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Could it Be Tonight....



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Take no notice of my beating heart
It's all because of you that it might start
Passion in the summer, passion of an empty heart
And all the pain and envy don't linger anymore



Could it be tonight
Could it be myself
in a dream that's just come true
Is it any wonder, any number that could be
the difference between you and me


Don't separate a life that's just begun (oh-yeah)
You'll never notice me until you're gone (yeah)
Pushing in the CD's, want to live a different life
Yeah, and all this time you make me feel alive

Wan't to be by your side, wan't to leave in your heart...

Repeat CH x 2 ad lib to end.....

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Comments: 8
Fans: 4
Plays: 143
Downloads: 156
Votes: 5
Uploaded: Aug 01, 2007 - 02:11:54 PM
Last Updated: Aug 01, 2007 - 02:11:54 PM Last Played: Jun 01, 2019 - 04:27:54 PM
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ye olde 4-track Fostex 160 Mulitrack plus Midi sync track
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apb said 4338 days ago (August 1st, 2007)
Bugger all%u2122

.. has a hint of "Crowded House" in this, in the sweet
harmonies.. very cool. Loved this one, very 'you'
old bean. :o)
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apb said 4337 days ago (August 2nd, 2007)
the %u2122 should have been a 'trademark' symbol .. *doh*
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Moviz said 4338 days ago (August 1st, 2007)
Like this song. It has shades of 'Simply Red' and 'Holding back the years', style and soundwise don't you think? I prefer your vocals to them though and the guitar solo is terrific. Nice song and sound and good harmonies too, cheers M
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BranDaMan said 4338 days ago (August 1st, 2007)
really solid song all around. Great guitar work! I also like your vocals. Good work on this. I look forward to hearing more.
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said 4337 days ago (August 2nd, 2007)
Like it
A lot :D) this is a very lovely and enjoyable song.
Thanks for sharing.

Take care
TobinMueller said 4337 days ago (August 2nd, 2007)
Taking notice
Solid writing, nice vocals. Combining rock vocals with a pop tune and arrangement stylings. The guitar solo is a bit too soft, I think, and could use more bottom to round out the buzzy feel of it, but its cool and should be highlighted a bit more. Solid track.
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steck said 4337 days ago (August 2nd, 2007)
Thanks for the feedback guys.

Back in those pre digital days, I usually devoted one track of my 4 track as a sync track to midi up my sampler/keys. Clearly compared to these days, there was a limit as to what could be produced in a low budget home set up back then.

I decided with this track to include this on a CD-r compilation I did a few years ago of stuff that I recorded/had recorded over the last two decades.

Since the uploads thus far have all been well received, I'll *keep 'em coming*


I actually know some of the people involved in Creative Commons and its great to use a CC licence at the likes of MJ to let musicians make their work widely and freely available whilst maintaining Copyright of their work. I must tell them about MJ next time I'm in touch with them !!!
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saymme said 4102 days ago (March 24th, 2008)
I like the lyrics alot, i'm not so used to lissening to this kind of Music -You have different styles I like that !! tx
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Pop music is a music genre that developed from the mid-1950s as a softer alternative to rock 'n' roll and later to rock music. It has a focus on commercial recording, often orientated towards a youth market, usually through the medium of relatively s

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