Chris Ford

Chris Ford

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Blues - Rock | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 557   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 4/2/2020

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Plays:

52

Song Description

Slow sad Blues on a Rainy Day...how can you go wrong? - "Teardrops from Heaven? No, No, No, its laughter from the devil's eyes..." says it all. Great musicians, and with a fantastic Blues harp solo to really set the mood.

Story Behind the Song

A man is missing his woman, who has left him, and he can't get over it. Then, he is forgiving upon her return, and hopeful she'll stay this time,

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Broadjam Member Reviews

clean recording and good strong harp tone
a good blues tunes. nice drum track too...

    - Lonnie G

Solid well performed blues in an Albert King sort of style, nice harmonica work, nothing out of place. Solid.

    - Jeff Maguire
Lyrics

Rainy Days....Rainy Days. They seem to last so very long.
I can't get the sun to shine, when I got you on my mind.
You know it's been that way since you been gone.

Teardrops from heaven; No, No No. It's laughter from the Devil's eyes.
Watch me sittin' in my room, tryin' to chase away the gloom
night after night after night...
Rainy Days...

Verse: Instrumental

Rainy Days....Rainy Days. Don't put the hurt on me no more.
'cause I can see a ray of light, piercing through the dark of night.
as I watch you walkin' back through my door.

Come lay beside me baby. I'll forget about your wicked ways.
Pretending that your love is true, while I'm making love to you.
Hoping this time that you'll stay.
No more Rainy Days....

Song Length
3:22
Genre
Blues - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Gloomy

Subject Matter
Heartbreak, Making Up

Similar Artist
Buddy Guy
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

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Performance Credits Chris Ford (vocals), Tim Gonzalez (Blues Harp)