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Mister


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lazyjane

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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Written By: Will Walton

Will Walton: Vocals, Electric Guitar (All)
Drew Crawford: Bass Guitar

Mix and Master By: Tommy Hellsten
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Lyrics
Cm G
Scattered in a pile, was the basis of trial
F Ebsus G
Given run to room, backward, but forward soon

Cm G
New to me, when none is the amount of times done
F Ebsus G
Yeah, but that’s the way I like, wait until the grass is high
Ebsus G
Move through with you beside... me


C G F G
Mister, do you mind, I seem to have lost the time, is evening here?
C G F G
Something in my eye, it took away my sight, but you I see clear... here


The flag was to the ground, red, facing down
I opened up the box, my efforts were all payed off

Assayed in my reply, b‘come numb from past time
But there, within a glance, all of the evidence
Breathe in and out, commence


Mister, do you mind, I seem to have lost the time, is evening here?

Something in my eye, it took away my sight, but you I see clear

Mister, did you cry, you must have teared an eye when I was not near

Pushed in my face, you took it all away, it then reappeared... here

(BREAK)

The people say you can’t, your response will be rant
It is impossible to fly for someone afraid of heights

But never mind those fools, who are anything but you
Still keep an eye for good, it comes with no likelihood
Never when thought it would

(CHORUS)
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Hits: 738
Comments: 7
Fans: 2
Plays: 42
Downloads: 42
Votes: 0
Uploaded: Nov 27, 2012 - 08:48:00 PM
Last Updated: Nov 27, 2012 - 08:48:00 PM Last Played: Jan 30, 2017 - 01:48:09 PM
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Comments
pablatone said 1846 days ago (November 28th, 2012)
cool
You guys have a unique sound. I like it. Thanks for sharing.
Check out my latest song called Thank You
lazyjane said 1844 days ago (November 30th, 2012)
Pablatone
Thank you very much, Pablatone, for taking the time to listen and comment. Much appreciated.
Check out my latest song called Ode To Us
PeterB7858 said 1845 days ago (November 29th, 2012)
Mister
Unique style, Will. And all the more welcome for it. You do a fine job on the vocals/guitars and Drew's bass is tasty. Fine song that sneaks up on you and gets inside your head. Enjoyed. Take care, Peter.
Check out my latest song called Losing You
lazyjane said 1844 days ago (November 30th, 2012)
PeterB7858
Thanks Peter. It is good to see you again. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
Check out my latest song called Ode To Us
VicDiesel said 1843 days ago (December 1st, 2012)
Mister
Very nice work. Good writing, and very subtle execution.

Intro is too long. Take a hint from the Beatles: just one chord. Or thereabouts. I was starting to think that this was a back track.
Check out my latest song called Monodrone
lazyjane said 1843 days ago (December 1st, 2012)
VicDiesel
Thank you for stopping by to listen and comment, VicDiesel. Much appreciated.
Check out my latest song called Ode To Us
Skean said 1816 days ago (December 28th, 2012)
Mister
This is unusual to hear, I'm glad I found it.
Thanks for sharing, downloaded.
Happy New Year, cheers
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Artist Info
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Name: Will Walton
Location: Waycross Georgia United States
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Lazy jane is a five-piece band stretching over three continents and four countries. Originally based out of the United States, in Waycross, Georgia, Lazy jane now represents Thailand, France and England. Our music ranges from Folk and Rock, to Countr... [see more]

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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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