Marc S. Pate

Marc S. Pate

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Blues - Modern | Arcadia, Oklahoma, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,845   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: 7/16/2019

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Very nice laid back song. I would categorize it under jazz instead. The mix is awesome too.

    - Toni Fournier

This song reminds me of the cool stuff from the seventies like 'Summer Breeze.' Also kind of fits in with America and bands like that. The recording is seamless and well done. Sounds like a bunch of seasoned pros. Sounds like every one knows their parts well and have been doing this for some time now.

    - Jeff Cowhick
Lyrics

He always sits in the same old chair
And at every meal says the same old prayer
He doesn't move like he used to do
His thoughts are many, but his words are few

So tell me old man
What do you know
And tell me where have you been
And tell me old man what do you know
And where will you go
Old man

He often dreams though he's wide awake
About what God gives and what God takes
His once strong body now weathered and worn
His wrinkled expression sometimes looks forlorn

I've seen the good
I've seen the bad
I've gone where I needed to go
I hope I lent a hand and fulfilled the plan
I hope that grace will bring me back home
Time will tell

Song Length
4:35
Genres
Rock - Easy Listening, Country - Contemporary


Lyric Credits Marc S. Pate
Music Credits Marc S. Pate
Producer Credits Dave Copenhaver - Studio 7
Performance Credits Marc S. Pate-guitar/vocals, Dave Copenhaver-bass, Dennis Borycki-keyboards, Steve Short-drums