• Artist: Shawn Pander
  • Title: One More Chance
  • Genre: Pop - Adult Contemporary
  • Mood: Sentimental/Ballad
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/1/0001
  • Lyric themes: Reminiscing, Missing a Loved One, Sentimental, Regret, Loneliness, Reconciliation 2nd Chances
  • Lyric hook: one more chance to say I'm sorry, give one more chance and I will always be the way I was not what I have become, one more chance to prove I mean it give me one more chance and you will see that it's a miracle the way I love you
  • Lyrics: Another day comes and goes reminded me the crazy ways that I need you I don’t know my place without you don’t you feel so alone Starring at the broken door remembering the time we brought our new couch thru Because of those times I miss you I wish you’d come back home I’m afraid I didn’t say I love the way your lip curls 10 more days but I could wait a thousand more For one more chance to say I’m sorry Give me one more chance and I will always be the way I was not what I’ve become One more chance to prove I mean it Give me one more chance and you will see that it’s a miracle the way that I love you Sittin on the kitchen floor and sippin champagne the first time I kissed you I thought my God I’ll miss you if you ever go away I know I made a big mistake I know I let you slip away what did I do I close my eyes to see you I’m so blue everyday I’m afraid I didn’t say I love the way your lip curls 10 more days but I could wait a thousand more chorus
  • Keywords: Ballad, Bass, Desire, Organic
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Shawn Pander

Shawn Pander

Los Angeles, CA United States

BIO
Shawn Pander is releasing his latest album, "Memories for Sale," in July of 2006. This album allows listeners to see the diverse yet soulful sides of this emerging artist. "I write songs about real life and I think that's why people connect to what I sing about," says Pander. After moving to Los Angeles in September 2004, Pander gained national recognition from his first appearance on the Dr. Phil Show. The segment entitled, "Real Talent," ...

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