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Secretly Famous

Secretly Famous

  • By Sam Conjerti
  • Release 06/12/2005
  • Music Genre Folk
  • Media Format CD
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Price: £6.39

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Nadya is a song about a 'girl in the store crush' and making the first move. Call is a situation where one is reluctant to make the first move. Black And White tells of one reflecting on a love letter that turns out to be quite contrary to the actual relationship. Miranda tells a story of a musician who headed of to the west coast in search of a dream only to realize the dreams that meant the most were the ones he left behind. Can he get them back? You Were Telling Me Lies tells of the realization that a relationship was full of lies. The trust was broken, it's over now. Sloan Girl is a song about a past love that was so much a part of one that it would'nt go away. Many, many, years of searching for what you know will complete you. Should you let it go, can you? Wednesday Is Forever is the sequel to 'Sloan Girl' What could be if that search was successful. Could the love have really survived all the lost years? Words I Never Said is a fatal attraction situation where one twists things to be what they are not and actually believes them to be true. Wrong To Judge You is an instrumental with a 'Maybe I was wrong to judge you, but anyway I did' attitude.

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Artist: Sam Conjerti
Title: Secretly Famous
Genre: Folk
Release Date: 06/12/2005
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 634479209581
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