Ronnie Hock

Ronnie Hock

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Pop - Rock | Muskegon, Michigan, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,731   
Member Since: 2005
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804

Song Description

A reflection on dealing with my wife's battle with cancer and the uncertainty

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Lyrics

It's Somebody's Birthday


Words & Music
Ronnie Hock BMI
?2010


Sometimes you feel like just pulling the shade,
and shutting the world outside
But it's a beautiful day, not a cloud in the sky,
open the door, let it in

Every day's a new beginning
Life is for the living

Come celebrate, take a holiday
You can have your cake
It's somebody's birthday
Don't give it up, life is short enough
There's so much to love
Every day's a birthday

Step this way the band is playin'
There's a place for you in the sun
Just free your mind, and leave all your worries behind,
and you'll find that's it's here, in the moment

Don't know about tomorrow
Free your soul,
your heart will follow

Come celebrate, take a holiday
You can have your cake
It's somebody's birthday
Don't give it up, life is short enough
There's so much to love
Every day's a birthday

Every day's a birthday
A reason to celebrate

Don't know about tomorrow
Free your soul,
your heart will follow

Come celebrate, take a holiday
You can have your cake
It's somebody's birthday
Don't give it up, life is short enough
There's so much to love
Every day's a birthday

Song Length
4:06
Genres
Pop - General, Unique - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Joyful, Content

Subject Matter
Philosophy, Joy

Similar Artists
Paul Mccartney, The Bee Gees
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ronnie Hock
Music Credits Ronnie Hock
Producer Credits Robert Reister
Performance Credits Ronnie Hock and Denis Smith