Cellar Songs

Cellar Songs

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Rock - General | Dublin,Ireland, Ireland
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Member Since: 2001
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Song Description

wanting to join a busker on the streets of aberdeen but feeling too spoilt by large audiences and spot lights

Story Behind the Song

just on hols watching a busker and recognising my own inhibitions and/ or vanity

Lyrics

Aberdeen (Mc Donnell-Molloy)


Walked down Union Street, Aberdeen for some time.
Guitar in hand in case, in case I got the urge to play.
Listened to an old man with warm chords,
Dedicated to the north sea cold that bought the day.

Down on McComby lane, a pretender to the Mike Scott throne,
Singing, "Bring Em All In", take their money home".

Maybe I've been blinded,
This solar stature on the centre.
Leaving hearts static and contented
In the calm and the rage
The calm and the rage.

I know it's not for me
There's so much more I want to be.
The drive is alive
I'm afraid of this head on with humility.

Well he knew he had my appetite whet.
Called on me for a Celtic duet.
I could not join him for my own wall.

Ego intact and King Street bound.
Bid my farewell to the thermo-acoustic sound
And the old man the front-man for Marks and Sparks.

Maybe??????.

Song Length
4:00
Genre
Folk - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Poignant

Subject Matter
Arrogance
Similar Artist
Jan Hammer

Lyric Credits mcdonnel molloy
Music Credits mcdonnell molloy
Producer Credits sinnott
Performance Credits on album