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Country Blues Ballad
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It's a dark day might start raining
Roof's leaking but I ain't complaining
There's a long road and it's dusty
You ain't here so it must be
My fate to sit and wait

It's a long drive to your mamma's flat
I'm guessing that's where your at
There's a bus pass I could use
Take a couple hours to get to you
But I can't get back on my feet

Why do I make you cry
Why do I leave your heart in pieces
How do we fix where we're at
When you're away from me
I feel like I'm dyin'
Come on back to me one more time
For one last try

It's morning sun's a-rising
Got what I deserve I'm surmising
There's a bottle of whiskey on the counter
There's an empty heart beating louder
Gonna face up to your tears

Chorus x 2
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Comments: 4
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Uploaded: Sep 09, 2008 - 01:17:13 PM
Last Updated: Jan 22, 2009 - 03:30:03 AM Last Played: Jun 25, 2019 - 08:57:22 PM
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Feter said 3968 days ago (September 9th, 2008)
One Last Try
Great song my friend ... loved the light guitar tone
your setting totaly classic ..your voice just perfect
for this folk rock track ...nice lyrics ...nice
to find your music here ...thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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BlueDarkness said 3966 days ago (September 11th, 2008)
Virgin Territory
Yeah, this is virgin territory for me. It's the first song I've posted. Thanks for the kind words, it's very encouraging.
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ceilidh said 3967 days ago (September 9th, 2008)
A very, very nice song. Truly a LOVELY melody. The vocals might seem to me a little to loud in compering with instruments. Adore the electric guitar in it, makes it so different. Somehow reminds me of 80', don't know why. And that exactly makes me emotional.
A great song.
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BlueDarkness said 3966 days ago (September 11th, 2008)
Thank you

The hardest part is deciding how hot the vocal should be in the mix.

This is a demo , I sang the vocal. I need a better singer to hit this one out of the park. I'll post it again when I get the vocal redone.
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sloparts said 3263 days ago (August 15th, 2010)
One of you best, so far
But I can only see that changing as your talents start to shine through. Of the 3 I've listened to so far, this is the best produced. Great lyrics and the melody really works good in this one. The band is right in the pocket and sounds like they are doing exactly what the should do, support the singer and the song. Also some really nice harmonies in this.

It's just a great song BD

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TobinMueller said 3261 days ago (August 17th, 2010)
I like the acoustic guitar groove, the straight ahead minimal drums. Thought the organ could be boosted, and maybe the second guitar lead too. Be careful about pitchy singing when you reach for higher notes. Otherwise, the simple way you are singing, no frills, honest, relax, works really well on this tune.
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All songs produced, written, performed, recorded, mixed, and engineered by Blue Darkness. BD plays Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Bass, Drum Programming/midi-drawing, Keys, Percussion, Lead and Backing Vocals in a home studio powered by an Intel duo... [see more]

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Country music, also called country and western music or country-western, is an amalgam of popular musical forms developed in the Southern United States, with roots in traditional folk music, Celtic Music, Blues, Gospel music, and Old-time music. Howe

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