Song Info
Share URL of this page  
On The Verge of Walking Out On You
play hi-fiplay hi-fi     downloaddownload
Quick alternate country song. Title says it all. "Ive heard your crazy stories, known about your Lynn's and Lorie's..."
Author
Copyright
Album
Uploaded on
Genre
Daniel P. Raymer
2005
Raymer Brothers
Sun Dec 10, 2006
Acoustic : Acoustic Folk
Take charge
» add to my.soundclick
» rate this song
» comments (2)
» get single-song widget
 
Share on Facebook
A total of 1 users rated on average:   4.0 stars
Charts position
» highest in charts:   # 278   (151,592 songs currently listed in Acoustic)
» highest in sub-genre:   # 46   (20,142 songs currently listed in Acoustic > Acoustic Folk)
About the song
When do you leave? When is enough, enough? Fom the woman's point of view. This song was actually written for a songwriter's workshop at UCLA taught by Buddy Kaye, who wrote songs for Elvis and Sinatra and believe it or not, Fresh Prince (Will Smith). We had to write songs in different genres. Buddy liked it a lot, but other students in the class said the chord changes weren't "country" enough. I think they meant that it had more than three chords.
Lyrics
I've heard your crazy stories
known about your Lynn's and Lorie's
put up with your poker and your booze
Your forgive me's and I'm sorry's
While you're dating Mata Hari's
I'm telling you this time you're going to lose

Chorus:
I'm on the verge of walking out on you
I don't know why I stay
I'm on the verge of walking out on you
I think I'll leave today

Found you at the bar
With a woman in your car
Thought you said you'd never run around
From the way that you perspire
I know that you're a liar
You're making me the laughing stock of town

Chorus again:

Copyright C 2005 by D. Raymer. All Rights Reserved