of marriage and band followed by pleading and remorse

Story Behind the Song

Train went through Wolcott Colorado every hour haunting the author as he realized that the important elements of his life were slipping through his fingertips and he was losing things he didn't want to lose.

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Lyrics

Beggar at Your Door

When I first came as a friend with no more than help to lend
You thought everything we did was really fine
We?d spend time at rhyme and verse
Never mattered who was first
There was nothing that we could not do in time

And it seemed when we began to realize what we can
The path we?d chosen didn?t have a heart
So we struggled with our lives
Our hearts choked with pride
And in the end the battle carried us apart

Chorus
But don?t leave me like a beggar at your door
I?m so sorry that I couldn?t give you more
Don?t leave me like a beggar at your door
Cause every time I hear the train I go riding down again

Now I know you well my love, you?re the stuff dreams are made of
You know I couldn?t love you any more
But when fate will take its course
You would leave me here of course
Crying like a beggar at your door

Chorus
But don?t leave me like a beggar at your door
I?m just sorry that I couldn?t give you more
Don?t leave me like a beggar at your door
Cause every time I hear the train I go riding down again
And every time I hear the train I go riding down again
I?m down again

Song Length
2:59
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Country - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Duet Male
Moods
Moving, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Unrequited Love

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Rick Kennedy
Music Credits Rick Kennedy
Producer Credits Rick Kennedy
Publisher Credits Rick Kennedy Ranger Music
Performance Credits Rick Kennedy
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