Greg Lambert

Greg Lambert

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Country - Americana | Tampa, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 28,021   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: 10/15/2019

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Poignant, current and a good topic that needs to be addressed. Very good production, arrangement and mix. If it was my song, I would explore increasing the tempo about 10 bpms. I think there is too much time between phrases in the verse, especially the first and second line of the song. Increasing the tempo would help or maybe add some syllables. If I was the producer considering for an artist, I would ask for a re-write if the tempo remained the same. I love topic and believe the story could be developed. With that said, it might really improve the song by just increasing the tempo. Hope this helps! Roy

    - Roy Elkins

another masterful work from a great songwriter - this time addressing the tears and fears of those facing an unforgiving border.

    - Peter G Olach - PGO
Lyrics

North Of The Rio Grande
c2019 Greg Lambert

There's a frightened child in a woman's arms
Trapped in a caravan
The fare is steep, and the river is deep
On the way to the promised land

Chorus

The sun goes down on another day
In a fractured, weary land
Politicians scream, coyotes howl
North of the Rio Grand

There's a frightened child in a stranger's care
While her mother stays behind
The smuggler's bill is paid in full
In a land that's slowly dying

Chorus

Instrumental

Chorus

Song Length
3:50
Genres
Country - Americana, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Greg Lambert
Music Credits Greg Lambert
Producer Credits Railroad Trax Productions
Publisher Credits Famous Faces Music
Performance Credits Phillip Moore
Label Credits Sunday best Records