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Made You Look (Again)

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I found this tune that I had redone about a month ago... thought I'd post it here. This tune is way out of my comfort zone. For the last 4 or 5 months I've been writing mainly musical theatre tunes. Thought I'd try and do something a little different and this was it.

I had posted this tune in a different version a while ago... though it never felt right to me. This version, I feel, is much improved.
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Don't look now, your burning desire
Has burst into an uncontrolled fire

Don't look now, you've been paying double
And your last step was a step into trouble

Run away but I made you look
Hide your eyes but I made you look
and I knew you would
now you can't unsee what you have seen
and dream the dream without it understood

Don't look now, you took the wrong exit
Forget the map, cause there's no way to fix it

Don't look now, the miles are plenty
And your stuck cause your gas tank is empty

Don't look now, your paint job is peeling
And you forgot the cracks on the ceiling

Don't look now, the faucet is leaking
And when you walk the floor boards are creaking.

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Uploaded: Feb 25, 2005 - 07:33:31 AM
Last Updated: Feb 25, 2005 - 09:03:35 AM Last Played: Jul 06, 2019 - 04:37:29 AM
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Rebsie said 5258 days ago (February 25th, 2005)
Nice one
I like the proggy keyboard solo very much - in fact all
the instrumental sections are excellent. I think the
vocals could be made to stand out a little more ...
they are slightly drowned by the guitar ... otherwise
very nice.
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giovanni said 5258 days ago (February 25th, 2005)
Nice one
Thanks for the feedback! I mixed it soo many times it all started to blur together. Hmmm... I think the last thing I did was raise the guitar level! Oh well!
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aclarke said 5258 days ago (February 25th, 2005)
This is out of your comfort zone?
I agree the keyboard solo was very cool. As far as the mix
goes I agree the vocals could be more dominant... that
doesn't mean I'd reduce the levels on the other tracks,

Nice song... I really like the fade out with the bass. What
was the scratching sound?
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giovanni said 5258 days ago (February 25th, 2005)
This is out of your comfort zone?
Don't tell anyone but the keyboard solo is my favorite part! Sssshhhh!
Thanks for the comments... the scratch is a GB loop...
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thetiler said 5258 days ago (February 25th, 2005)
This has a nice rock feel
O gosh a contractors nightmare :)

The words sounds like remodeling contractor running into

Lots of nice guitar funk.

When I pick I like to use a medium too:)

So when people comment on a nice pic, it has a double
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jschultz76 said 5257 days ago (February 26th, 2005)
some nice funk. i feel like i need to put on my dad's
platform shoes and head for the disco.
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TobinMueller said 5253 days ago (March 2nd, 2005)
Reminds me of paisley and bellbottoms. I can see the
music video, guys with headbands running around a
colorful slum neighborhood, running into strange old
people and police around every turn. Alternating between
singing verses and looking surprised into the camera. Full
of fun. Loved that vintage organ.
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