Tim Sharp

Tim Sharp

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Country - General | Magnolia, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,250   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 4/3/2021

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16

Song Description

This is a song about the emotions of losing a best buddy who I was in contact with all the time. My sounding board for so many things. The references to the phone are literally what keeps happening. I wait for a phone call, I start to make a phone call or text him, etc. 44 years and not it's relegated to memories. RIP Buddy

Story Behind the Song

Lost my best friend of 44 years and this was written for him.

Lyrics

You Called Me Brother (Anthony's song)
Tim Sharp/Bryan Harkness ©2020


Verse 1

The sun has lost it's will to shine
As the darkness laughs and sings
Since you went away with no goodbye
Not a word, not a note, not one thing

Chorus

You always called me brother and it felt the same to me
We came from different mothers, but we're damn sure family
I started calling Jesus when you quit answering
I keep on waiting for my phone to ring
Cause this don't feel right to me

Verse 2

The moon can't find a starry sky
And the wind can't fill no sails
I can't forget day your candle died
You left me all alone, and you're gone, and it feels like Hell

CHORUS

BRIDGE

No more best friends growing old
No more stories to be told
You left me here - for streets of gold

ALT CHORUS
You always called me brother and it felt the same to me
We came from different mothers, but we're damn sure family
I started calling Jesus but He will not answer me
I'm stuck here in this nightmare of a dream...
I keep waiting for my phone to ring....
It just don't feel right to me
It don't feel right to me
It just don't feel right to me

Song Length
4:06
Genres
Country - Americana, Country - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Moving

Subject Matter
Sorrow, Friend

Similar Artist
Chris Stapelton
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Tim Sharp
Music Credits Bryan Harkness
Producer Credits Bryan Harkness
Publisher Credits Tim Sharp (Hard 8 Publishing)
Performance Credits Bryan Harkenss