Simon PC Frost

Simon PC Frost

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Jazz - Contemporary | Mesa, Arizona, United States
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Member Since: 2011
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Song Description

A travelling rodeo cowboy has spent too long away from home, and now in Tulsa OK, is counting his blessings and regrets and recounting them to his wife. Vocals: The GQ Sax: Elliot Ventimiglia

Story Behind the Song

Picture a dude sitting in his truck, singing to the picture of his wife on the dash, missing her just too much, and getting ready to quit the rodeo life and go home to her and his children.

Lyrics

Verse1:
I'd trade this damned old rodeo...
and all my winning rides
It don't mean a thing to me...
if I don't take first prize
Ya know I want what's best for us...
baby that's the truth
Missin' you for too long...
and honey I got proof

Verse2:
Please forgive me darlin'...
if I worry over you
You're the apple of my eye...
our kids are priceless, too
You've got me actin' like a fool..
just say.. you'll never go
The thought of ever losin' you...
has got me hurtin' so...

Chorus:
Now it's sunny here in Tulsa,
but it's rainin' in my heart
You know I really love you...
and, yes, I went too far
You're a special woman...
and it hurts to be apart
When it's sunny here in Tulsa......
and rainin' in my heart

Verse3:
The years have gone by fast enough...
to make a grown man cry
The ropes and reins, the aches and pains,
can't break the ties that bind
Oh.. the trails we been down...
the history we made
In rusty spurs and leather...
I'm callin' you today

Chorus:
Now it's sunny here in Tulsa,
but it's rainin' in my heart
You know I really love you...
and, yes, I went too far
You're a special woman...
and it hurts to be apart
When it's sunny here in Tulsa......
and rainin' in my heart

Bridge:
Season's over...
I'm comin' home now...
for the very last time
Darlin...I'm drivin' so fast
Darlin...Forgettin' the past
I'll never let you go...............

Verse - Instrumental:

Chorus:
Now it's sunny here in Tulsa,
no more rainin' in my heart
You know how much I love you...
and, yes, I went too far
You're a special woman...
and it hurts to be apart
When it's sunny here in Tulsa......
No more RAIN-in...
It's warm and sunny where you are ...
Now it's Sunny here in Tulsa...
And blue skies where you are.

Song Length
4:49
Genres
Country - Alternative, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Glad, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Long, City

Similar Artists
George Strait, Garth Brooks
Language
English

Lyric Credits George S Quebbeman
Music Credits Simon PC Frost
Producer Credits Simon PC Frost
Publisher Credits Cultural Desserts, Inc.
Performance Credits Simon PC Frost and George S Quebbeman
Label Credits Cultural Desserts