Michael Wayne Avery

Michael Wayne Avery

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

Profile    Songs    Albums    Videos    Photos    Comments    Connections    Endorsements   

Sign up for Broadjam today to follow Michael Wayne Avery, and be notified when they upload new stuff or update their news!

Previous  |   1  2   |  Next
Previous  |   1  2   |  Next
Plays:

15

Broadjam Member Reviews

This was a strange one, all the different sounds and different things you did in the song keep me interested til the end....

    - Delta Burnett Reed

i like the melody and folk/rock quality. good writing structure.

    - Warren Hein
Lyrics

The Wombat Song
(Words and Music by Michael W. Avery/ Jamie Dodson)

A wombat hangs above the candle sitting in the middle of a yellow, covered table
From his tail ring is tied a string, he spins and grins and dreams when he is able

It goes on and on
And it goes on and on, in "Babble-on"

He wonders as he ponders the lace curtains that are hanging in the basement
When the lights go out, he hangs in doubt and hopes for a replacement

It goes on and on
And it goes on and on, in "Babble-on"

Where are you going Ashim?
I'm going to the Bootie Store
Where are you going obscene Ashim?
I'm watching you. Am I watching you? I am

It goes on and on
And it goes on and on, in "Babble-on"

A tisket, a tasket, take a question from the basket
A ticket, attack it, listen to the racket

It goes on and on
And it goes on and on, in "Babble-on"

A wombat hangs above the candle sitting in the middle of a yellow, covered table
From his tail ring is tied a string, he spins and grins and dreams when he is able
He dreams when he is able
He dreams when he is able


© 2005 Michael W. Avery
All Rights Reserved

Song Length
4:42
Genres
Folk - Alternative, Country - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Cheerful, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Celebration, Wild Animals

Similar Artists
Burl Ives, The Monkees
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Michael Wayne Avery
Music Credits Michael Wayne Avery
Producer Credits Michael Wayne Avery
Publisher Credits Michael Wayne Avery
Performance Credits Michael Wayne Avery
Label Credits Dust & Static