Smokin Joe Pilloud

Smokin Joe Pilloud

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San Luis Obispo, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,561   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

Taking ones life

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Reminds me of Keb Mob, Mark Knopler and little like Lou Rawls. Love the saxophone solo. Love the message of the sound. The guitar work sets the mood of the song very well.The voice is perfect for this song. The sax in the solo section brought a surprise to my ear, "Ear Candy". Great lyrics, your choice of words drew me in. Man, being a drummer I love the beginning with the drum pattern that was played.

    - darryl redwood

Felt it was more rock or rock/country than jazz modern. But, that is simply my personal impression. The singer had an accomplished voice and delivery. I think the main lyric and message of the song was repeated strongly and conveyed, but could perhaps have some additional lyrics in support. Easy listening for driving, socialising and in hotels etc.

    - Bonfire
Lyrics


It's a Long hard Road
From First light Till your dead
It's a Long lonely road
Till your throughbred

But Don't know What You Got Till your gone
But Don't know What You Got Till your gone
And then your Gone Gone Gone
In the Blink of an eye

Sometimes your life is lonely
Sometimes your life is sad
Sometimes it drives you clean out of your mind
Sometimes you just go mad

But Don't know What You need Till your gone
But Don't know What You need Till your gone
And then your Gone Gone Gone
In the Blink of an eye
Solo Guitar
But Don't know What You Got Till your gone
But Don't know What You Got Till your gone
And then your Gone Gone Gone
In the Blink of an Eye
Bridge
I know everything Changes in this world
I know nobody gets out alive
Ohhh I cant say just why were here
All I know is everybody survives
We always survive



Well Life Goes on Like a turnin wheel
Life goes on It don't care how you feel
You don't know what you are till your gone
You don't know what you are till your gone
And your gone .......gone

Song Length
5:14
Genres
Blues - Modern, Blues - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


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Performance Credits Smokin Joe Pilloud
Label Credits City Boy