Bill Dake

Bill Dake

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Jazz - General | Bellevue, Washington, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,073   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: 12/1/2020

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Song Description

Saved by the muse.

Story Behind the Song

Somewhat autobiographical.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Song has an easy feel to it, with an expressive vocal.

    - Bob Birthisel

Definitely stands out. Did not sound like a typical song, very original, especially the sound of the instrumentation

    - Randall Mark

There was a cloud that followed me
It dogged my steps, it ran the show
A foggy, misty, empty sea
All kinda dreary, don't ya know
Had me on my way to ruin
Had me barkin' at the moon
Thought I was goin' Looney Toons

It didn't matter how I tried
Couldn't seem to read my lines
Was always driftin' with the tide
Not one to heed the warnin' signs
It was like I was caught in a typhoon
My life was blowin' past high noon
And I was truly Looney Toons

Should have asked to be committed
Would have saved some people grief
Life's not a suit that's simply fitted
Styles keep changin'
And time's a thief
That's for sure

Now, there's a muse that visits me
It whispers music, sweet and clear
In a language known to be
What this soul has longed to hear
No more preachin' doom and gloom
No more thoughts of padded rooms
No more goin'
Looney Toons

Song Length
Rock - Easy Listening, Jazz - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Sanity/Insanity, Change


Lyric Credits Bill Dake
Music Credits Bill Dake
Producer Credits Bill Dake
Publisher Credits Bill Dake:billdakemusic
Performance Credits Bill Dake
Label Credits None