Heartfelt song about pieces left of a relationship that comfort yet remind of of a broken heart. Mostly female vocal and piano yet builds to a dynamic climax where full band comes in.Add to Playlist
R&B Pop Female vocal. Tough relationships has caused our girl to go “Sugar Free”Add to Playlist
Sweet female singer songwriter song about broken releationships. Soft Piano and vocal that expands into full production.Add to Playlist
A smooth and emotional female vocal that resembles a Martina McBride or Kelly Clarkson sound. This track feels like an upbeat ballad and speaks of a girl depending on the love of God. Perfect for a religious/spiritual scene.Add to Playlist
Warm, serene, female vocal over melancholy acoustic guitar, cello, and full band production ending with an epic instrumental build. The lyrics “If they only knew she cries herself to sleep” creates a story with thought provoking themes of hurt or depression.Add to Playlist
This track sounds like Avril Lavigne, Paramore. Talks of a relationship that started out promising but came to an upsetting end. The cliche of fairy tale relationships is a lyrical theme. This track begins very frail and innocent like a young girls heart and then builds into a female rock chorus with an emotional and hurt vocal.Add to Playlist
This song is characterized by its pop ballad piano and its modern vocal style. The drums pull this track to the rock world. Theme about a girl having a bad day but from the perspective of the observer/guy interested. Tone is empathetic,, sympathizing with this girl.Add to Playlist
Heartfelt pop song about a breakup that left each person “crushed” Appropriately defines any dramatic high school relationship that seems like the end of the world when it’s over. A few tears may have been shed for the inspiration of this song.Add to Playlist
Authentic 1950s recording..
In the style of “Bobby Bare” and “Ray Price”
The relationship is over, but wondering “What Did I Do” to make it happen.
Authentically recorded in the 1950s
In the style of “Bobby Darin” “Elvis Presley” and “Johnny Lidell”
A sincere ballad about lost love and heartbreak.
This song was authentically recorded in the 1950s.
Similar to Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly.
A lyric about a broken heart and bruised pride.
This track was authentically recorded in the 1950s. Transport the listener back to the golden era of such artist’s as “Jim Reeves,” “Johnny Lidell,” and “Ray Price.”
Longing to regain a lost love. Heartfelt and emotional.
2010’s Indie Rock meets British Invasion. Upbeat infectious ditty that would have Paul and Ringo joining in. She bop She bop. Lyrically this is no trite little song, but wrestles tongue in cheek with how we struggle with pain. “What’s with this game of pain, And why didn’t someone show me how to play”Add to Playlist
A med. slow solemn Coldplayish song about abortion. The coldness and numbness of life. “Chalk one up for abortion. It’s soaking in that this is everything. Your only freedom here is to leave it. It’s soaking in that this is everything…Add to Playlist