Michael Wayne Avery

Michael Wayne Avery

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Rock - Classic | Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,095   
Member Since: 2014
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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11

Broadjam Member Reviews

I like the groove of this song. It kind of reminds me of a Jack White song. I like the use of the horns. The guitar work is really good. It also had nice tone. The arrangement was right on. Nice tune, keep it up.

    - Signal 30

immediate fun sound soon as it begins. straight away you know this will be a fun bluesy number.
liked the lyrics and style. good performance
enjoyable little tune. old skool style and fun.

    - Tristyn
Lyrics

Home and Here to Stay
(Dan Anderson)

Hold your horses brother
For me there is no other
My darling girl is home and here to stay
She's with me every night
Things are going to be all right
My darling girl is home and here to stay

We'll go under cover
I tell you boys I love her
It's no small trick just keeping those hounds at bay
She can leave them crying
There can be no denying
My darling girl is home and here to stay

Home and here to stay
Where do I begin?
Once a year she takes a break so we can start all over again

Solo

We'll go under cover
I tell you boys I love her
My darling girl is home and here to stay
She's with me every night
Things are going to be all right
My darling girl is home and here to stay

Home and here to stay
Where do I begin?
Once a year she takes a break so we can start all over again

We'll go under cover
I tell you boys I love her
My darling girl is home and here to stay
My darling girl is home and here to stay

© 2010 Daniel John Anderson All Rights Reserved

Song Length
3:01
Genres
Blues - Traditional, Jazz - Swing
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Delighted, In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Long, Dysfunctional Relations

Similar Artists
Bobby Bland, Van Morrison
Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits Dan Anderson
Music Credits 10 'til 11
Producer Credits Michael Wayne Avery
Publisher Credits Dan Anderson
Performance Credits 10 'till 11
Label Credits Dust & Static