• Artist: Five Foot Nine
  • Title: One That Got Away
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Uncertainty Questioning, Love Lost, Obsession, Missing a Loved One
  • Lyric hook: The one that got away, don't think of him, don't think of him.
  • Lyrics: The one that got away; you thought of him the other day. The one who made you laugh. The one you didn’t photograph. Your wired child, who calls for miles. --The one that got away. Don’t’ think of him…don’t think of him But sometimes in the morning… It hits you without warning. A message on the coat rack The coat you never gave back. -Sometimes in the morning The one you’re with tonight; Presentable in any light. The one who walks your dog. The one who wants to pray to God. –Unlike… Your wired child. He prayed to style. --The one that got away. Don’t think of him. Don’t think of him Still sometimes in the morning It hits you without warning. A tapping at your window. Just branches where the wind blows. -Sometimes in the morning -Oh, what a blow; to come that close. You want to know. Did he come that close? -You’ll never know. –No, never! Still sometimes in the morning; Sometimes in the morning. It hits you without warning; It hits you without warning. A tapping at your window. A tapping at your window. Sometimes in the morning. -You think of him..you think of him…you think of him…
  • Keywords: rock, Bass, Guitar, Youth

About Five Foot Nine

Five Foot Nine

Chicago, IL United States

Five Foot Nine

Michael Hushel is the songwriter and front-man for the critically-acclaimed Chicago band
Five Foot Nine. Brimming with engaging melodies, and sharp, storytelling lyrics, Michael's buoyant compositions have gotten radio airplay at over 100 AAA and college radio stations around the country, and drawn praise from such websites and magazines as LostAtSea.net; TheFireNote.com; The Onion; Time Out Chicago and others.
There's unusual variety to the material as well, from the instantly-likeable contemporary pop-rock of the two ...

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