Bob Birthisel

Bob Birthisel

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Country - Rock | Lynchburg, Virginia, United States
Total Song Plays: 974   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 11/25/2020
   Sounds Like: John Mayer, The Eagles

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Song Description

Hauntingly-beautiful and intentionally sparse, this is a melancholy look back at a relationship that wasn't meant to be. Wistful and romantic, the song has a dreamlike retrospective quality.

Story Behind the Song

This is the ethereal, extended "intro only" version of my song That's One Thing (You Don't Understand About Me)

Broadjam Member Reviews

Excellent voice and a very good job of singing! Your vocal is recorded well and choice of reverb is spot on. At 1:53 minutes it really doesnt' need anything more. Loved it!

    - Kevin Winkel

Here is a song that is short on time but long on love and deep in feeling. The intro sets up the song with a smooth, anticipatory groove that is pleasing to the ears. Nice guitar sound. When the vocal comes in, it melds beautifully with the instruments. The clarity and quality of the vocal is remarkable. Great recording technique and production.

    - Kate Carpenter

Wouldn't it be somethin', if I could have your love again?
Wouldn't that be somethin' to see?
When it's been a long time.
Has it been such a long time you've forgotten
all the things we had together?
Oooh it makes me sad,
Looking back on days of greener pastures with you.
With you.

Song Length
New Age - Contemporary, New Age - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Poignant, Peaceful

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Regret

Similar Artists
The Alan Parsons Project, Kenny Loggins
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Music Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Producer Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Publisher Credits Worldwide Birthisel Publishing (ASCAP)