‘No Camping’ lyrics, J.S.

So many thoughts I can’t get out of my head
Even though I know they’re wrong
So many things that I would like to say
But I just can’t talk that long
I just want to take your burden
But I know I’m not that strong
All I wanted was more
But I had it all along

So many words that I would like to say
But I just can’t say it right
Hold on to what lasts
I just can’t hold that tight

Don’t let go
Hold my hand tight
If I stay, you’ll go
At the end of the night
Don’t get me wrong
I want to leave too
But if I’m being honest the one thing keeping me here
Is you

So many reasons to believe
That this is just my reality
I never imagined we’d be this lost
But maybe that’s just me
Please just prove me wrong
Tell me that this is just a song
Repeating in my head
Over and over and over again

Don’t let go
Hold my hand tight
If I stay, you’ll go
At the end of the night
Don’t get me wrong
I want to leave too
But if I’m being honest the one thing keeping me here
Is you

The truth is you’ll prolly disagree
But I’d say you lack any consistency
There’s a film that keeps playing in my head
It’s a real of everything I wish I’d never said

Don’t let go
Hold my hand tight
If I stay, you’ll go
At the end of the night
Don’t get me wrong
I want to leave too
But if I’m being honest the one thing keeping me here
Is you

 

Writer’s memo

In this piece I’m pouring my heart out in an indirect way as to let the listener connect to it if they can. It’s most similar to an alternative genre of song. It starts off quick with an intermediate guitar riff then transitions into the first verse, then slowing down with the prechorus and chorus, then a pause to reintroduce the verse. After a repeat of the above, it takes a turn into the bridge. With one last chorus, the song ends with the same intro riff and finishes. I really enjoy this song because of its instrumental and because of what it means to me, and I just hope anyone who listens to it might be touched by it. I want to hear general feedback about what could make the song better from an instrumental standpoint.

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