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I love you all! Welcome aboard my love train!

Playing most instruments excpet using a few loops on this one for once (fell in love with the flute sample)... :)


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welcome aboard the love train

here we go again
another station new friends
toot-toot says the train
toot-toot says the train
welcome aboard this love machine
welcome to dream
welcome to this love train
welcome to feel
this train runs by heart
it truly loves the earth
this train is always free
jump on yourself and see
all the colors and all the sounds
all the smiles and all the fun
all the lovin' and all the people
when this train starts to run

love is like a train: toot-toot
endless stations without names: toot-toot
love is like a train: toot-toot
we always move because we can't stay

here we go again
another city another crowd
toot-toot from shouting people
toot-toot from the crowd
love is in the air tonight
love is in the air
we are happy people
from town to town
we are happy all the time
train moves slowly
train moves fast
people dancing
people chant:


© MKN05

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Hits: 5060
Comments: 8
Fans: 4
Plays: 363
Downloads: 226
Votes: 8
Uploaded: Oct 18, 2005 - 09:04:21 AM
Last Updated: Oct 18, 2005 - 08:03:05 AM Last Played: Jun 15, 2019 - 04:27:37 PM
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Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Microphone
country john said 5023 days ago (October 18th, 2005)
toot toot . . .
2 of my favourite words ! . .

nice one mikki . . .

your growing with every post . . .

enveloping all styles but retaining your own sound . . .

you're a star

i'll stop in now and then to listen to your stuff . . .


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mikkinylund said 5023 days ago (October 18th, 2005)
Two of my favorites too!
Thanks you John. Comments from people like you means a lot &
everything! Peace brother and have a safe trip!

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lot249 said 5023 days ago (October 18th, 2005)
Wes Anderson would dig
I listened to this a couple of times, and its very enjoyable and quirky.
I totally see it in a Wes Anderson film.......

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jgurner said 5022 days ago (October 19th, 2005)
Very funky
It's got that great 70s funky groove down pat. Yet another different sound
from your increasingly diverse bag of tricks. The chorus is very catchy.
Excellent production. This one is a lot of fun and you're right, that flute
sample is awesome. An instant favorite.
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FEEL said 5018 days ago (October 24th, 2005)
Way cool
this is really refreshing. Loved the piano and the flute. Motown bass is right on. Thanks for sharing.
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JOAN said 5012 days ago (October 30th, 2005)
you are correct the flute is catchy... boy this one really grows on you!!!!! excellent
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massa said 4177 days ago (February 11th, 2008)
Flute Loop
very cool song.. immediately liked the groove, lyrics and everything else on the track. Amazing work and idea. The flute loop is very catchy indeed but you really made it happen.. BTW, where do you get loops like these? Do you know a good free site? :) I just bought my first Mac and i'm learing to use GB. Your song really inspired me. Rgds!
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peterms said 2645 days ago (April 23rd, 2012)
enjoyed this alot.
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Name: Mikki
Location: Brooklyn NY USA
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