Bradford Loomis

Bradford Loomis

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Folk - Americana | Snohomish, Washington, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,700   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: The Civil Wars, Steve Earle

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Song Description

Catchy, driving and upbeat folk/pop song about love. Male and female duet about love being more important than money.

Story Behind the Song

A poor boy meets a working class girl and though they don't have much wealth, they have all they need, love.

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Lyrics

Banner Days

I might be a poor mans son but I,
I've got love running rich in my blood
I may seem to be worse for the wear,
But our, our banner days are here


I'm here to take you home, I
Sold everything I own
I, I may never have much to my name
Oh but I'll give you everything


I might be a sailor's daughter
Just as easy to tame as the water
I may be more ruddy than fair
But our, our banner days are here


I'm here to take you home, I
Sold everything I own
I, I may never have much to my name
Oh but I'll give you everything
You know that I'll give you everything


Might get tough, Could get crazy
You, you, me and our pockets of empty
But we're alive and it might as well be that, our
Our Banner Days are here


Our Banner Days are here, Our Banner Days are here, Our Banner Days are Oh

Take you home, I'll take you home, take you home



© Beth Whitney Music & Bradford Loomis Music 2013

Song Length
2:46
Genres
Folk - Rock, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Duet Male/Female
Moods
Ecstatic, Charming

Subject Matter
Falling in Love, General

Similar Artists
Of Monsters and Men, Nickel Creek
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Bradford Loomis & Beth Whitney
Music Credits Bradford Loomis & Beth Whitney
Producer Credits Brandon Bee
Publisher Credits Bradford Loomis & Beth Whitney
Performance Credits Bradford Loomis & Beth Whitney