Susan McKeown

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Rock - General | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,080   
Member Since: 2009
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Song Description

a girl is talking to her friends who's been depressed and afraid of taking on a new stage in her life. She tells her to open up and enjoy the sun out there, and that things are really quite ok out here in the big world. She eggs on her friend to step out

Lyrics

You wake in a cloud every morning
Ready to find somewhere to hide
Put on the news to thunderstorm warnings
Prepare for the worst you might find

You open your over-sized umbrella
Like mothering arms it keeps you safe
But watching your feet you can't tell that
There is no rain

(Chorus)
Step out of the shade, look at the day
Out here the weather's better
Now the sky comes into view

Step into the sun let go of the rung
You've been hanging onto
Then take hold of something new
You might find you

You say you are happy with your choices
You worked for years on your art
You found a direction and your own voice
So what are you hiding in your heart?

(Chorus)

(Bridge)
And you might like it better there
With the sun shining on your hair

(Chorus)

Song Length
3:45
Genres
Pop - Rock, Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Joyful, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Life, Friendship

Similar Artists
Melissa Etheridge, Lucinda Williams
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Amy Speace
Music Credits Amy Speace
Producer Credits James Mastro
Publisher Credits Speace Monster Music (BMI)
Performance Credits Amy Speace
Label Credits Wildflower Records