Shane Schmid
COMMON SENSE
By: Shane Schmid
Catalog ID: 243800   Duration: 3:15   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 75   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Indie Rock Music | Alternative Rock
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Rock alternative male vocal, concerning dysfunctional love/relationships. Medium tempo with a troubled/disconcerted mood.   Keywords: Rock,Alternative,Male Vocal,Love,Relationships,Troubled,Dysfunctional,Disconcerted



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Lyrics:
Common Sense

Verse 1
She left me with a photograph and a note by the door.
Said you’re a good friend to me
I want nothing more
Things got complicated, I waited way too long
Write to me this summer
Write to while I’m gone.

Chorus:
Common sense waved goodbye to me
Wisdom left me in the past
I sat down try to reason out
Why something’s they don’t last

Verse 2
Week or two later
Thought I saw you in a passing car
Tell me why my regrets should run so deep, should run so far
Borders obsession, the blame is not all mine
You led me on
Can’t I just close my eyes and will this bitter memory gone

Chorus

They don’t last, No
And the time goes by
Still I hold on why?
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