• Artist: Jesse Brewster
  • Title: Consider This
  • Genre: Folk, Country - Alternative, Pop - Adult Contemporary
  • Mood: Sentimental/Ballad
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), All Other
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/3/2013
  • Lyric themes: Courtship Dating, Falling in Love, Devotion, Longing, Happiness Joy
  • Lyrics: If you saw in me a dedication so honest and sincereCould you ever open up yourself and let go of all your fears?If I followed you everywhere like some poor lost lambWould you recognize my devotion, would you ever take my hand?I’m not asking for an answer, but won’t you please consider thisWhat you’ve seen is just a fraction of everything I have to giveThe reason I liveIf you awoke early one morning and saw me at your sideWould it raise all your defenses, make you go run and hide?Would you tremble if I touched you, ran my fingers through your hair?Could you blame me for my trying, blame me because I care?I’m not asking for an answer, but won’t you please consider thisWhat you’ve seen is just a fraction of everything I have to giveThe reason I live‘Cause I’ve never been so sure of something, just hope you can understandI’m not acting out of desperation but I stand here with my fate in your handsPlease say you canCan you imagine a joy and trust that knows no end?Do you believe it’s ever possible to fall in love with your best friend?I’m not asking for an answer, but won’t you please consider thisWhat you’ve seen is just a fraction of everything I have to giveThe reason I live
  • Keywords: simple, gentle, Ballad, Guitar, Desire, Organic

About Jesse Brewster

Jesse Brewster

San Rafael, CA United States

Live in San Francisco

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Jesse Brewster's sound fuses a Rock/Americana style he describes as "Tom Petty and Lynyrd Skynyrd get into a bar room brawl with Neil Young and John Mayer." Brewster's parents brewed his love for music at an early age. There was always something on the record player, be it Willie Nelson, The Stones or Bob Marley. At the age of 12 he started his first band with his brother Jim on drums ...

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