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SHEILA - (by Sean McCabe)  Year: 2006
Sean McCabe 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, Male Vocals, Country, Country Two-Step
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Country, Country Two-Step  
213285 3:00 Medium 115   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Sheila
Catalog ID: 213285  ISRC: US5UL0668779
Description: 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

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Country/Country-Two-Step/Sheila/213285

Artist or Group: Sean McCabe

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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

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Country Music
       Country Two-Step
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:00   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 115
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drum Kit, Bass, Folk Fiddle, Mandolin, Vocals
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Album: whatever makes you tick
Moods: Accepting, Bittersweet, Bouncy, Campy, Cheeky, Dancing, Dreamy, Earthy, Friendly, Heartbroken, Longing, Melancholic, Nostalgic, Playful, Quirky, Regretful, Romantic, Sentimental, Warm

Styles: Dance / Square Dance, Documentary, Film Vocal, Infomercial, Phone On-Hold, Romantic Drama, Saint Patrick's Day, Sidewalk Café, Soap Opera, TV Vocal

Regions: Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, Wales

Lyrical Topics: Desire, Heartache, History, Loss / Losing, Fate

Lyrics


Sheila

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
(ch)

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

(ch)

Bridge:
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

(ch)
Extended Keywords: lonely Dublin streets Celtic Guinness St Patrick's Day looking back sentimental warm bittersweet if only Irish whiskey Irish pub St James Gate Dublin bus stalking in love infatuated college kids femme fatale Irish lovers Paris hotel turning back the years fatalistic reliving the past haunting soundtrack phone on hold boulevard of broken dreams movie

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