Rin Vinson

Rin Vinson

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Rock - General | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 557   
Member Since: 2016
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Song Description

Part Time Heart Ache is an uptempo song about a past relationship that creeps up, typically, when you might be having some drinks and reflecting on life. It could be a romantic relationship or a lost friend or family member. The influences on the song are Tom Petty, Dwight Yoakam, and Lucinda Williams. Rin Vinson-drums and all guitars, Jake Lawson-bass, The Reverend Oliver Wells-Hammond Organ, and Ms. Tasha Larae on backing vocals.

Lyrics

I've been thinking about you again
Cause I've been drinking and thinking about what might have been
Light another cigarette, no I ain't there yet.
I'm getting ready to embrace this one regret.

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You're my part time heart ache (No benefits)
You're my part time heart ache (4 hour shift)
You're my part time heart ache (A couple of nights per week)
You're my part time heart ache (You help me make ends meet)

The autumn leaves take me back in time.
To that lonesome stretch of highway where we would ride.
The memories grow thin...then that song plays again.
Stirring thoughts of you...will it ever end?

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I thought we were holding the keys to open the world.
But it wasn't meant to be (Did we throw it all away?)
No it wasn't meant to be (Was there nothing more to say?)

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Song Length
4:15
Genres
Country - Rock, Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Regret

Similar Artist
Tom Petty, Dwight Yoakam, Lucinda Williams
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Rin Vinson and Jeb Baldwin
Music Credits Rin Vinson
Producer Credits Rin Vinson
Publisher Credits Hunj50 Music
Performance Credits Rin Vinson