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This is the first song I wrote since my return from Cambodia/Vietnam.
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Your harmless face, could stand here and watch me dissappear?
Oh my, don't think I could stand to watch this one go.
Once or twice, wouldn't it be nice to spend just a day or two, just to be here with you
should you, make it clear, thats what mostly I fear.
I find it hard to play that card.
When times not my side.
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Uploaded: Jan 21, 2007 - 01:03:21 AM
Last Updated: Jan 21, 2007 - 01:03:21 AM Last Played: Jan 03, 2019 - 04:55:46 AM
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composerclark said 4475 days ago (January 21st, 2007)
Mysterious
Very good job here. I really like the mystery of the lyrics, the sparse/simple accompaniment and the singing. There's a mid-high frequency hum that you may want to get rid of... it's the kind of sound you sometimes get when you don't use a pre-amp for the mike.

A thought I had about the ending is to (a) not repeat that last line ("Once or twice..."), and when you get to "just to be here with you" have the voice alone, without instrumental accompaniment, and maybe with reverb boosted on the last word.

Just a thought. Great song, though!
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Reinholt56 said 4474 days ago (January 21st, 2007)
An enjoyable song....
I really enjoyed listening to this song for the main reason that the vocals were not sung as I expected them to be sung. The phrases were spaced in such a way that the music was complimented by them.

IMHO unusual, but unusual GOOD!!

The musical accompaniment was excellent.

R.
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DrToasty said 4474 days ago (January 21st, 2007)
yay!
Thanks reinholt

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said 4474 days ago (January 21st, 2007)
allright
You are making strides. I realy dont pick apart music and on this one I wont. It has a very good feel The kind of song that when ou buy the cd you play that one song over and over, it has that quality realy good job. Check out artist like citizen cope this song has that kind of sound with out all the blues
Morning Light said 4474 days ago (January 21st, 2007)
Thankyou Doc........
your song is timely.......exquisitely expressed......thankyou. Morning Light
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emersonl said 4473 days ago (January 23rd, 2007)
YES YES YES!!!!!
oh glory!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
soooooocatchy.
Tetsujin said 4451 days ago (February 14th, 2007)
Hmmm...
Very Bowie-esque (& not in a bad way;-)
I find the drums a bit irritating, though - not that I could really think of anything specific I'd have done with them instead, but they just sound stilted, holding up the flow of the piece rather than complementing it.
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thoddi said 4449 days ago (February 15th, 2007)
Time is on your side
This is a great tune. Tasty piano and a genius simple arrangement. You have a good voice, and seems very good for this song. I agree about the Bowie-esque comment. At first I wondered if it was a smart move to repeat the piano hook in the solo guitar. But it gives a stronger image of the hook-line, and now you have made me sing it...:)
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Feter said 4065 days ago (March 5th, 2008)
for a while !
i loved the keys here ...very sorrow ..
nice singing as well .was waitin for the lead
guitar to come and it came real in time full
with passions ...KUDOS !!
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