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

Housewife e-mails her suicide note

Lyrics

verse 1:
Four endless days, she stayed awake
wondering how to escape
a life that wasn't hers anymore
How could things have turned out this way?
It's always wrong, she doesn't belong
What is life if she's not alive?
She's clinging to a hope, dangling from a rope
She just wants to know why

pre-chorus:
She e -mailed her suicide note
And in her confession she told them all
She wrote:

chorus:
It only hurts sometimes, she wrote
It only hurts sometimes, but sometimes it lasts too long
Too long

verse 2:
Four wasted years, and countless cried tears,
she tried to rewrite
a story that wasn't hers anymore
a LIFETIME movie on late at night
She knows, she's got to go
There can be no other way
She's picking out a dress, wants to look her best
When she finds her freedom day

pre-chorus

chorus

bridge
Go put the kids to bed
And take those curlers off your head
Fix your man another drink
And dry those dishes by the sink
Leave a framed photo near by
So the neighbors find you in better time
And wonder, why?
And wonder why?

chorus


Song Length
4:38
Genres
Pop - Rock, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

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