Sean McCabe
By: Sean McCabe
Catalog ID: 213285   Duration: 3:00   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 115   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Country Music | Country Two-Step
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Irish two step love song expressing regret over not making his move: driving fiddle and mandolin give tune a lovely Celtic country feel. Perfect for romantic drama about a 'Sheila'. Perfect for a 'where are you now' documentary TV show. Perfect for lead in to any TV show about re-uniting old friends   Keywords: wistful country track in which a guy looks back and wonders what happened to a girl he used to know: Irish country sad funny nostalgia where are you now

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Long Description: Sheila, Country Music, Country Two-Step, flash music loops, music for film and production music

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Are you working in the civil service
Or teaching in a school
Do you take the number 66
Which I followed like a fool
Down abbey street each night at eleven
You were just too cool
Always playing hard to get
I regret the day we met 

(ch) still I wonder where are you now Sheila

Maybe you met a nice guy
Who takes good care of you
Never tells you what to do
He would never cheat it's true
Who maybe works in a bank
Oh if only I had the courage to try
I wouldn't be so bitter now
We never really said goodbye

I guess I found my way you found yours
In a room in paris we came so close
Then the next day you were gone
I'll never see you again I suppose
Unless we meet on a bus or a train
A nice big smile to see you again
And the baby cried I examine your face
I ask for your number but then then I wonder


O what's the point there is no point
In turning back the years
What's done is done Amen
If I could only kiss you one more time
Maybe you could be mine again again again I wonder

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