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Make a Stand - Doug Gallob
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|Genre||Description||Themes, Moods, Comments||Additional Info|
|Country||ROUGH DEMO - A song about love and commitment and one night stands.||sweet, love, commitment||
(verse:) She was working in a diner by the railroad tracks She almost didnt notice when he came in He lingered a lot longer than the other diners He drank too much coffee, cause she poured it with a grin. The place was closing down. They were the only two left. He was working up his courage. He was headed to the door. It was stumbled more than spoken, Can I be with you tonight? She smiled a little sigh. Shed been down this road before (chorus:) I dont want another one hit wonder Dont need another flash in the pan. Youre gonna need more than 15 minutes of fame Youre gonna need more than one night to make a stand. (verse) From October through September, he never missed a day He memorized the menu. She memorized his face. She smiled far more often. So did he. His face was feeling flushed as he went down on his knee (chorus:) I dont wanna be a one hit wonder Dont wanna be a flash in the pan. Im gonna need more than 15 minutes of fame Im gonna need more than one night to make a stand. (bridge) Well, they mostly fell on good times, with just a taste of bad Shes no longer at the diner and he kicked his cup of joe But whenever things get tricky, he just turns to her and smiles Remember what I told you, 60 years ago: (chorus)
Guitar, Vocals: Doug Gallob
I was messing around with the notion of a "one hit wonder" when I realized that this wanted to be a love song.
-- Doug Gallob