The Browns

First song from my demo CD Daniel Boone’s Fault. It’s called The Browns

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Here is the Lyric:

Mr. Brown lives with his wife
in a bungalow he restored
with money he saved
in the good times before the Gulf Wars

He believes that working hard
and staying out of debt
are all the tools he needs
to achieve his life long dreams

Mr. Brown prides himself
in his modest means and health
he harbors no ambition
to improve or better himself

He’s satisfied with life
his is a well managed existence
if you don’t believe that’s true
just go and ask his wife

Chorus
Meet me at the overlook
on the outskirts of town
troubled city shining up
quiet lovers gazing down

If you put away your ring
I’ll hide my frown
meet me at the overlook
sad Mrs. Brown

Verse
Mr. Brown prides himself
in his modest means and health
he harbors no ambition
to improve or better himself

He’s satisfied with life
he has a pretty wife
and though sometimes she’s blue
he believes she’s happy too

Chorus
Meet me at the overlook
on the outskirts of town
troubled city shining up
quiet lovers gazing down

If you cannot leave your man
I can’t stick around
just forget the overlook
and remain sad Mrs. Brown

copyright 2009 Daniel Heila
Published by Indestructible Beat of Podunk Press ASCAP

About DHeila

I am a copy editor at Best Ever Edit (please visit my page at BestEverEdit.com) and a songwriter/composer. My creative efforts are chronicled (sporadically) at SlowdunkExpress.com.
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