WILLIAM SCHRUL / SUB-URBAN ADDICTION

WILLIAM SCHRUL / SUB-URBAN ADDICTION

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Pop - Rock | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 2   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Life continues after death

Lyrics

verse 1:
If I could take you anywhere
I'd plant you in the ground
And you'd grow into a tree that I could climb
And I would say
How good it feels to hold you again
And swing from your strong limbs
And be sheltered from the thunder and the rain

pre-chorus:
I toss a handful of you to the wind
And you blow back into my eyes
I'm blinded but I can see
That's it's gonna be alright

chorus:
Alright
It's gonna be alright

verse 2:
I see you in everything
You're in the air that I breathe
You're the flower that lovers keep upon the shelf
And you're the sun shining down your warmth on me
And you're the sand that covers the beach
And even waves can never erode your love away

pre-chorus

chorus

bridge:
I have learned
I have learned
I have learned
Sometimes you've gotta just let go
I have learned
I have learned
I have learned
Sometimes you've gotta just let go

chorus

Song Length
4:34
Genre
Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

Lyric Credits William Schrul
Music Credits William Schrul and Billy Bures
Producer Credits Billy Bures and William Schrul