StewManCrew

StewManCrew

BandChristianSinger/Songwriter

STEWMANCREW Relevant lyrics, powerful music, passionate artists.

Biography

The founders of StewmanCrew are twin brothers Benjamin and Matthew Stewart. They both grew up in the Mid West near the Twin Cities, Minnesota. Emersed in musical/artistic environments since the age of five, their background includes musical theatre, acting classes, various musical instruments, Boy's Choirs, Chamber Choirs, visual art and multimedia experience.

They graduated with Bachelor's of Fine Arts degrees in Dance from the Juilliard School in New York City. Currently, they reside in San Francisco, CA where they're building their home music studio and slowly entering the world of music producing/engineering.

Chris Haughey is a Double Bass Major who also graduated from the Juilliard School. He is currently pursuing his Masters in Cincinatti, OH, and has a very strong musical background. Chris is also very skilled and passioniate about guitar.

Lyrics

Just Fine

Written By: Matthew R Stewart

Remember how the room was shakin'
Remember how the records played and
Everyone was havin' a great time, great time
Remember how the moon was shinin'
You holdin' your hand in mine an'
You and I were havin' a great time, great time

Life took hold, we both grew old
So the story goes

Where did we lose our love for all the simple things in life?
When did we start to think that everything was wrong,
When everything was just fine
It was just fine

Remember how you used to be?
Your manner of simplicity
You didn't have it all but it was just fine, just fine

You noticed everyone around you
My broken heart always found you
And in your arms it was just fine, just fine
Life took hold, we both grew old
So the story goes

Where did we lose our love for all the simple things in life?
When did we start to think everything was wrong, when everything was just fine
It was just fine

Rocked

Written By: Matthew R Stewart

Lights go out, can't be stopped
I'm about to get rocked and hit the bottom again
I've been so unimpressed with this life
I don't know, I don't know just where to begin
I need lows, I need highs, I need more in my life, I need more, if nothing else I need
Time to become who I'm trying to be
And maybe in time I hope that you'll see

It's still me, I'm still here
I'm still full of the same old fears
So rock me, please rock me to sleep tonight
And don't turn out the light

When did we start to run from the truth
Like we couldn't be found, like we're bulletproof?
Can't get enough out of life so we add what we like
But we still, but we still feel empty inside
But there must, yeah there must be some more
Where haven't I looked yet, where haven't I scored?

You know, yeah you know what to do
But you act, yeah you act like you don't have a clue
But it's all plain to see, yeah it's no mystery
But there's no going back and I'm so glad

I'm still me, I'm still here
I'm still full of the same old fears
So hold me, please hold me tonight
And don't turn out the light

Intermission

Written By: Matthew R Stewart

VERSE 1

Act One, the show hasn’t begun yet.

I make my way to the concession stand, I’ve made my plans, money in my hand
The man says, “$2.50 please,” I say, you know that this is water and it oughta be free.
He shakes his head and says he’s just doing his job right. He’s gonna rob pathetic people like me
all night long, but don’t hold the line up ‘cause that would be wrong...

Sittin’ in my seat I start to stretch my feet, I check the program out for somethin’ to read, there’s
Nothin’ but a bunch of drama, so I figure that I oughta drink my water since I brought it along

At the end of the isle people file in one by one, my plan’s been undone
Now I’m stuck here for the rest of the act, this curtain better go up and it better be fast

CHORUS
We're comin' to the climax, and it's gonna be great
We just gotta be patient, sit back, kill the time and wait
I regret to admit that I slipped outta line, when I said we should just kill time
'Cause we've got a job, and it's gotta be done, so help your neighbor and love someone
We’ve still got half the show, We've still got eternity to go

Verse 2

Act TWO, will begin when intermission is through.

The water’s takin’ affect so I decide to defect from my seat, I’m up on my feet.
I make my way to the men’s room, but there’s no room, but compared to the ladies’ room,
It’s soon. Thank goodness it’s still free, in America, where there’s no fee to
Relieve yourself of all this stress, but hurry up buddy ‘cause I’m a mess

CHORUS

VERSE 3

Act THREE, this show is longer than eternity

Standin’ on the sidewalk, I take a deep breath of fresh air
There’s rain fallin’ all around, and I smile as I run hands through my hair
Then I have this moment when somebody says
C2 D Em7 D
What would you do? What would you choose?
(5-6-7-8)
A shopping spree at 7-11, or eternity spent in heaven
Frozen food from the discount section, or prime steak from the top selection
Battery powered mini-tv or 70" LCD
A million dollars locked in a chest, or the only key to the printing press
(pause) Hold the winning lotto ticket, or know the secret way to pick it
Look and live a little better, or find out how to live forever

Hold on to the hope you first grabbed hold of
It gets so hard to hold on as you get older
Keep the faith and fight the good fight
Sing His praises day and night ‘cause
CHORUS

Seen The Light

Written By: Matthew R Stewart

I try to understand
But I don't know if I can
You think you see reality
But I'm a different man

CHORUS
I've seen the light of who I wanna be
In your eyes
I lost you once but don't run out on me
It feels like
All of the things I never said
All of the moments I let slip by
And turned my head
I've made mistakes
I can't escape what I've done

Lately I've come undone
You saved me from who I've become
You think you see reality
But I'm a different man

CHORUS

Set List

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