Should've Known Better

by Amber Snider

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Produced by Gawain Mathews, this single is a rockin' Americana tune about making mistakes and learning from them.

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Should've Known Better
Words and music by Amber Snider ©2000, Puddle Siren Music Publishing, ASCAP

Everyday I remind myself of what I believe
Or else my faith might escape me
All of the love in my heart has been locked away
And baby, you hold the key

I should've known better, I guess I never learn
I don't ever realize what I have until it's gone

Now It's taking all of the strength that I have…
Not to hold on.

I guess all along I've known it though I've tried hard to disown it
They were my own insecurities

But now I've come to realize after having said all of my goodbyes,
that you're they only one, that I'll ever need

Sweet memories there you go again sneaking up on me
like a long lost friend

I see your face everywhere but I can't find another like you anywhere
You're a ghost who keeps haunting me

I should've known better, I guess I never learn
I don't ever realize what I have until it's gone

Now it's taking all of the strength that I have…
Not to hold on. And try to move on.

credits

released December 9, 2013
"Should've Known Better"
Amber Snider - Vocals, Songwriter
Gawain Mathews - Production, Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Bass, Mandolin, B3 Hammond, Background Vocals
Diana Wallis - Background Vocals
Kyle Caprista - Drums

(c) 2013 Puddle Siren Music - www.ambersnider.com

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Amber Snider Vallejo, California

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IMA Nominated Artist "Best Folk/Singer-songwriter Album of 2016"
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Amber creates universal, high-energy, fun, yet reflective life stories through acoustic-electric music.

Her unique brand of folk-rock, country & blues can be summed up in just one word: "Amber-icana".
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