Pray For You

From the Album Pray For You
November 17, 2009 | Format: MP3
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 17, 2009
  • Label: Jaronwood
  • Copyright: 2009 Jaronwood
  • Duration: 3:10 minutes
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  • ASIN: B002WYC1RM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

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Buy it, listen to it.
B. N. Baugher
When I got my heart destroyed by the woman I love I sought many ways to cure the pain.
Supes
This song's lyrics portray this songwriter's quick wit and great sense of humor.
R. Boyer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

This songs is both fun, wonderful and sincere. When I got my heart destroyed by the woman I love I sought many ways to cure the pain. I realized that while I thought I had God as number one, I had her and that was a bad move. I sought ways like I said, in booze, in talking, in sleeping, in overworking, in travelling, in finding temporary meantime girls, in support groups and on and on.

What I found often was that people, pastor, preachers, friends, co-workers, doctors they all said "Pray for this woman, she might have lied, cheated, stolen and destroyed your past and your future, but if you pray for her you'll be better. I tried that and I do pray for people, but you know sometimes a bit of humor and saying what we REALLY think is needed, because G-D knows I and every person I know who has had someone or something hurt them has thought that daggum SOB...and in the end this song is just saying what we think and I LOVE IT.

I am going to make a video to that ex, not because I still harbor ill feelings, but because it is funny. This song is awesome and that other song "Its a Good Thing" is kickin' too and not controversial or fun, but just loving on love.

"Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes." - Oscar Wilde
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Berry on November 20, 2009
This song is unbelievable! I heard it on the radio and had to buy it right away. One of the freshest/most entertaining songs I can remember hearing in a long time!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Boyer on November 20, 2009
This song's lyrics portray this songwriter's quick wit and great sense of humor. Clever makes a comeback! All intelligence is not lost. Clean, crisp and all around great vocals, too. This is one of those songs that will play on a loop in your head all day! I already can't stop singing it after only hearing it a few times! Also, don't get revenge, GET THIS SONG!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mellion108 VINE VOICE on December 15, 2009
I was flipping through the dial the other day when this song came on. After much rolling of eyes, I was just about to change the station again when that great chorus started. I sat there in disbelief for a second or two before bursting into laughter. Great song! These are the thoughts we've all had at one time or another about someone who done went and did us wrong. This will definitely hit the "msot played" category on my iPod.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. N. Baugher on November 25, 2009
How many love songs do we hear on the radio each day and skim over them because they lack orignality? Eventually, each one begins to sound like the other, all talking about a fairy tale kind of romance, which is nice to think about, but not realistic. What about when someone breaks your heart? How do you put those feelings of resentment and frustration into a song without being overly pessimistic, yet keeping your sense of humor? The song? "Pray for You" by Jaron and the Long Road to Love.
In "Pray for You", Jaron expresses the anger we all feel towards those crazy exes, while invoking a roar of laughter from his audience with phrases like "I pray a flower pot falls from a window sill/and knocks you in the head like I'd like to." By the end of the song, you'll want to pray for that special ex-someone in your life. Or not...you may be laughing too hard.
Buy it, listen to it. You won't regret it. Though the one you're praying for might.
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