Finished, Finé, Done by Hannah Bingman

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Written by Hannah Bingman Song Length: 3:02
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2005
Lyrics
I know I don’t belong here but where else can I go,
When every door I knock on seems to tell me “no?”
I was thrown a curveball that went right across the plate.
But when I’m up to bat you know, I just swing away.

I’ve got a couple choices left, meaning none.
I’ve got a few lives to live meaning one,
And then I’ll be finished, finé, done.

I’ve been talking to myself so long, now I can’t shut me up.
And I’m the worse listener, but I know it’s all I’ve got.
Still, I’d rather sing than talk any day of the week,
because I make more sense when I sing than when I speak.

I’ve got a couple choices left, meaning none.
I’ve got a few lives to live, meaning one,
and then I’ll be finished, finé, done.

The days just shed away like feathers.
I’m bare skinned before you know it.
So I bite my tongue and I hold my breath,
and try to make the most of this.

Well, I know I can’t complain but I can’t help myself.
If they want the best of me,
then they’ll get the worst as well.

I’ve got a couple choices left, meaning none.
I’ve got a few lives to live, meaning one,
and then I’ll be finished, finé, done
and then I’ll be finished, finé, done

Composition © 2005 Hannah Bingman

Song Info
Recorded in Winter and Spring 2005
in Lewisburg, PA

Produced by Hannah Bingman
and Kim Reichley
Engineered by Kim Reichley
Mastered by Bob Klotz
Original Release: 2005 on the album
Right, Right Now

Performers
Hannah Bingman
Guitars, Banjo, Vocals
Bruce Barr
Slide Acoustic

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