Tony DiPofi

Tony DiPofi

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Blues - Chicago | New Glarus, Wisconsin, United States
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Member Since: 2012
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Story Behind the Song

This is a song that addresses the Opioid crisis and the multitude of factions that it affects, including addiction, families, friends, and crime.

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Lyrics

PROBLEM TO THE SOLUTION

When - one
turns
Into a handful
When night turns into day
you can't stand anymore
But just can't give the stuff away

one more promise
Just one more resolution
That's when you know
you've got it
The problem to the solution

how it got this way
You can never be sure
Cuz you cant tell the difference
No can't tell the difference
Between
the problem and the cure

>>>

Then one morning
You tell yourself
I need a stronger constitution
Yes indeed man
you've got It
The problem to the solution

>>>

Lotta folks
Talkin
Laying down rules
Doctors- politicians
suits on the NEWS
And wise ass fools


Can't trust yourself
You're never sure
No

Can't tell the difference
between
The problem and the cure

Logic
Won't help you
prayers won't do you no good
You could but you cant
You should if you could

trade all your tomorrows
Just to get by today
the pain disappears for now
But that Jones
just
stays and stays

Can't trust yourself
You're never sure
can't tell difference
Between the problem and the cure


Lotta folks talkin
Layin down rules
doctors ,lawyers , politicians
and those money hungry fools


Doug Sies ASCAP - guitar /music comp
Tony DiPofi BMI - lyrics/vocals
12/17/2019 All Rights Reserved

Song Length
3:28
Genres
Rock - General, Blues - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Worried, Distressed

Subject Matter
Crime, Theft, Pain


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Tony DiPofi
Music Credits Doug Sies
Producer Credits Doug Sies
Performance Credits Tony DiPofi, Doug Sies, Mark Gilmore