William Stenner

William Stenner

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Total Song Plays: 11   
Member Since: 2007
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Song Description

This song is about surviving in rough times. Everytime you seem to be getting ahead, something else comes up and trys to take away your hope, which may be all that you have left.

Story Behind the Song

I wrote this song a while back. My Mom and Brother were living in the Mojave Desert in a trailer. Every now and then I would take them food. I was hoping that in the process of writing this song I could use funds to help get them into a decent apartment and back on their feet.

Lyrics

We Are Incomplete

Words and music by William Stenner (c) 2007
Procuced by Marty Rifkin
Recorded at Rifkin Productions, Santa Monica, Ca

You Stand up against the wall
Your hit with a ball of shame
You hang your head low and cry
Your sick of this dodging game

Thats the way that we take it
It's ok 'cause we'll make it
Even if we feel incomplete

We are (we are) we are Incomplete
We are (we are) we are Incomplete

The Situation won't pass
The bills are comin' way too fast
Your boss has called you into the office
To let you go

Thats the way that we take it
It's ok 'cause we'll make it
Even if we feel incomplete

We are (we are) we are Incomplete
We are (we are) we are Incomplete

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We are (we are) we are Incomplete
We are (we are) we are Incomplete

Song Length
1:00
Genres
Pop - Rock, Country - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Gracious, Passive

Subject Matter
Hope, Will

Similar Artists
Bryan Adams, Tom Petty
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits William Stenner
Music Credits William Stenner, Marty Rifkin
Producer Credits Marty Rifkin
Publisher Credits N/A
Performance Credits William Stenner, Marty Rifkin
Label Credits N/A/