Teri Feaser

Portrait

Credits
Lyric Credits: Teri Norton Feaser
Music Credits: Luciano Martella
Producer Credits: Luciano Martella
Publisher Credits:
Performance Credits: Teri Norton Feaser Luciano Martella
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Description
Short Song Description:
Long Song Description:
Story Behind the Song:
Regrets
Metadata
Song Length: 4:26
Primary Genre: Spoken Word-Experimental
Secondary Genre: Unique-Avant garde
Tempo / Feel: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Female Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Failure
Subject Matter 2: Regret
Mood 1: Depressing
Mood 2: Gloomy
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later
Lyrics
Everyone has moments
they wish they could forget
wish that they could change
instead of living with regret
turning left instead of right
choices made foundations laid
choosing blindness over light
learning too late they mark your life

Sometimes I can't let it go sometimes I runaway
Back and forth between the two
I'd like to go and I'd like to stay anyway

Looking at my portrait looking back at me
Knowing I was wondering what these eyes have seen
Knowing someday these eyes would someday look back at me
these eyes in total wisdom know what I should have been
could have been
would have been

Sometimes I can't let it go sometimes I runaway
Back and forth between the two
I'd like to go and I'd like to stay anyway

Even though the time goes fast
I can't out run the past
I can't hide from memories
Or dreams that didn't last
Things are said and done
People who have come and gone
Happy days and crying eyes
So many different winds have blown

I go riding down the highway
for a chance to clear my mind
Just 800 miles to nowhere 5 AM with time to spare
I'm driving through the sunrise
Driving on to into the night
Sure feels good to get away it's good to go
and leave myself alone

if I could I'd drop myself off
800 miles from nowhere
on a road beside the tracks
drive off into the sunset
& never look back
never look back
never look back
instead of Looking at my portrait looking back at me
Knowing I was wondering what these eyes have seen
Knowing someday these eyes would someday look back at me
these eyes in total wisdom know what I should have been
what I could have been
what I would have been