Robert P. Daltry Jr.

Robert P. Daltry Jr.

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Beaverton, Oregon, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,029   
Member Since: 2004
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Plays:

299

Song Description

woman attitude song about a confrontation with her man's ex

Story Behind the Song

Song was inspired by when me and my fiance ran into his ex-girlfriend at the store one day

Lyrics

Why'd you come around to our part of town
I knew sooner or later you'd show your face
A blast from the past but it didn't last
Now you want to know whyou were replaced

Open your eyes and listen to me
There are some things you just need to see

Chorus 1: You never listened to him when he talked
You broke his stride now he's able to walk
I give him love you only gave him cheatin'
I treat him girl girl you better be believing'
You never saw what a true gift you had
He saw right through you and for that I am glad
You had your chance but ran out of time
That's why your man is all mine

You did him wrong it's the same old song
Now your'e here telling me it's not true
After tear-filled eyes and angry goodbyes
He moved on it's true and so now must you

Open your eyes and listen to me
There's a few more thing you need to see

Chorus 2: You never cared about his dreams but I do
I make him smile again when he's feeling blue
I stand up for him the way a woman should
I bring him the peace you never could
You walked away now I'm here to stay
Just save your whining for another day
You were cold, cruel, and so unkind
That's why your man is all mine

Copyright 2003 Robbyn M. Greene


Song Length
2:48
Genres
Country - Traditional, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Troubled, Nervous

Similar Artists
Shania Twain, Trisha Yearwood
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Robbyn M. Greene/ Bobby Daltry
Music Credits Robbyn M. Greene/ Bobby Daltry