Edward McBride

Edward McBride is a new and gifted lyricist. He brings his unique perspective on the topics relevant to today in his writing.
Provocative, irreverent and unexpected, many of his lyrics are perfect for avant-garde melodies. He also writes lighter fare - perfect for pop, romantic and lyrical ballads.

 

#43 Suchergebnisse

This song is about the fear of any woman leaving a physically violent and mentally cruel relationship and continues to be abused. She should leave after the first time,however she finally reaches her breaking point and leaves.
This song is about a young couple who appear to be in love, however, she remains uncertain as he looks at other girls and she thinks he could walk away. She get's a lot of looks from guys but does not tease them. She would be very upset if they broke up.
This song is about appreciating and enjoying the time spent away from work,especially Sunday mornings with your partner. Curled up in bed, no alarm clock and relaxed mood put's you in the "let's make love zone"
This song is about three momentous events in the life of a woman: getting married, giving birth and her death. At her side is someone who supports her. This person reminds her, in spite of her fear, to be brave and move forward. And that every event in one's life has its time.
This song is about the relationship between today's black youth and the police in the USA. This young guy is not an upstanding citizen but does not deserve this outcome and ironically he does not carry a gun. Notwithstanding that the police have a very difficult job to do.