paul sandberg

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Folk - Contemporary | Gardnerville, Nevada, United States
Total Song Plays: 281   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 12/25/2020

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Song Description

rock ballad about realizing too late that she was all important

Story Behind the Song

a rainy day - feeling listless - missing what was once in my hands, but still in my heart

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I loved the intro it had that folk rock feel and the voice had a distinctive Bob Dylan feel. However you nicely developed the arrangement and the song flowed into a contemporary rock ballad with a very pleasant hook and chorus. Very tight musicianship.

    - Geoff Martin Preston

Thank you for such an easy review. Great vocals and lyric content. Musicianship is great, no awkward moments or bad notes. Vocals are at pitch and the timbre of the voice is nice to listen to. Harmonies fit well. The drums are really nice, very good tone on them and played very well. The guitar solo at the end has a nice and very fitting tone. All the rhythm guitar work is right on.

    - Steven Furr

woke up and heard the rain coming down outside - start to another dreary day
I know somewhere else the sun is shining
it's never clear since you've gone away

day follows day - I feel so weary
need something more to get me through
it used to be life never got me down
it used to be that I had you

oh, now it seems there is no reason
just endless streams of empty words
no point reaching out for new tomorrows
it all seems so absurd

how the hell is it I never noticed
all you are to me
was I sleeping with my eyes open
how was it I could not see
A million questions - you are the answer
everything is all you are to me

Song Length
Rock - Classic, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter

1970 - 1979

Lyric Credits paul sandberg
Music Credits paul sandberg
Producer Credits paul sandberg
Publisher Credits tatsu tunes
Performance Credits paul sandberg on acoustic guitar,bass, keys, vocals - Rick Millward on lead and solo guitar