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Trying to keep it simple with just a couple of guitar tracks (OK, 3), one vocal track, bass and drums. Dedicated to my wife. After 40 years and 4 kids, she still looks great…
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Take Me There

I know a place where we could run away
And leave the nightmares far behind
Feel the passion for just one day
Live the life we couldn't find

Come on and take me there

She comes down and takes me through the wood
Sunlight filters through the leaves
We keep silent now, that’s understood
The sent of flowers fills the breeze

Why don’t you take me there
Come on and take me there
Come on and take me there
Come on and take me there

Take me where we’ll never be found
I’ll crawl with you like a snake on the ground
I swear to God I won’t make a sound
Cause this is where I know I belong

I feel the heat when I am close to you
Taste the salt upon your skin
I feel more love than I ever knew
I’m higher than I’ve ever been

Why don’t you take me there
Come on and take me there
Come on and take me there
Come on and take me there
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Hits: 4529
Comments: 6
Fans: 1
Plays: 215
Downloads: 130
Votes: 13
Uploaded: Jan 31, 2005 - 09:16:42 AM
Last Updated: Jan 31, 2005 - 12:02:15 AM Last Played: May 15, 2019 - 10:12:10 PM
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Hardware:
PB 1.25GHz 1 GB, Rode NT1-A Condenser Microphone, MOTU 828mkII Audio Interface, Squire Strat, Peavey Bass
Software:
GB 1.1 & 2.0, MIDI Drum Loops (modified) & 1 AIFF drum loop
Comments
Rebsie said 5372 days ago (January 31st, 2005)
Lovely song
I really like the guitar sounds, and the way you've
combined them so they enhance one another. There's
a strong rocky riff and a vocal full of pathos, which is
a lovely contrast. Full of energy and vibrancy. It
sounds just a little trebly on my speakers ... the bass
doesn't sound very deep - but it might just be my
speakers. Great song. And a beautiful gift for your
wife.
Check out my latest song called Amongst The Colours (w/ Luna Trick)
aclarke said 5371 days ago (January 31st, 2005)
A song for the right reason
It is very cool that you dedicated this to your wife. I've
noticed you tend to write about things that are personal
or that you take personally (Raise Up Your Hearts and I
Lied being other examples).

Excellent production and best use of the word snake in a
love song I have ever heard! I look forward to your next
song!
Check out my latest song called Right on Time 2014- feat. David McNair
hacked_to_pieces said 5371 days ago (February 1st, 2005)
Cool
classic rock vibe nice vocals. Good song JimmyMac
I will listen again at home then cast my vote.
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Z293 said 5362 days ago (February 9th, 2005)
Great voice and song.
I read your bio, good luck recording that CD in the future
and thanks for stopping by my songs.
Check out my latest song called La Pavillon
said 5362 days ago (February 10th, 2005)
Excellent Song, Jimmy
Only thing I might suggest is to punch up the choruses a
bit ... double the vocal maybe, raise the guitar a bit ? Not
sure how best to add a little more umph.
Syncopatient said 5358 days ago (February 14th, 2005)
Rockin song dude
Like the guitars! Your voice is great here too...I hear some
background vocals in my head as that chorus is goin. 40
years is something to sing about and I'm sure glad you
posted it here. Good job.
Check out my latest song called Jazz Praise
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I used to play bass in a three-piece New Wave band back in the 80's. I quit to stay in college when we started to travel. Twenty years later, I'm back at it. I'm self-taught for the most part, but I do hang around with real musicians from time... [see more]

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The terms alternative rock and alternative music[1] were coined in the early 1980s to describe punk rock-inspired music genres which didn't fit into the mainstream genres of the time. At times it was used as catch-all phrase for rock music from under

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