Phil Fox

Phil Fox

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Pop - Rock | Myrtle BEach, South Carolina, United States
Total Song Plays: 68   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

Moderate tempo rock with a touch of latin in the acoustic guitar licks

Story Behind the Song

This is a song bout the thorny issue of love and trust among the children of divorce.

Lyrics

Here's a song I wrote about us
Back when we were only friends
When you love among the damaged
Never know where it will end

But I 'd held my silence once too often
To settle for a lesser destiny
If I'm one more nail inside your coffin
I guess that's just the way it's gonna be

I remember back in Charleston
Wondering where you'd draw the line
Guess I never really thought you
Might respond to me in kind

But I'd held my silence once too often
To stumble on our insecurities
If you're one more nail inside my coffin
I guess that's just the way it's gonna be

Your mam's friend
He's back again
But all her love she sends .......

Here's a song I wrote about us
Not exactly what I planned
Guess it's hard to send a Hallmark
In the culture of the damned

But I guess I don't know how to soften
The strain upon our instabilities
If you're one more nail inside my coffin
I guess we're gonna have to wait .....
Have to wait
Have to wait and see

Song Length
3:06
Genres
Rock - General, Rock - Modern
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Philip James Fox
Music Credits Philip James Fox
Producer Credits Scott Watkins
Publisher Credits Philip James Fox
Performance Credits Philip James Fox