Andrew Neil

Andrew Neil

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Folk - Alternative | Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
Total Song Plays: 423   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 12/25/2020
   Sounds Like: Nirvana, Nick Drake

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Song Description

A short 2 minute but powerful song that deals with a struggle with mental illness....feelings of not belonging....drugs that hurt and how mental illness can hit or poor. The last line deals with stigma "stupid labels stupid labels". Very painful, to the point and truthful song. Written and recorded in his hospital room.

Story Behind the Song

Andrew Neil struggles with mental illness (depression and Bi-Polar) and is currently in a State Hospital. He spends his time writing and recording songs. This song "Alone" is about just that... the intense feeling of being alone in his struggle. in the last to poignant lines..."We" refers not only to him...but all who struggle with Mental illness. And add to that no one seems to understand. The song was written and recorded in Andrew's hospital room.

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"Alone" by: Andrew Neil, Feb 2015

I don't belong any more
I never did I never did I never did
This King Kong wanted no war
and So I hid so I hid so I Hid
Drugs I'm on make me sore
life of fables life of fables
right and wrong rich and poor
stupid labels stupid labels

Will someone let me know
which way to go
The only thing I know
is that we are all alone
we are all alone
we are all alone

Song Length
Folk - Alternative, Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Multiple Tempos
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Depressing, Poignant

Subject Matter
Loneliness, Sadness

Similar Artist
Bob Dylan
2000 and later

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