DenaLet Me Go
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Tuesday, October 16, 2007 3:27:29 PM
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Tuesday, October 16, 2007 3:50:22 PM
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Written and Arranged by Jeff DaBella and Dena

Let Me Go

Can you wipe your eyes
Boy I had you fooled
Hope it's not rude
It's not that I don't care
Lets be honest here
If I'm being fair

Before you get hurt
Something you must learn
I'm not your girl
Wish I could help
I'm with someone else
And we're doing well

Sorry this is kinda rough
With me you won't have much luck

Let me go
Hit the road
Let me go
You say hello
I say no
Let me go

It was like a chore when we kissed before
I felt nothing more
You don't have my time
I live a busy life
You'll be just fine

Promise that I'm not the one
With someone else you'll have more fun

Let me go
Hit the road
Let me go
You say hello
I say no
Just let it go
You need to know
It's not a joke
You've gotta go
Let me go
Hit the road
Come on let me go

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Song Comments

International IMP Artists
ENDICOTT, NY – Acclaimed local singer / songwriter Dena will perform at the Endicott Performing Arts Center on Saturday, September 22, celebrating the release of her new, full-length CD, ‘Mirror.’ ‘Mirror’ promises to be a high-impact work as it contains Dena’s new, contemporary version of the timeless, world-wide smash single “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,” which was written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin and became a #1 hit on Billboard’s Top 100 in 1961. The song has been ranked at #125 in Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Tim

Dena has been dedicated to studying her craft and honing her skills for more than 14 years: since the age of 4, when she began professional instruction. She has performed regionally at such events and venues as Spiediefest ’06, the Broome County Arena, NYSEG Stadium, Rec Park Music Fest, and the Magic City Music Hall. Dena recorded and released her first work, an EP titled “The Way You Look at Me,” with Mansion Audio in the spring of 2006. The EP’s first-pressing was sold-out in less than 4 months.

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