Earl.C.Webb

Earl.C.Webb

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Blues - Modern | Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 16,459   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 12/3/2020

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Song Description

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Story Behind the Song

Blinkered--Narrow Mindedness

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Nicely instrumented and well sung song with a message that more people should heed. Brings back memories of some of the really good music from around the 70's, but with a timeless feel to it.

    - MGB

I loved the vibe this song has. Love the story as well. The instrumentation was great too. The backing vocals made it even better. They were spaced appropriately. Great job.

    - Ladee V
Lyrics

DON'T IT DEPEND © Earl.C.Webb 2013-12-19


There was this land that used to be oh so peaceful
Where the good folks lived their lives so free
Then some cat came along and said this ain't your land
This is all mine now, this all belongs to me
And they fought about it, and they'll fight about it till the cows come home

What do you know?
Cause' things just ain't that simple
You see everything as black and white
Wrong is wrong and right is right
Day is always day and night is night
So tell me your truth
Give me your proof
Show me how you're so right and I'm so wrong
Don't it depend which side of the road you're standing on?

From where you stand, you see a man with nothing to give
You see somebody who lost it all, who got no further to fall
Who's even lost the will to live
From where I am, I can only look up
So I look up and what do I see? I see a hand; I see a hand reaching out to me

What do you know?
Cause' things just ain't that simple
You see everything as black and white
Wrong is wrong and right is right
Day is always day and night is night
So tell me your truth
Give me your proof
Show me how you're so right and I'm so wrong
Don't it depend which side of the road you're standing on?

Song Length
5:20
Genres
Blues - General, R & B - Soul
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits Earl.C.Webb
Music Credits Earl.C.Webb
Producer Credits Earl.C.Webb
Performance Credits Earl.C.Webb