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:

19

Song Description

Song about a man's regret for breaking his girl's heart

Story Behind the Song

Just wanted to write a song to show guys that there is regret when you play around and hurt a girl

Lyrics

I want to tell you how I feel inside
I know I never should have lied
It's not like me to play these games
I wish I could change what happened that day
I should have known what my actions would do
There?s no excuse what I put you through
I really can't blame you for walkin? out on me
Now my whole world seems empty without you baby


CHORUS : I didn't know that bein? a playa
Would make me lose what I got
I wish I would of known the consequences
So that I would have stopped
Now I've got to learn from my mistake
And prove myself again to you
My story is a perfect example of what not to do

Baby where do we go from here
I want to show you that I really care
Can I just take you out somewhere tonight
So I can tell you I am sorry
And start to make things right
All I?m askin? for is more try
I promise you I?ll never make you cry
I hope you know my words are true
Now all I can do is wait for you to decide what you want to do


- CHORUS -


BRIDGE : I was a fool to get caught up in the game
Oh baby, there isn't a day that goes by
Where I dont re-live this pain


- CHORUS-



Written by: Robert P. Daltry, Jr. Copyright 2005

Song Length
4:08
Genres
Pop - General, Pop - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Engaging, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Making Up, Regret

Similar Artists
Babyface, 'N Sync
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Bobby Daltry
Music Credits Bobby Daltry
Producer Credits Bobby Daltry/ Rick Chudacoff