Classic Rock & Folk Music by The Holt Twins & TwinSister
Dorothy
 
Lyrics
Dorothy- words and music by Linda Holt C1985 (dedicated to Joe Gravenstine, Joe Egan, and Tom McDonough)
Chorus:Oh Dorothy, are you still confused? Did you get(find) what you came for when you clicked those heels(shoes)?
1) The wind took you and it blew you away. You lost control, your head began to sway. Hold on, hold on, hold on to your dreams.
You came down to earth, landed with a thud. Your sanity's gone, your head feels like sludge. Hang on, hang on, hang on to your mind.
2) Walkin' down that road, lookin' for relief. Sat upon a rock, rested your feet.
There, there, there, you're not alone. One then two, two, no there's three, they're smilin' at you,
Say don't you look sweet, but you're hard, hard, hard, sad, and bruised.
Bridge: Don't worry, they won't hurt you. They were sent here to help you from the man above.
3) So you let them come in and four began to talk. You soon felt so good, no need for that walk.
Not alone, 'cause they walked with you. Not alone, they were meant to be with you.
4) So keep on smilin' now, laugh a little more. The wound is still there, but the pain you can ignore. Thanks to three good men,
Your new friends. Thanks, thanks, thanks, and I love you. Smile on, smile on, smile on, your star's still shinin'.
Credits
Lyrics Credits: Linda Holt
Music Credits: Linda Holt
Producer Credits: Holt Twins
Performance Credits: TwinSister
Description
Short Song Description:
This is a song about a grieving girl who met some new friends that cheered her up and helped to lift her back up.
Story Behind the Song:
When our Pop-Pop was dying, Linda disappeared one weekend and went to the campground where he took us all the time- while there she met 3 wonderful friends who cheered her up and helped her with her grief- and that's why this song was created- if you were to meet these 3 friends, you would be able to tell which one is the scarecrow, the tinman, and the lion....thank you guys for helping my sister & inspiring a great song!
p.s. This song won us The "Best Rock Band" Award in The 2014 Indie Music Channel Awards
Metadata
Song Length: 5:41
Primary Genre: Rock-Classic
Secondary Genre: -
Tempo: Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal: Female Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Sadness
Subject Matter 2: Friendship
Mood 1: Cheerless
Mood 2: Welcoming
Similar Artist 1: Heart
Language: English
Era: 1980 - 1989
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