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

Gay guy gets married to a woman

Lyrics

verse 1:
I hope you're all alone
Says a voice on the phone
But it doesn't sound like you at all
You whisper really low
Hoping she doesn't know
I knew sooner or later you would fall

pre-chorus:
So you wanna go out tonight
Should I bring your high heel shoes?
Maybe they'd still fit the brand new you

chorus:
Jerry got married
I can't believe it's true
Jerry it's not the same since you found her
And I lost you
And you know what they say about people like you

verse 2:
I bet she's never guess
That you liked Judy Garland best
But it doesn't sound like you at all
You were hoping and she prayed
You'd find happiness the other way
But I knew sooner or later you would call

pre-chorus:
So you wanna go out tonight
It's something you need to do
You're feet are tired of walking in
somebody else's shoes

chorus

bridge:
Well, your shoes may have changed
But your feet remain the same
And you've "hung up your dress"
It's what you miss, come on confess
Why are you calling me tonight?
Asking if it's not too late...
If it's not too late...
If it's not too late...

chorus

Song Length
4:26
Genres
Pop - Rock, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

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