Jamie McDell - Something More Lyrics
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    Something More

    [Verse 1]
    I'd give anythin' for my mama to be happy
    With how her life turned out
    For my sister to stay clean, finally find out what it means
    To have her feet on solid ground
    Well, I was seventeen when they drove out of the city
    To reach the countryside
    A cage, just forest green, dandelions, and olive trees
    A perfect place for them to hide

    [Chorus]
    Oh, and I never felt the need to tell you all the things that make me sad
    Oh no, I never felt the need to weigh you down with times that make me mad
    But sometimes, it hurts so bad
    Mm

    [Verse 2]
    I can still recall the knock on my bedroom door
    And the great hammer to his pride
    Sittin' right there on my bed, held his tears and hung his head
    And couldn't look me in the eye
    Guess he knew how much I made every time the dumb song played
    I clipped the ticket, I suppose
    And it hurt him all the same
    Still a father, still ashamed to ask his daughter for a loan

    [Chorus]
    Oh, and I never felt the need to tell you all the things that make me sad
    Oh no, I never felt the need to weigh you down with times that make me mad
    But sometimes, it hurts so bad
    Mm

    [Outro]
    And the truth is, I'm terrified
    So why do we feel small for our losses?
    For the things that make us part of somethin' more?

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