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A song i wrote a little while. waited until i got a new mic so i could record the vocals. i have. so here eet ees. (theres a great geetar solo at the end) hope you like eet.
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Why did you leave So suddenly?
We could have talked about it. We could have lived without it.
But You had to throw it away. Throw our dreams away to the wind.
Down the drain, our love went. But i still love you. I think i can change
I long to be, in your dreams again.
I live to be your man

Where did it go wrong? That night we first made love -at the end of our senior prom - till now, we were always in love. You seemed to want the same things i did. My friends told me you were not right for me. I said to them "your wrong". but were they right?
I long to be in your dreams again, i live to be your man.
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Uploaded: Oct 05, 2004 - 04:50:03 AM
Last Updated: Oct 02, 2004 - 06:12:38 PM Last Played: Jan 07, 2019 - 08:50:38 AM
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blamm said 5284 days ago (October 5th, 2004)
I like it.
The only suggestion I really have is to work on the mic track (not the actual vocals...you've got a great voice). When the mic comes in during the early parts, you can really hear the "room noise"...it's there the rest of the song too, but not as obvious. If you can't eliminate it, maybe fading in and out before and after the vocal tracks will make it a little less obvious. (If you get a chance, listen to Sarah McLachlan cover of the Beatles "Blackbird" on the "I am Sam" soundtrack. It has the same problem.)
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said 5284 days ago (October 5th, 2004)
The drums are lazy. They are late in several places.
Especially noticable in the roll in the chorus.

The choice for when to fade out seems a bit arbitrary.

Otherwise you got it pretty much right.
said 5284 days ago (October 5th, 2004)
Good grief
Well, you know what I mean. Grief at the departure of a
loved one, beautifully expressed. Excellent pacing. You
have a knack for drawing a long bow on these songs of
sorrow and angst. Voice a little flat in places but we'll let
that slide considering the emotional tenor of the song.

Love that new mic! I hope you fed the old one to the Loch
Ness monster.
obbster said 5283 days ago (October 6th, 2004)
Good grief
lol. I still have the mic. Think ill throw it out. Have no use for it anymore.

Thanks for your comments

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said 5283 days ago (October 6th, 2004)
Very beautiful song
and very well done. Nothing in this song is overdone, but
all of it just fits and is balanced with the other parts. Your
voice is very nice to listen to and through it you
communicate the feeling of the lyrics. Well done song.

TobinMueller said 5278 days ago (October 11th, 2004)
Solid tune
Solid tune. Nice and simply performed. Great choice of
sounds with a very nice build of layers, good drum sounds
altho the drums need different fills in places, they seem to
rush or hitch up the drive into certain measures. Nice
vocal performance, effects, feel.
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