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Larry Killam
.Posted in So Good To See You
So Good To See You It's been such a long long time. So how have you been doing my friend. So good to see you. So good to see you again. What have you been doing with yourself. Why do uou care after all these years. So good to see you. So good to see you again. Ain't there times you wish you could forget. All those years were a waste of time. And how is the wife these years and is she doing well. Oh that's so strange after all these years. So many loney days and nights. Do you still see the city lights. So good to see you. So good to see you again. You say you never see them anymore. Forever seems to be too long. So good to see you. So good to see you again. So when you run into them again say hi for me. Oh yes it's has been way too long. Do you seem to be losing your sanity. Oh me too my friend. So good to see you. So good to see you again. Do you say it's become a castastrophe. It doesn't have to be that way. All these year where have they gone. If we could only dream it away. So good to see you. So good to see you again. So when the days have settled down. We might be able to see the light. Shinging through the tunnel. Better days ahead my friend. So good to see you. So good to see you again It's been good to see you It's been good to see you again Take care my friend So take care my friend. © 2018 Larry Gordon Killam (SOCAN)
Eddie Minyard
.Posted in So Good To See You
Larry - this has potential - but you should try to organize the lyric in such a way as to show the verses and chorus more clearly. It appears to be a dialogue between two old friends, but it's hard to discern that, they way that it's currently formatted.
Debbie Garay
.Posted in So Good To See You
I agree with Eddie. There is a bit of a blur between verse and chorus. I do hear something in my head with 2 people singing practically on top of each other, in a round sort of fashion.
Larry Killam
.Posted in So Good To See You
Thanks Eddie & Debbie.You know me Eddie I seem to leave4 Dat up to my co-writers to Decifer.Maybe I''l try to break it down later my friend Thank you both for giving it a look at.
Dale Crockett
.Posted in So Good To See You
I get your idea here, Larry - and I like it, but like Eddie and Debbie, I found myself trying to sort out a bit where the verse ends and the chorus begins. One line that stood out to me was "why do you care after all these years?" To me, that line didn't make much sense. I wondered about WHAT the person still cared about. I think a few lines that tell a short "backstory" would be helpful as well - to let the listener know who this person is and maybe where and how you connected with them again. Just my two cents.