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Love Is What We Seek


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A simple little song that I wanted to sound like Bob Dylan's "One Too Many Mornings". But of course it actually sounds like me.

Artwork is a painting by Lambert Sustris that hangs in the Lourve in France.
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Lyrics
Love is a word that's been misused
Love is a word that's been abused
Love is what we all seek

Two hearts that beat as one
Physical improbability
You can't know me and I can't know you
We are prisoners of our own insecurity

I know that I love you
You know that you love me too
So why can't we live with each other

No one knows where it comes from
No one knows wherre it goes
Love is what we all seek

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Plays: 267
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Uploaded: Jul 20, 2005 - 09:55:02 AM
Last Updated: Jul 20, 2005 - 09:29:59 AM Last Played: Apr 09, 2017 - 01:51:18 PM
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Hardware:
Alvarez/Yari Acoustic Guitar
Flinthill Resophonic Guitar
Jambone Harmonica
Software:
Garageband
Comments
Tom Atwood said 4413 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Sweet piece
Listening to this makes me think that this is what is really
wonderful about this website. Creations like this one
made in Texas. Such a sweet, heartfelt, lovely tune.
Beautiful harp and slide. Pure bronco.

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bronco said 4413 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Sweet piece
And thank you for those heartfelt remarks.
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mandolinquent said 4413 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
I've always loved that voice
... and at its most sweet, weary and vulnerable on this
song. I want to steal your Dobro too. It's sounding great.
Another lovely song, Tom.
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bronco said 4413 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
I've always loved that voice
Thank you William. The dobro is progressing at least enough for fills but still
a long ways to go to be able to say I can really play it.
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stevel said 4413 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Lovely tune
Really nice...sounds like you are playing on your porch as
the sun goes down. The vocals have a vunerability which
is really effective...nice guitar and dobro work.
Steve
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bronco said 4413 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Lovely tune
Thanks Steve! Very nice comments made me feel good. Appreciate it. It is
hard to make my type voice sound vulnerable or sweet but the secret I found
is to record when you are so tired you are barely able to sing.
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Dead End said 4413 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Peaceful
Great vocals and instrumentation, I got lost listening to it.
Love it.
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bronco said 4413 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Peaceful
Glad you guys could get into it. Thanks for listening.
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Peter Greenstone said 4413 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Thanks
Thanks for giving us another real nice tune to hear. Love is
always a subject to sing about no matter how it's treating
you. I really enjoyed this. The lonely harmonica and slide
guitar are excellent touches and your heartfelt singing is
comforting.

I guess we do abuse the word "love", much as we do the
word "hate".
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bronco said 4412 days ago (July 21st, 2005)
Thanks
Thanks Peter! If life is what happens between birth and death then love must
be what happens between reason and insanity. Sometimes it works and
sometimes it doesn't.
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thetiler said 4412 days ago (July 21st, 2005)
Like that slide
Like that Flinthill Resophonic Guitar slide.
Nice folk tune. The fingerpicking goes very well with the
tune.
Good trademark bronco singing!

NIce lovely tune!
Thanks for sharing!
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Jim Bouchard said 4412 days ago (July 21st, 2005)
So straighforward
This is really great. Vocal is solid, and the harmonica and dobro accents are really tasteful. I don't hear "One Too Many Mornings" in this too much, just Bronco, and that's a good thing.
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bronco said 4410 days ago (July 23rd, 2005)
So straighforward
Thanks Jim. Yeah, it always turns out to be all me. I was just saying that
sometimes I start out with a certain sound in mine which might influence it
some but I'm not really trying to sound like someone else. In this case, I think
the quietness of the vocal and harmonica were influenced by the
Dylan song.
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said 4411 days ago (July 22nd, 2005)
cool
Hey B,
what a cool little tune, totally love the slide
and harmonica.
Simply and pretty, heartfelt vocals to go with it.
I likes it like that.

Cheers
bronco said 4410 days ago (July 23rd, 2005)
cool
Thank you sir, you are obviously a scholar and a gentleman.
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MowMeDown said 4407 days ago (July 27th, 2005)
Love is a ditty
The best way to sing about love is in little ditties. And ones that admit how little we know are the best kind. You capture a live feel, which is not easy. Nice. I enjoy the way you move along that fingerboard.
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bronco said 4406 days ago (July 27th, 2005)
Love is a ditty
Thanks for listening. Love is mysterious beyond our means to comprehend
but as the song says we still want it.
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zendog said 4407 days ago (July 27th, 2005)
Nicely done
It's got a real emotional intimacy that comes from your
voice, the guitar and the harp. Really liked that slide. Like
the simple nature, the recording style. Not easy to do this
and have it come out sounding this good. And there's just
no way to get away from yourself. Good thing, too.
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bronco said 4406 days ago (July 27th, 2005)
Nicely done
Thanks zendog! You are very astute in that you touched upon another one of
my theme's over the years which is you can't run away from love or yourself.
In another of my song's "I'm Just A Man" there is a chorus which goes, "Some
people they just don't understand. You can't live your life by sticking your
head in the sand. You can run but you just can't ever hide. It's like being on a
crazy roller coaster ride." And believe me I have tried sticking my head in the
sand on more than one occasion.
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said 4232 days ago (January 17th, 2006)
mmm...
nice guitar and harmonica playing, but the words...mmm...are quite interesting and thought-provoking...perhaps I am too naive or ideal, but I don't understand why some people can't think and feel beyond what is physical...why must "physical improbability" occlude the heart from the feelings of love and the mind from believing?...true love endures even if it remains unrequited...of course, it may ail the feeble physical frame of man, but one should take solace in knowing that his heart and mind are pure, selfless and free from the "physical improbability"...love because you want to but don't try to seek it or its justification in the physical world
bronco said 4231 days ago (January 18th, 2006)
mmm...
Well, I think we aren't too different on this. This, in my mind at least, was a
song about people not respecting love but taking it too lightly and turning it
into a cliche! Yes, you can have love without two hearts physically beating in
rhythm to each other. That was my point, that people use physical metaphors
and cliche's to describe something which is of the spirit and metaphysical. It
is a sad fact that it is hard for two people who do exist on the physical plane
to connect at a deeper level.
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