• Artist: Sergio Ortega
  • Title: So Long Now
  • Genre: Rock - Roots Rock, Country - Contemporary/Pop, Pop - Adult Contemporary
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/18/2011
  • Lyric themes: Anger Hatred, Frustration, Breaking Up Saying Goodbye, Lies Deception, Moving On Letting Go
  • Lyrics: I can believe what I see Could this be what I predicted? Showing all the world to see Why would I expect any different? I’m a little mad. I’m not surprised. And I won’t say it doesn’t hurt a little I saw the way he looked at you When we were together So long now, girl Good luck to you and the one you called your brother Was like being slapped across the face A thousand times when you were with him I wasn’t wrong. I was right. I’ve gotta say truth hurts sometimes I used to feel like such a fool I knew I wasn’t crazy. Makes me wonder what we had Now it looks like we were time to pass. So long now, girlGood luck to you and the one you called your brother You always knew how to push me You could be so ugly You always kept my head spinning Then I’d fall apart then you’d get your way Always the hard way I know you’re lonely…but This is no way to show me How much you loved me Stoic but not feeling fine I’m human and I’m prone to anger Finding things to comfort me At the moment it’s comfort in a bottle Not gonna let this get to me Knock me down to my knees In spite of all this damage done I’ll live on and I’ll be happy So long now, girl Goodbye to you and the one you called your brother
  • Keywords: Bass, Desire, Nashville, Organic

About Sergio Ortega

Sergio Ortega

Brooklyn , NY United States

The story of Sergio Ortega’s debut album “Long Way From Anywhere” is a classic one. Hailing from the Midwest. Learning to play guitar while poring over records by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Warren Haynes, Danny Gatton, Hendrix, Clapton. Ortega immersed himself even more attending the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

A move to New York City continued the dream, and those guitar skills served him well on the road with artists such as Lesley Roy (Jive ...

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