Rosemary Gates

Rosemary Gates

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Rock - Modern | Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States
Total Song Plays: 815   
Member Since: 2007
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Song Description

A young person's reflection of an older life.

Story Behind the Song

Jason was bowling one night and saw a could of seniors there, bowling and having a good time. Together they were sharing stories of the old days. This song is a reflection of Jaosn's observations.

Lyrics

Tonight

(verse)
He wipes his brow on the years they dry away
And I ask where are we now?
I did not listen to his words of wisdom
His actions were too loud

(verse)
He wipes his brow on the years they dry away
And I ask where are we now?
I did not listen to his words of wisdom
His actions were too loud, yeah

(chorus)
Oh and tonight we fight our own
Oh and tonight we fight our own
Oh and tonight we fight our own
One finger can?t pick up a pebble
We just cast the stone
Tonight half this city?s overgrown

(verse)
Eight million stories hit the wall
And we have learned to take the fall
There?s a time for crying, there?s a time for dying
But there?s no time for it all

(chorus)
And tonight we fight our own
And tonight we fight our own
Well and tonight we fight our own
One finger can?t pick up a pebble
We just cast the stone
Tonight half this city?s overgrown

(solo)

(chorus)
Yeah? oh and tonight we fight our own
Oh and tonight we fight our own
Oh and tonight we fight our own
One finger can?t pick up a pebble
We just cast the stone
Tonight half this city?s overgrown (2x)

Song Length
5:25
Genres
Pop - Rock, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Moving, Serene

Subject Matter
Age, Aging, Midnight, Night

Similar Artists
Matchbox Twenty, Jars Of Clay
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Jason Sheets
Music Credits Jason Sheets
Producer Credits Michael Archbold / Christian Schult
Performance Credits Rosemary Gates
Label Credits 2000 King James Records