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I'm Just A Man


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bronco

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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An acoustic guitar country blues number. This is a repost of one of my earliest posts. I have used au and eq to try and lessen room noise and make vocal clearer. I deleted a percussion track and moved the bass down in volume in the mix. This song is one of my favorites that I have written and used to be a staple when I played live.
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Lyrics
I'm just a man, you know it's true
I'm just a man that's in love with you
So darling why don't you love me too

Just relax and take your time
Just relax and have a mighty fine time
And darling why don't you love me too

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

Wake up and look around
Smell that coffee it's special ground
And darling I'll grind some just for you

Play your music and make me sing
Walk with a wiggle and shake that thing
And darling why don't you love me too

Repeat chorus
Song Stats
Hits: 3877
Comments: 20
Fans: 2
Plays: 389
Downloads: 167
Votes: 14
Uploaded: Oct 25, 2005 - 08:17:52 PM
Last Updated: Nov 15, 2005 - 08:38:28 PM Last Played: May 10, 2017 - 01:55:24 AM
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Hardware:
Alvarez-Yari acoustic guitar
Shure SM-58 mic
M-Audio USB interface
Software:
GB
Comments
thetiler said 4430 days ago (October 25th, 2005)
at first I heard a little doors lick
Now I am hearing a kinks Lazin on a Sunday Afternoon abit.

This very enjoyable to me bronco!.

You seem to be getting a better sound bronco. The guitar is coming out
cleaner to my ears. Your singin is really fun to hear bronco. Keep this up,
your riching higher ground musically.

Good going!!
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bronco said 4428 days ago (October 28th, 2005)
at first I heard a little doors lick
Astute ears Bill! The Door's lick is hammering on an open G to G# in an open
E chord. The bridge is built around a C#m which is probably where you are
hearing the Kinks. Thanks for listening!
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stevel said 4430 days ago (October 26th, 2005)
Another great Bronco song
Nice intimate acoustic performance...good clear sound, both guitar and
vocals come across really well in the mix.
Good one!
Steve
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bronco said 4427 days ago (October 28th, 2005)
Another great Bronco song
Thanks Steve! I think I'm getting better at twisting the knobs and presenting a
clearer sound if nothing else.
Check out my latest song called Satisfied Mind
said 4429 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
The Essential Bronco
You render a believable story here. Relaxed and melodious. I like your
style! Very approachable lyrics.
bronco said 4427 days ago (October 29th, 2005)
The Essential Bronco
Thanks Richard! This is a fairly simple tune but fun to play on guitar and it
get's a good response live.
Check out my latest song called Satisfied Mind
selters said 4428 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
Love the way it starts
When i hear guitarplay like this you have sold the track to me alredy! I think this still should be among your favourites :). Your voice reminds of someone i cant really tell, (maybe a country version of Jim morrisons voice?). your playing is so amazing!! wish I could play like that..... Keep up the good work!
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bronco said 4427 days ago (October 29th, 2005)
Love the way it starts
Nice compliments, thanks Selters! My voice has been compared to Jim
Morrison's before and I was a big Door's fan. Some other's say Johnny Cash.
Probably somewhere in between there I guess.
Check out my latest song called Satisfied Mind
Peter Greenstone said 4428 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
even better
I like the remix. Sounds a lot better than I remember the original
sounding. This is such a fun love song with charm and humor. I'd rather
hear it end proper on a last slow E chord strum than the fade but that's
just a minor nit. I like this tune a lot.
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bronco said 4427 days ago (October 29th, 2005)
even better
Thanks Peter! The song is too short for a fade and I think that was more an
accident of recording than planning. However, haven't you ever heard a song
where you thought a fade ending was appropriate and worked? I can think of
some Allman Brothers, Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, etc. where I thought that type
of ending really worked well and added to my enjoyment of the song.
Check out my latest song called Satisfied Mind
Peter Greenstone said 4426 days ago (October 29th, 2005)
even better
I totally agree; some songs really end nicely with a fade-out.
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FEEL said 4428 days ago (October 27th, 2005)
Nice progression and feel
Great tune. I"m sorry I missed it before. The guitar is great and your
voice is right on.
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bronco said 4427 days ago (October 29th, 2005)
Nice progression and feel
Thanks John! I have a song in mind for us to collaborate on. I just need to
find the time to get a good recording to send you.
Check out my latest song called Satisfied Mind
Rebsie said 4428 days ago (October 28th, 2005)
Haven't heard this one before ...
Lovely laid-back jangly guitar with some nice flourishes, and of course
your warm and heartfelt vocal style. I think I agree with Peter that a
final chord rather than the fadeout might give it a sweeter ending, but
it's a very nice song!
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bronco said 4426 days ago (October 29th, 2005)
Haven't heard this one before ...
Appreciate the visit to the bronco musical homestead Rebsie! Sit down, take
your shoes off while you listen to the music. In a few minutes we will be
having tea but it will be Luzianne iced tea with a splash of lime juice. Would
you like one or two sugars with that?
Check out my latest song called Satisfied Mind
dwwave said 4427 days ago (October 28th, 2005)
Excellent Guitar Playing
Tom/Bronco

Very nice piece, really enjoyed the guitar playing, Alvarez-Yari's have
a magnificant sound especially when played but a great player.

NIce laid back song, excellent production work there too!
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Joanna said 4426 days ago (October 30th, 2005)
So much talent
I adore what you do with a guitar. This is such a lovely, old-fashioned
(and I mean that in a complimentary way, as I adore old-fashioned)
song. There's so much honesty in your voice. Wonderful song, Bronco.
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Paul_T said 4425 days ago (October 31st, 2005)
Sit back on the porch swing
. . . and drink some lemonade! This is sweet!

Sounds like a song that could've been written it the 20s! I could definitely
hear Bessie Smith singing this one. Or Billie Holiday. Or even Leon
Redbone! Great playing!

The lyrics don't try too hard, but they don't need to!
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whispering said 4401 days ago (November 23rd, 2005)
pleasant song to listen too
A very nice song. The voice is matching the guitar and is not just on top
of the music. A very pleasant song to listen too.
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renecalvo said 4325 days ago (February 7th, 2006)
Nice thing
Good picking.
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Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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