Roger Lehman
By: Roger Lehman
Catalog ID: 353336   Duration: 3:49   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 150   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Singer/Songwriter | Folk Singer-Songwriter
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A light and confident acoustic guitar instrumental with a dark, depressed male vocal. This is a song about how the the shock and trauma of losing someone very close to you can leave you so grief-stricken that time almost seems to stop and/or even move backwards.   Keywords: Grief Shock Trauma Sadness Sad Breezy Confident Heartache Depressing

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Time Warp (by Roger Lehman)

I guess it’s been over a month, but it seems like yesterday,
Been stuck in a strange sort of time warp, since she passed away,
Time has stopped moving forward, and instead moves from side to side,
I want to vomit all my cotton candy; I’ve been made sick from this carnival ride,

Must’ve filled the gas tank a dozen times, but I really can’t remember,
Was it ten years ago or just yesterday, that terrible day in September?
The sun was actually shinning that day, but the sun was no longer warm,
It was the coldest damn seventy degrees ever, when my heart from its chest was torn,

Food no longer tastes the same, can’t tell the salt from the jelly,
I manage to laugh every once in a while, but it no longer comes from my belly,
This wit that used to be so sharp, has now become rusty and dull,
Just when I thought I knew everything, I discovered I knew nothing at all,

There must be a way to continue, there must be a way to survive,
I’ll have to learn how to live all over again, in this new place where she’s not alive,
I’ll need to be supported, so reach down and take my hand,
And now that you’ve taught me sorrow, I could use a break before you teach me again.

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