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
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Story Behind the Song

Here is a story of a woman who wanted to make a change in her life, and did. This what happened when her dream came true.

Broadjam Member Reviews

a good fun rock and roll track in the vain of status quo and chass and dave.
liked the piano , joyful track

    - Tristyn

I liked your piano work a lot. It's a nice style.

The chorus melody is sticking in my head, and that's a good thing. I liked the arrangement. I'm not sure exactly what you used, but it sounded decent.

And I like your voice. It's very clean. You have a Brian Wilson thing going.

    - LightFinger
Lyrics

Walk On, Yvonne
(Words and Music by Michael W. Avery)

Yvonne is walking down the railroad track
She packed her bags and she's never coming back
She's leaving behind the life that used to be
To find a piece of heaven down by the sea

Walk on, Yvonne
Walk on, Yvonne
Until all those dull and dusty days are gone
All we need is a star to wish upon
And we could be in Myrtle Beach by Dawn

Yvonne found work before she could unpack
We got a one bedroom place and learned how to do the shag
The beach is jumping most every night of the week
Sweet Yvonne and I finally found our winning streak

Yvonne's ex, hillbilly Billy, tracked her down
And made some threats until Sheriff Hatfield came a round
Billy got too drunk and raised too much hell
Now Billy sits in the Horry County jail.

Walk on, Yvonne
Walk on, Yvonne
Until all those dull and dusty days are gone
All we need is a star to wish upon
And we could be in Myrtle Beach by Dawn



© 2011 Michael W. Avery
All Rights Reserved

Song Length
2:54
Genres
Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll, Blues - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Cheerful, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Karma, Fun

Similar Artists
Leon Russell, Jerry Lee Lewis
Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

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