Jeff Ashbaker

Jeff Ashbaker

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Folk - Country | California, United States
Total Song Plays: 11,453   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 8/22/2019

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I liked this from the first note...not hard to write a review for a song that grabs you from the first .....love the harmony...loved! loved! this song...vocal smooth flows into you, well done.

    - Delta Burnett Reed

I thing most of the instruments were very well played, I liked the acoustic guitar most, and the harmonies with the vocals. The lead vocalist had a nice voice that had a great tone in general that I really liked.

    - Emma VanDyk
Lyrics

Which and When
©Jeffrey C. Ashbaker 9-2013

If I had another story, I could sing it just as well
A dark symbolic allegory, of heaven or of hell
So when you listen in the moment, you might think that it was true
And if you claim it, you might own it, as the words come back to you

---Chorus---
So say hello or say goodbye
I guess the question's which and when
Do I keep the old fire burning
For a stranger or a friend
Oh Which and When
Oh Which and When
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I've watched the sunrise blazing, raising my spirit with the light
And I've felt the days end sunset, enslave me to the night
So if you need a revelation, how the hell can I explain
Even after transformation, dead and alive are not the same
--Repeat Chorus--
I come to town essential for the custom, expecting to be fed
I show respect among the living, by living on the edge
So just invite me to the party, if I can make it, I might show
And if you need a better reason, I guess the tide must ebb to flow
--Repeat Chorus--
-End-

Song Length
4:07
Genres
Folk - Contemporary, Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Troubled, Poignant

Subject Matter
Existence

Language
English

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