Miss You | Scott Wilburn

Scott xray 19
Liner notes

A gal that used to work for me had a son in Iraq, who was supposed to come home on leave. She had been very worried about him, and when he failed to make it home, she was crushed. I wrote this song during the time she was wondering if he was EVER coming home.

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About the artist

Scott Wilburn is an artist and musician living in Sandpoint Idaho. Born in the fifties, having come of age during the turbulent sixties, and grown to adulthood in the seventies, began recording in the eighties, produced his first CDs in the nineties, and still writing and recording into the new millennium, his song writing reflects a wide variety of influences, with bits of electric blues, piano ballads, acoustic songs, heavy metal riffs, synth pop, and country rock jams all rolled into an improbable mix that defies most attempts at catagorization. A veritable one-man band, Scott writes the music & lyrics and plays most of the instruments on most of his songs, with cameo appearances by his many talented friends. His goal is that "no two songs sound alike".


***Miss you
©2005 Scott Wilburn
I miss you every day
ever since you went away
Nothing I can find
will ease the pain that’s in my mind
I want to see your face... someplace, somehow.

Now you say you can’t come home
And I wait here all alone
Nothing I can find
will ease the pain that’s in my mind
I keep hanging on... but it’s been so long, so long

Sunlight shines in your shadow
raindrops fall in your memory
Silence thunders around me
echoing down the hall, silent pictures on the wall

Wednesday afternoon
you said you’re coming soon
But Wednesday’s come and gone
but I keep hanging on.... it’s been so long, so long