Muck and the Mires

Muck and the Mires

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Rock - Classic | Brookline, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 34   
Member Since: 2018
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Song Description

Strange Waves. That no one else can hear! Trippy, Catchy and fun tune bordering on mid 1960s British Invasion and Psychedelia. Features a harpsichord solo and organ played by Boston Red Sox organist Josh Kantor!

Story Behind the Song

After performing in from 1,200 people act a festival in Spain, I realized I forgot to wear hearing protection. Trying to get some sleep in time for the next night's show, the (temporary) ringing in my ears kept me awake inspiring "Strange Waves...I read them loud and clear...Strange Waves that no one else can hear"

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Lyrics

strange waves

I'm lying in my bed
but I just keep tossing about
The sheets pulled over my head
Just can't do a thing to tune them out

Srange waves
I read them loud and clear
strange waves
that no one else can hear


They appear at night
when nobody else is around
And I wish you were here
just so you could witness the sound


of those strange waves
I read them loud and clear
Strange waves
that no one else can hear



You should drop on by
just in time to catch them begin
But If I cant hear you knocking
you'll just have to let yourself in

Song Length
2:50
Genres
Rock - Psychedelic, Rock - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Blissful

Subject Matter
Sensation, Hear, Listening, Ears

Similar Artists
The Beatles, The Zombies
Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits Evan Shore
Music Credits Evan Shore
Producer Credits Jim Diamond
Publisher Credits 2018 Evan Shore Voodooful Music, ASCAP