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Crows in the Snow


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Hickling_Stan

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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I found this track on the end of a back up CD recently and have no idea where the master files went so this is the only copy. Thought I'd get it up here so it has a home somewhere on the net. Written and recorded around 10 years ago with good friend Nick Waine who provided the tasteful electric guitar.A metaphor song for someone I used to know....enough said!
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Lyrics
Crows in the Snow
Would I feel better when you told me?
What you have to say
Would you feel better
For letting me know

Watching the crows in the snow
Oblivious to the cars
At the side of the road
Content in their own cold world

How can I call you a friend?
You only work in two dimensions
It’s depth you never reveal

Crows in the Snow
Crows in the snow
You’re life in black and white
You’re just a crow in the snow

And I really don’t seek
Entertainment or wealth
Most of the time
I can live with myself
But there’s a rage inside
Forcing it’s way through my tear ducts.
© Mark Spruce/Nick Waine 2007
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Comments: 9
Fans: 12
Plays: 28
Downloads: 4
Votes: 0
Uploaded: Apr 08, 2018 - 07:08:22 AM
Last Updated: Apr 08, 2018 - 07:08:22 AM Last Played: Oct 07, 2018 - 02:03:41 PM
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Comments
Daugrin said 192 days ago (April 8th, 2018)
Dead Certain
A ballad form and well played. The vocals are compelling. Crows are an interesting peg to hang things on, the smart birds get credit for being evil for the simple act of following armies around...

Daug
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DWL said 192 days ago (April 8th, 2018)
Enough said indeed!
Sounds like an "interesting" friendship.

You don't pull any punches.

This has got nice raw feel about it and I'd be interested to hear how you'd do it now.

Cheers

Dick


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grah3am said 189 days ago (April 11th, 2018)
Strangely restful
Considering the content. I like the song and the arrangement serves it well.
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PeterB7858 said 183 days ago (April 16th, 2018)
Crows in the Snow
Well put together. Interesting song, too. Nice hook in the chorus. The extra vocal on the last verse second time round was unexpected but gave the some a nice lift at that point. Tasty outro solo. Thanks, Mark.
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Calchas said 183 days ago (April 17th, 2018)
Guitar grabbed me
from the get-go. Lovely sound!

Very nice folk tune bro!
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jimmyrus said 180 days ago (April 19th, 2018)
Nice ballad
Very nice ballad, listening on a cold evening, cool chorus, like how the guitar comes in after the chorus. Thanks!
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XMaramena said 146 days ago (May 24th, 2018)
awesome
nice natural sound, lyrics that make you think. enjoyed :)
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J.A.Stewart said 146 days ago (May 24th, 2018)
Intimate
Great-sounding intimate and uncluttered performance and recording of a pensive perspective. A lesson learned?
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Mike_Lynn said 54 days ago (August 24th, 2018)
Cool Song
A bit dark but it's awesome & enjoyable.
Brilliant guitarwork, outstanding vocal & harmonies.

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Artist Info
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Name: Mark and formerly Steve
Location: Leicestershire United Kingdom
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Hickling Stan started as Steve and I back in 2007. We had a great creative 5 years writing songs together, posting on here and playing live in the East Midlands.I moved away south in 2013 and let MJ lie dormant for a few years until the muse came bac... [see more]

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Genre Info
Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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